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By Brandon E

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  1. Looking for advice for some good golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area.

  2. Guy W

    Guy W
    Statesville, NC

    Too many to list here. A lot is dependent on which end of town you are staying in and how much you are looking to spend on a round. From North Myrtle to Pawleys Island there are about 85 courses so there are plenty of excellent ones to choose from.
  3. Christopher G

    Christopher G
    Saugus MA

    Legends has 3 courses on site. You can also stay there, on site. Aside from the three courses at Legends, I’d recommend, Heritage, True Blue, Caledonia, Myrtle Beach National, and Oyster Bay. All nice tracks
  4. Tom P

    Tom P
    Stanley, NC

    I played these four last week: Wild Wing Avocet, Myrtlewood Pinehills, Myrtlewood Palmetto, and World Tour Golf Links. All were in very good condition. And we hit the jackpot on weather.....60 to high 70’s all four days. Myrtle Beach has something for everyone. Have fun.
  5. Really is dependent on which part of Myrtle Beach you are staying in. You can travel up and down the grand strand easily, but there are good courses to the north, south and middle to cut traffic down.

    In North Myrtle you can’t go wrong with Tidewater. It’s one of my favorites on the north side. Always in great shape, goes in and out of the marshland and is very scenic. I’ve played each of the barefoot courses, the Love and Dye courses are my favorite at that facility.

    In Central MB Myrtlewood is a hidden gem along the inter coastal waterway. Kings North is a fun course at MB National. I’m not a big fan of the international Golf Links. It is always in good shape but it falls flat as a tribute course. Definitely want to look into the Legends facility. Moorland is another favorite at Legends. It has some of the toughest greens in MB. You also get a meal and drink vouchers when you book so it cuts into the cost of the round.

    Down south towards Pawleys you have TPC Myrtle and Caledonia / True Blue. I enjoyed Pawleys Plantation a lot too when I’ve played down there.

    The only courses I’ve played and have been overly disappointed with have been the Wizard (mosquitos were horrible and untreated) and one more (can’t think of the name) down towards Pawleys but that was a few years back when the whole grand strand had problems with their greens.

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