Arcadian Shores Golf Club in Myrtle Beach recently earned an overall rating of 7.6 from reviewers at the Myrtle Beach Golf Insider, garnering particular recent praise for overall quality of this traditional Rees Jones design.
Conveniently located in the heart of Myrtle Beach’s famed Restaurant Row, Arcadian Shores offers a fun, challenging experience for any skill level of golfer. Distinctively contoured greens await you on this championship layout designed by renowned architect Rees Jones, featuring five sets of tees, natural lakes, tree-lined fairways and 64 well placed bunkers. Recognized by Golf Digest and Golf Magazine, Arcadian Shores features two holes, #2 and #13, that have received accolades in The Sun News “Dream 18” and hole #2 was named as one of the 18 best holes in the state of South Carolina by PGA.com.
Arrive early and warm up on the driving range and putting green after visiting the fully stocked pro shop. Wind down after your round with a cool beverage and a delicious sandwich in the Club Grill. Private and group lessons and clinics are available with Arcadian Shores’ staff PGA professionals.
9 by Jeff - 06/27/2015
Played with my son in the morning. Staff load my bags up and got me right out to number one. The greens were a little slow but not bad for my son and I. It was a great course for my son to learn on. He enjoyed #13 signature hole. Also pro shop was having a 50% off sale on shirts.
4 by Tony - 06/12/2015
I am part of a group that has been coming to Myrtle Beach for 38 years and have played Arcadian at least 20 times. I'm not sure what's happening here now but the conditions today were so bad that we told them we wouldn't be back.
We were told that they don't care about reviews these couple of weeks because they just airified their greens.
Let me tell you that for the money we paid it wasn't worth it. We've played Shaftesbury Glen twice already this week and it was amazing. As Usual. Don't waste your money playing Arcadian, we only played it because it's close to condo, that's not happening again.
7 by Chris - 05/25/2015
I called to make a tee time and was told by the person over the phone that it would be $49 per person but when arrived it was $60, didn't mind paying the 11 dollars but the greens were not in good shape with dead spots and ground hog tunnels other than that the fairways and tee boxes were in great shape. My group of six was told to start on the tenth tee, and once we met the starter he instructed us that we could all play together which i found odd but went and started on the tenth tee anyway. when we finished our first hole a man named Dan approached us yelling and cursing about how we aren't suppose to play together. I approached Dan to try and talk to him and tell him the starter told us to go out but all he would say is, "I don't know where you guys are from but we don't do this sh*t here" and "We never send six or even five out at a time, i will have you guys kicked out if this sh*t happens again". He also said we were not keeping pace even though when we got to hole 11 we had to wait for the golfers in front of us to finish, If Dan would have simply came up up to us and said the starter made a mistake and i need you guys to split up I would have been OK with it because I thought it was strange anyway. I have been golfing for three years now and this is by far the worst I have ever been treated, I also had a first time golfer with me who said he will not be golfing anymore because he thinks this is how golf courses treat there guests. I'm in the Myrtle area very often with friends and will not be returning to this course and I will not recommend this place to anyone.
10 by Ronald - 05/22/2015
Enjoyed playing this course, especially signature holes #2 and #13. Fairways were awesome. While the greens were transitioning they were in good shape and putted true. Sand in bunkers was soft and fringe was full. Cart paths may need a little work, but not a deal breaker for me. Staff was great. Recommend you play this course.
7 by Jase - 05/18/2015
Whilst the layout may be a little ordinary there was nothing ordinary about the greens. Some of the best we played on in our 2 week trip and should make other courses embarrassed when moaning about bad winters (Long Bay/True Blue).
10 by Jimmie - 04/26/2015
Pro shop is out of date. Booked a package at 4 different course. Best greens we played while in Myrtle Beach. Staff was really friendly.
5 by Panisse - 04/07/2015
My first experience here was great but my second left much to be desired. The young man at the pro shop needs some much needed customer service help. We arrived on time for our tee time but had to use the facilities since we were just coming in from a 4-hour trip. He said I need you on the course now. He was so rude. I explained to him that of course, I was not the one playing considering I had on a dress and sandals. He proceeded to pick up the walkie talkie and tell the other guy that the party was here but he didn't know where the bodies where. I had just told him that they went to use the facility. How rude. That sealed it for me. My family will never play here again. I am not a child and I resent being talked to like I was ignorant. You all have lost a customer for life.
4 by Brad - 04/05/2015
Not a bad course. Spoiled at 8:15 a.m. on hole #2 by the smartass ranger who asked if "I was color blind." Seriously, those were his first words as he stood over the fairway cart stake in the fairway as we finished putting. Apparently I exited the fairway in my cart behind the cart exit sign, but I traversed onto hardpan sand on the incorrect side of the green (20 yards from the nearest blade of grass). Had the course not been a goat track, I may have realized I was in an area where a cart should not be taken.
8 by James (Pickering, ON) - 12/03/2014
This year marks the 40th anniversary of a true Myrtle Beach golf original. Opened in 1974, the 6,800-yard, par-72 Arcadian Shores Golf Club has been a favorite of local and vacationing golfers alike, located almost directly at the midpoint of the 70-mile Grand Strand that spans parts of the North and South Carolina coasts and contains nearly 100 golf courses.
Located just a few miles north of Myrtle Beach, Arcadian Shores’ development is apparent – not just in the last four years, but the last 18 months. A handful of small renovations are making big differences.