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Beachwood Golf Club

Beachwood Golf Club

Opened in 1968 and designed by Gene Hamm, Beachwood has long been one of the best-value courses at the beach. Located in the middle of high-energy North Myrtle Beach, it is one of relatively few area golf courses unencumbered by housing in between any of its 18 holes. The course measures 6,844 yards from the longest of its four sets of tees, a par 72 with the standard configuration of five par fours, two par threes and two par fives on each side. The par fours on the course vary wider than do those of most golf courses, with the 327-yard seventh following the 425-yard sixth. 800-882-3420
1520 Highway 17 South North Myrtle Beach, SC
Rated 7.5/10 based on 97 customer reviews 10 0

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Beachwood Golf Club

Location is an integral part of what makes Beachwood Golf Club such an appealing option. The course is situated mere yards from Highway 17 in North Myrtle Beach, so it’s impossible to miss.

But there is much more to the course than being easy find. This classic layout – it opened in 1967 – is devoid of housing, allowing players to enjoy an undisturbed round of golf.

Beachwood is set on 180 acres and architect Gene Hamm took full advantage of the space. Beachwood’s fairways are as wide as any in the area and players that do miss the short grass won’t find themselves deep in a pine forest.

The experience at Beachwood is highlighted by the finish, as the 17th and 18th holes are among the layout’s best. The 17th – a shortish par 5 at 500 yards from the tips – gives every player a chance to score. The par 3 18th requires a strong finish, playing 199 yards from the white tees.

Beachwood is an outstanding choice to play on the first day of a Myrtle Beach golf trip, giving your group a chance to ease into things.

Golfers can expect to enjoy a fair course, a staff that takes Southern hospitality seriously, and a value-priced round of golf at Beachwood Golf Club. 

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Beachwood Golf Club,

Beachwood Golf Club

Opened in 1968 and designed by Gene Hamm, Beachwood has long been one of the best-value courses at the beach. Located in the middle of high-energy North Myrtle Beach, it is one of relatively few area golf courses unencumbered by housing in between any of its 18 holes. The course measures 6,844 yards from the longest of its four sets of tees, a par 72 with the standard configuration of five par fours, two par threes and two par fives on each side. The par fours on the course vary wider than do those of most golf courses, with the 327-yard seventh following the 425-yard sixth.
1520 Highway 17 South North Myrtle Beach, SC
800-882-3420
, 02/15/2017
7/ 10stars
Course has been around a long time & is showing it's age. Conditions were ok at best but you can play better conditioned course's for around the same money. Par 3's are strong on this course even from the Gold Tees. Staff was also very friendly.
by Ted - 02/15/2017
Course has been around a long time & is showing it's age. Conditions were ok at best but you can play better conditioned course's for around the same money. Par 3's are strong on this course even from the Gold Tees. Staff was also very friendly.
Beachwood Golf Club,

Beachwood Golf Club

Opened in 1968 and designed by Gene Hamm, Beachwood has long been one of the best-value courses at the beach. Located in the middle of high-energy North Myrtle Beach, it is one of relatively few area golf courses unencumbered by housing in between any of its 18 holes. The course measures 6,844 yards from the longest of its four sets of tees, a par 72 with the standard configuration of five par fours, two par threes and two par fives on each side. The par fours on the course vary wider than do those of most golf courses, with the 327-yard seventh following the 425-yard sixth.
1520 Highway 17 South North Myrtle Beach, SC
800-882-3420
, 01/29/2017
8/ 10stars
I have always liked this course. One of the old timers from Myrtle Beach. This year greens and tee boxes are good, but fairways are a bit sparse. I was told that they over seeded, but had problems with either the product or Hurricane Mathew--not sure which. Like many of the course here in MB, their cart paths could use some repair.
by MBGolfer - 01/29/2017
I have always liked this course. One of the old timers from Myrtle Beach. This year greens and tee boxes are good, but fairways are a bit sparse. I was told that they over seeded, but had problems with either the product or Hurricane Mathew--not sure which. Like many of the course here in MB, their cart paths could use some repair.
Beachwood Golf Club,

Beachwood Golf Club

Opened in 1968 and designed by Gene Hamm, Beachwood has long been one of the best-value courses at the beach. Located in the middle of high-energy North Myrtle Beach, it is one of relatively few area golf courses unencumbered by housing in between any of its 18 holes. The course measures 6,844 yards from the longest of its four sets of tees, a par 72 with the standard configuration of five par fours, two par threes and two par fives on each side. The par fours on the course vary wider than do those of most golf courses, with the 327-yard seventh following the 425-yard sixth.
1520 Highway 17 South North Myrtle Beach, SC
800-882-3420
, 11/23/2016
5/ 10stars
Greens were good.
by Ron (High Point, NC) - 11/23/2016
Greens were good.
Beachwood Golf Club,

Beachwood Golf Club

Opened in 1968 and designed by Gene Hamm, Beachwood has long been one of the best-value courses at the beach. Located in the middle of high-energy North Myrtle Beach, it is one of relatively few area golf courses unencumbered by housing in between any of its 18 holes. The course measures 6,844 yards from the longest of its four sets of tees, a par 72 with the standard configuration of five par fours, two par threes and two par fives on each side. The par fours on the course vary wider than do those of most golf courses, with the 327-yard seventh following the 425-yard sixth.
1520 Highway 17 South North Myrtle Beach, SC
800-882-3420
, 11/14/2016
8/ 10stars
(Liked the) location
by Mike (Boone, NC) - 11/14/2016
(Liked the) location
Beachwood Golf Club,

Beachwood Golf Club

Opened in 1968 and designed by Gene Hamm, Beachwood has long been one of the best-value courses at the beach. Located in the middle of high-energy North Myrtle Beach, it is one of relatively few area golf courses unencumbered by housing in between any of its 18 holes. The course measures 6,844 yards from the longest of its four sets of tees, a par 72 with the standard configuration of five par fours, two par threes and two par fives on each side. The par fours on the course vary wider than do those of most golf courses, with the 327-yard seventh following the 425-yard sixth.
1520 Highway 17 South North Myrtle Beach, SC
800-882-3420
, 11/10/2016
6/ 10stars
Greens were shaggy.
by Phil (Williamston, NC) - 11/10/2016
Greens were shaggy.
Beachwood Golf Club,

Beachwood Golf Club

Opened in 1968 and designed by Gene Hamm, Beachwood has long been one of the best-value courses at the beach. Located in the middle of high-energy North Myrtle Beach, it is one of relatively few area golf courses unencumbered by housing in between any of its 18 holes. The course measures 6,844 yards from the longest of its four sets of tees, a par 72 with the standard configuration of five par fours, two par threes and two par fives on each side. The par fours on the course vary wider than do those of most golf courses, with the 327-yard seventh following the 425-yard sixth.
1520 Highway 17 South North Myrtle Beach, SC
800-882-3420
, 07/07/2016
8/ 10stars
(Would like to have known prior to play) that you have to carry your clubs down to range, no carts allowed.
by Keith (Lexington, NC) - 07/07/2016
(Would like to have known prior to play) that you have to carry your clubs down to range, no carts allowed.
Beachwood Golf Club,

Beachwood Golf Club

Opened in 1968 and designed by Gene Hamm, Beachwood has long been one of the best-value courses at the beach. Located in the middle of high-energy North Myrtle Beach, it is one of relatively few area golf courses unencumbered by housing in between any of its 18 holes. The course measures 6,844 yards from the longest of its four sets of tees, a par 72 with the standard configuration of five par fours, two par threes and two par fives on each side. The par fours on the course vary wider than do those of most golf courses, with the 327-yard seventh following the 425-yard sixth.
1520 Highway 17 South North Myrtle Beach, SC
800-882-3420
, 05/28/2016
8/ 10stars
Golfing with my son for his birthday was awesome.
by James (Minooka, IL) - 05/28/2016
Golfing with my son for his birthday was awesome.
Beachwood Golf Club,

Beachwood Golf Club

Opened in 1968 and designed by Gene Hamm, Beachwood has long been one of the best-value courses at the beach. Located in the middle of high-energy North Myrtle Beach, it is one of relatively few area golf courses unencumbered by housing in between any of its 18 holes. The course measures 6,844 yards from the longest of its four sets of tees, a par 72 with the standard configuration of five par fours, two par threes and two par fives on each side. The par fours on the course vary wider than do those of most golf courses, with the 327-yard seventh following the 425-yard sixth.
1520 Highway 17 South North Myrtle Beach, SC
800-882-3420
, 05/06/2016
7/ 10stars
Pleasant course to play, solid old style design with wide fairways and water more esthetic than a factor in the game but the course and facility in my opinion are getting tired. Tee box not that great on many holes and some greens showed signs of trouble. One issue I had was with the scheduling, I had the first available tee time of 7 AM (booked as a single) but once I paid and got in the direction of the first tee I noticed people in the process of teeing off (3 some)...the starter told me that those were his regulars. So be cautious...it does not matter what tee time you have you might have "regulars" have the right away on this one and the worse is that they would not even let me trough even if I was playing solo.
by John D - 05/06/2016
Pleasant course to play, solid old style design with wide fairways and water more esthetic than a factor in the game but the course and facility in my opinion are getting tired. Tee box not that great on many holes and some greens showed signs of trouble. One issue I had was with the scheduling, I had the first available tee time of 7 AM (booked as a single) but once I paid and got in the direction of the first tee I noticed people in the process of teeing off (3 some)...the starter told me that those were his regulars. So be cautious...it does not matter what tee time you have you might have "regulars" have the right away on this one and the worse is that they would not even let me trough even if I was playing solo.
Beachwood Golf Club,

Beachwood Golf Club

Opened in 1968 and designed by Gene Hamm, Beachwood has long been one of the best-value courses at the beach. Located in the middle of high-energy North Myrtle Beach, it is one of relatively few area golf courses unencumbered by housing in between any of its 18 holes. The course measures 6,844 yards from the longest of its four sets of tees, a par 72 with the standard configuration of five par fours, two par threes and two par fives on each side. The par fours on the course vary wider than do those of most golf courses, with the 327-yard seventh following the 425-yard sixth.
1520 Highway 17 South North Myrtle Beach, SC
800-882-3420
, 04/12/2016
8/ 10stars
Back nine outstanding condition. Front side fairways a little sparse. All in all a pleasant round and good experience. Staff was terrific.
by Joseph (Hilton, NY) - 04/12/2016
Back nine outstanding condition. Front side fairways a little sparse. All in all a pleasant round and good experience. Staff was terrific.
Beachwood Golf Club,

Beachwood Golf Club

Opened in 1968 and designed by Gene Hamm, Beachwood has long been one of the best-value courses at the beach. Located in the middle of high-energy North Myrtle Beach, it is one of relatively few area golf courses unencumbered by housing in between any of its 18 holes. The course measures 6,844 yards from the longest of its four sets of tees, a par 72 with the standard configuration of five par fours, two par threes and two par fives on each side. The par fours on the course vary wider than do those of most golf courses, with the 327-yard seventh following the 425-yard sixth.
1520 Highway 17 South North Myrtle Beach, SC
800-882-3420
, 04/04/2016
10/ 10stars
It was in good condition. Always like to play this course when I'm in Myrtle Beach.
by Frank (Marlboro, NJ) - 04/04/2016
It was in good condition. Always like to play this course when I'm in Myrtle Beach.
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