Farmstead Golf Links recently earned an overall rating of 8.3 from reviewers at Myrtle Beach Golf Insider, earning accolades for the quality of its finishing hole and overall course conditions.
A must-play when you visit Myrtle Beach, Farmstead Golf Links offers pristine conditions, unmatched beauty, and an overall experience that will having you coming back for more year after year. Designed by Willard Byrd, Farmstead Golf Links is a links-style course that straddles the North Carolina/South Carolina border. The course is known for offering one of the most memorable holes in the Myrtle Beach area, the 18th - a 767-yard par 6 that begins with hitting a drive in South Carolina and finishes with putting out in North Carolina.
Farmstead is truly an escape from the real world, with no developed areas around: it’s just you and the golf course. Offering five sets of tees, there is a choice for golfers of all skill levels to challenge this wonderful course. Relatively flat terrain makes all bunkers and hazards visible and there are no surprises, so what you see is what you get. Farmstead has large greens with subtle undulations that are known for being some of the fastest and best-maintained in the area. Beautiful views and great course conditions combined with great customer service and southern charm make Farmstead Golf Links one of the most enjoyable places to play in the Myrtle Beach area.
10 by Larnold (Merced, CA) - 07/24/2015
Everything was great especially the par six and going from one state to the other.
10 by Jeremy - 07/20/2015
The course was great from tee to green. Staff very nice.
10 by Keith (Lexington, NC) - 07/08/2015
Staff was very friendly and helpful. It helped make our day much more enjoyable!
9 by Del - 05/19/2015
This is one great course the one could not ask for better fairways and greens. The course has something for every golfer and finishes up with a spectacular par 6 that is bordered by water on the left all the way to the green. Before and after the round, the staff were very friendly and easy to speak with. This course is a must play.
9 by James (Fort Myers, FL) - 05/17/2015
Fun course, good layout, enjoyed the par 6 hole. Best condition of the courses we played.
7 by Glenn (South Plainfield, NJ) - 05/07/2015
Enjoyed the links style. Course is very enjoyable for a high handicap. Greens rolled true. Would definitely play again.
8 by Jean-Marc (Quebec, Canada) - 04/24/2015
Eccellent layout. Next time we will play again if the sunshine is there.
7 by Keith (Leland, NC) - 04/23/2015
We were fine.
7 by Nick - 04/21/2015
Fun course ... no houses which is always enjoyable. Fairways and tees were excellent. Greens were spotting but still rolled true. Staff was not overly friendly but not rude by any means. Overall good experience, but with so many courses available just another one to knock off of the list.
8 by Susan (Portland, OR) - 04/19/2015
This is a very nice, well-laid out course. It was interesting to play in two different states. The par 6 hole was just long; unusual but that doesn't make it all that interesting.
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