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Grande Dunes - Resort Club

Rates Starting at $110.00

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Ranked TOP 25 in Golf Insider!

The Grande Dunes Resort Club is one of the premier championship golf courses on the East Coast. Conveniently located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, this Roger Rulewich Group design was recognized as the National Golf Course of the Year by the National Golf Course Owners Association in 2009, and will play host to the 2014 PGA Professionals National Championship.

The challenging links-style design is situated on a bluff along the Intracoastal Waterway featuring seven holes with dramatic views of the waterway. With six sets of tees, generous fairways, and newly upgraded Champion Bermuda greens, the Grande Dunes Resort Club offers a truly exciting Myrtle Beach golf experience for all levels of ability. Complementing the outstanding course is a world-class practice facility. With an expansive two-tiered driving range and three large practice greens for putting, chipping, and pitching, the Resort Club is great a venue to hone your skills. All aspects of the practice area are included with your round, along with unlimited range balls.

After your round, relax with us in the Mediterranean-style clubhouse featuring a full-service golf shop that specializes in TaylorMade equipment and Adidas apparel. Its full-service restaurant and bar offers casual indoor seating. The Waterway Terrace is available for outdoor seating with great views overlooking the Grande Dunes Marina and the 18th green.


Grande Dunes - Resort Club Course Reviews

Recent Reviews

9 by Paul - 03/21/2015
Sorry to see that Grande Dunes continues to cut amenities. When I first started playing this course they gave you a bottle of water and had top rate GPS and gave you complimentary warm up balls. Then they cut out the bottle of water, ok no big deal. Then they cut out the GPS and replaced with a Samsung tablet GPS that repeats the same annoying commercial. But now an $80 round with no warm up balls. Really! I play Barefoot for $75 and get complimentary balls. I play Tidewater for $59 and get warm up balls. Both courses equal to or better than Grande Dunes. Wake up Grande Dunes, don't nickle and dime your customers. I've been a loyal customer but I won't be back if your premium price doesn't include some warm up balls.
9 by Matt (Bradford, ON) - 03/19/2015
Great layout, great location, very scenic.
8 by Jeremy (Gilbertsville, PA) - 03/18/2015
Everything about the course is great with the exception of the starter this day. He was not friendly and gave zero information.
9 by Timothy - 03/12/2015
This was our second round this winter at Grande Dunes and it's still one of my favorites. The course is in the best shape of all the 14 we have played this winter. No complaints except for the fact that we got one of the afternoon low rates and the course was packed and it took almost 5 hours to play which wears on you. The rangers were out but not much could be done because of the time of day and amount of play. It's my FAVORITE course on the Grand Strand even on a slow day. I will return. Greens were in great shape, friendly staff and altogether a nice time.
9 by Michael (Strathrpy, ON) - 03/10/2015
Excellent shape, excellent service, friendly staff, very challenging.
8 by Gary (Grafton, OH) - 02/17/2015
Had a great round on a well groomed course.....challenging, allows you to hit all clubs in the bag....unique and memorable track. Play the tees you normally play and you will be fine.
8 by John (Saint Mary's, GA) - 02/09/2015
Greens were in great shape, nice track as well. Clubhouse grill have some pretty good food as well and our servers were very attentive.
10 by Timothy - 01/23/2015
We played on a 60 degree day and had a great time. This is a favorite of mine after playing it for the first time. The course is a bit forgiving in most places but you can find trouble if your straying. LIGHTNING fast greens, the way it should be on a good course. I had a tough time reading the greens and missed my 4 foot birdie but on the No. 1 handicap hole but that's my mistake. I will return. No flaws at all at this course.
9 by Timothy - 01/21/2015
A beautiful course with danger to be found if your not hitting the ball well but it plays easy if your finding fairways. The greens are some of the best on the Grand Strand. Lightning fast and if you are out of position on the green, you will probably 3 putt. Staff was great.
8 by Dennis (Chapel Hill, NC) - 01/01/2015
Challenging layout, undulation in the greens was a real putting challenge. Overseeded fairways made it a great play this time of year.
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