TPC Myrtle Beach, located on the southern half of the Grand Strand in South Carolina, is the area’s only design rated 5 stars in Golf Digest’s “Places to Play” Guide. This Tom Fazio-designed, 18-hole championship golf course lives up to its billing from the entrance all the way to the 19th hole, and delivers an incredible experience for all golfers.
One of Golf Digest's “Top 100 Public Courses in America” and voted into the Top 10 golf courses of South Carolina by Golfweek, TPC Myrtle Beach is an absolute must-play. It tests golfers on every single shot while still greatly rewarding good swings with plenty of opportunities to score. Measuring 6,950 from the Tournament tees, TPC will keep you on your toes from start to finish. “Fair yet challenging” and “tough but playable” are just two of the common phrases used by visiting golfers who play TPC Myrtle Beach.
A fantastic example of what this design has to offer is its signature hole, the par-5 18th. Standing on the tee box of this 538-yard finishing hole, Fazio gives you an awesome view of the entire hole with the clubhouse as a great backdrop. A diabolical creek runs along the right hand side of the fairway, forcing golfers to steer their tee shot left where hearty live oaks and pines lie in wait. With a good drive you will be enticed into going for the green in two, but first-timers beware: the creek opens up into a large water hazard which surrounds 3 sides of the green. Laying up is probably your best option, but if you're feeling daring you may be able to hit the green in two.
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The Players Club (TPC) of Myrtle Beach has recently earned an overall rating of 8.6 from reviewers at the Myrtle Beach Golf Insider, garnering praise for course conditions, customer service, maintenance of the course, and ease of play.
9 by Terry Rhodes - 02/13/2017
Practice complexe great
8 by James (Gaithersburg, MD) - 01/17/2017
detailed rules of this course, like the pace of the 18-hole play
9 by Terry (Smithfield, VA) - 12/07/2016
It was in beautiful shape. It was the only course where the greens would hold an approach shot.
9 by Andrew (Jersey City, NJ) - 11/29/2016
The entire experience was great.
10 by Grady (Lula, GA) - 11/27/2016
Great course and in excellent condition, this was my son's first big course at Myrtle Beach and it's going to be hard to top, he really enjoyed it, I believe it has sparked his interest in golf and he can't wait to go back. Thanks again.
10 by Alan (Oregon, WI) - 11/26/2016
The grill was closed but the waitress helped me with a sandwich early in the morning.
6 by Kenneth (Aurora, CO) - 11/21/2016
The course had been recently hit by a Hurricane so given that fact it was still in good condition but obviously not at it's prime.
9 by Michael (Murrells Inlet, SC) - 11/12/2016
Playing at TPC is a grand experience. I love the fact that I live across the street from it. Even though I'm a terrible golfer, playing there is a great experience.
8 by Adam (Holbrook, NY) - 11/10/2016
The 18th is difficult for the sake of being difficult not because it enhances the golf experience.
Yardage markers on course are ESSENTIAL!
9 by Glenn (Ivyland, PA) - 11/05/2016
Great layout with very interesting holes. Greens and fairways in excellent condition. Staff very helpful.
Let’s assume that time, travel or greens fees are no concern. Be it a well-conceived trip to South Carolina’s Grand Strand or a mental trek to fantasy land, this is how I would lay out seven days’ worth of my favorite layouts. These are the best of the best.
It’s the lure of warmer temperatures, green grass and real golf, not the three-layered, temporary-greens, frozen ground variety that sneak out to play when the temperature at home gets above freezing. That’s what Myrtle Beach offers in the late winter and early spring – the warmth of the sun on your face and a gentle breeze at your back as you try to reach a par 5 in two.
South Carolina’s Grand Strand has two of the most famous surnames attached to five of its golf options. Pete and P.B. Dye each have a layout in Myrtle Beach, and they joined forces, so to speak, on a third. Meanwhile, famed designer Tom Fazio left his footprint with two of the relative newcomers to the Myrtle Beach golf scene.
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