From the four corners of the globe, golf’s most iconic holes call one destination home right here in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The World Tour Golf Links is a stunning collection of the game’s most storied holes brilliantly routed through beautiful Carolina pines. Drawn from three countries…9 states…and fifteen golf courses, course architect Mel Graham created an experience that captivates players every shot on every hole as they recall each hole’s storied past. The two nines, named Open and Championship, are sure to challenge players of every ability much like the professionals who have made their own history respectively. Like Freddie Couple’s hole out for par on the island green 17th at TPC Sawgrass or Tiger’s ‘Better than Most’ moment in the third round of the 2011 Player’s Championship. Or Tiger again holing his chip from behind the green on the 16th at Augusta National…here as the seventh hole on the Open nine. And who can’t forget Phil Mickelson’s nightmare finish in 2006 on the dogleg eighteenth at Winged Foot to let his best chance to win the United States Open slip away…replicated here at the first hole of the Championship nine. Amen Corner, replicated here at the fourth, fifth and sixth on the Championship nine, always makes history each April with azaleas in bloom at Augusta. From Pinehurst #2 and Bay Hill stateside to Royal Troon and the Old Course at St. Andrews in the United Kingdom, World Tour Golf Links brings the game’s most famous holes…and moments in golf…together in one unforgettable experience. So while most won’t ever have the chance to play Oakmont or Olympic Club, these time-honored holes can be enjoyed right here in Myrtle Beach. Come experience the game’s most storied holes from around the globe. Only at World Tour Golf Links…the most famous collection of acclaimed golf holes in the world, right here in the heart of Myrtle Beach!