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Fight to the Finish: Myrtle Beach Golf’s 5 Hardest Closing Stretches

Fight to the Finish: Myrtle Beach Golf’s 5 Hardest Closing Stretches

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Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links
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Opened in 1996 and designed by Clyde Johnston, Glen Dornoch brings some of the aesthetics of the links courses of Great Britain and Ireland—features like pot bunkers, undulating greens and a windy site—to the Myrtle Beach golf scene. Golf Digest’s “Places to Play” list gives it four out of five stars and many locals and vacation visitors alike love the place.

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Long Bay Golf ClubSuper Deal
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Long Bay Golf Club is outside the central zone of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina’s golf hub. But one name - Jack Nicklaus - typically outweighs the short driving distance to the Longs course.

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Prestwick Country Club

Prestwick Country Club

Myrtle Beach, SC
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Prestwick Country Club is located along the south end of Myrtle Beach, S.C. and has been ranked by Golf Digest among the "5 Best-Kept Secrets in Myrtle Beach."

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Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club
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Pawleys Plantation Golf and Country Club is consistently rated as a top course in South Carolina with honors from Golf Digest and national outlets

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Eagle Nest Golf Club

Little River, SC
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Long known to its frequent players as home to the three toughest finishing holes along the Grand Strand, Eagle Nest Golf Club boasts a closing sequence that offers golfers a strong test to their game

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