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Golf Writer’s Perspective: My Six Least Favorite Holes In Myrtle Beach

Golf Writer’s Perspective: My Six Least Favorite Holes In Myrtle Beach

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Wild Wing Golf Club

Wild Wing Golf Club

Myrtle Beach, SC
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Amid one of the fastest-growing parts of South Carolina’s Grand Strand lies Wild Wing Plantation, a golf course that feels like anything but.

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True Blue Golf ClubSuper Deal

True Blue Golf Club

Pawleys Island, SC
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True Blue Golf Club is one of the best Myrtle Beach and America has to offer. The Mike Strantz course is ranked 77th on Golf Magazine’s list of the Top 100 You Can Play, and Golf Channel travel guru Matt Ginella recently ranked it as America’s 42nd best public course.

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River Club

Pawleys Island, SC
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River Club is a course you want to play on your next Myrtle Beach golf trip. Its Lowcountry setting is memorable and the layout has been awarded 4.5-stars by Golf Digest.

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Myrtlewood Golf Club - PineHills CourseSuper Deal
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One of the four oldest courses on South Carolina’s Grand Strand, the track was originally opened in 1966 as the Pines before an Arthur Hills overhaul in 1993 led to its new name..

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Burning Ridge Golf CourseSuper Deal
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Burning Ridge Golf Club, Myrtle Beach, recently earned a ranking of 8.9 from player/reviewers at Myrtle Beach Golf Insider, earning special recognition for the quality of its staff and putting surfaces.

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Arcadian Shores Golf Club
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Arcadian Shores Golf Club just north of Myrtle Beach city limits boasts awards from Golf Digest, PGA.com and the Myrtle Beach Sun News

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