As part of the trio of courses at Myrtle Beach National, the Southcreek course offers its own unique, identifiable style. Common to the Grand Strand…tall, established pine trees are a dominant feature throughout all eighteen holes with accuracy a priority over distance. Southcreek is the shortest of the courses at Myrtle Beach National measuring just over 6,400 yards, a welcome feature in this modern era of long hitter golf courses. One of the recurring design elements found throughout Southcreek are expansive waste area bunkers…though more visually threatening than actual playability…as seen here on the dogleg right par-four ninth. The signature par-five tenth hole bends right around this large lake with a waste area bunker buffering the fairway…with railroad ties a notable element incorporated in the green side bunker back behind this narrow green. As a staple to any Myrtle Beach golf trip, the Southcreek at Myrtle Beach National boasts Mini verde bermuda greens, a reliably consistent putting surface found here in the south. Designed by the people’s champion, Arnold Palmer, this par 72 perfectly complements the two sister courses, King’s North and the West course, here at Myrtle Beach National. Whether returning for an annual tradition or visiting for the first time, golfers continue to enjoy their playing experience on the Southcreek at Myrtle Beach National…centrally located on the Grand Strand just minutes from the airport!