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View pricing or book tee times at all Myrtle Beach-area golf courses and know you're getting the best pricing when you book with MBN.com. The ability to play any course makes this Myrtle Beach’s most popular golf package for obvious reasons
View pricing or book tee times at all Myrtle Beach-area golf courses and know you’re getting the best pricing when you book with MBN.com. The ability to play any course makes this Myrtle Beach’s most popular golf package for obvious reasons
- Best single-round course pricing
- Choose from 60 + Myrtle Beach Golf Courses
- Book last-minute tee times at best available prices
- Per Person Per Day Pricing Starting at: $39
- Minimum Rounds: 1 Maximum Rounds: none
- Availability: Year Round
- Courses Located: North, South & Central Beaches
- Courses Available to Book: All Grand Stand
Most Booked Courses: Arrowhead Country Club, King’s North, Pine Lakes Country Club, Tidewater, Grande Dunes Resort Club, Prestwick Country Club, River Club, Tidewater Golf Club, Tradition Golf Club, TPC Myrtle Beach
Inspired by the greatest courses in the world, the International World Tour Golf Links is the stuff golfing dreams are made of. Now you can experience the thrill of playing 18 holes inspired by some of the world's most famous layouts; Pine Valley, Augusta National, St. Andrews. They're all here and more. Each turn takes you to a special place and the memories of great shots you've seen in tournaments played around the world. You can travel the globe and spend a fortune in airfare and greens fees or you can tee off here and see the world from Myrtle Beach.
Rated 4.5 stars in Golf Digest’s “Places to Play” Guide in 2010, West Course at Myrtle Beach National is carved through secluded Carolina pines that provide golfers with the backdrop of nature. Its traditional layout and design offers wide fairways and large Mini Verde Bermuda grass greens that make for an enjoyable golf experience for players of all abilities.
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.
Tiger’s Eye Golf Links is another dazzling design by Master Architect Tim Cate. Opened in 2000 with 18 unforgettable holes, this big cat is tough to tame, featuring 60 foot elevation changes, undulating fairways, sparkling lakes and a stunning par three island green. This amazing layout is consistently ranked among Golf Digest's Top 100 Greatest Public Courses in America. Be sure to take a moment to enjoy the Tiger’s Eye clubhouse veranda and the stunning panoramic view- truly every golfer’s dream!
Designer Tim Cate and owners Robert and Mort Hansen set out to build one of the premier courses on the North Strand in 1999 with a philosophy being “Ferocious, yet Fair.” The dramatic 27-hole layout reflects its 1815 Scottish heritage and has been rated “4.5 stars” by Golf Digest’s “Places to Play.”
Architect Clyde Johnston has brought element of the famed West Course at Winged Foot to Myrtle Beach, and in Shaftesbury Glen created one of the top championship courses in the area. Recognized among the “Best Places to Play” and “4 Stars” by Golf Digest, Shaftesbury Glen is a short 10-minute drive from Myrtle Beach’s famed Restaurant Row, making it a must-play course.
A recent designer-approved renovation has made the ever-popular Jones Course even more extraordinary. Bent grass greens have been replaced and new bunkers added. Additional landscaping along fairways and hazards has been enhanced by native grasses, perennials, and wildflowers.
Opened in the fall of 1990, each hole of the Willard Byrd Course is memorable for both beauty and exacting play. Built around several man-made lakes, each ranging from 14-20 acres, every hole of this par-72 signature course requires a distinctly different approach.
Pine Lakes Country Club is home of the Myrtle Beach Golf Hall of Fame first opened in 1927 and is recognized as the birthplace of Sports Illustrated. Myrtle Beach's first golf course is boasting a complete green and bunker renovation in 2021.
Pearl West Golf Course has recently earned an overall rating of 7.5 from reviewers at the Myrtle Beach Golf Insider, garnering praise for course maintenance, greens, course condition, and course design. Click here to see Pearl West’s most recent reviews.
This legendary Big Cat course features MiniVerde greens. Wide fairways are intertwined with various water hazards to create a scenic work of art on this challenging course. Don't be fooled by the beauty designed by the Tim Cate! Though wandering through nature preserves it tests the utmost of your ability to blend distance and precision in the perfect golfing challenge. Be among the first to face the challenge of this newly groomed beast!
Oyster Bay Golf Links has recently earned an overall rating of 8.3 from reviewers at the Myrtle Beach Golf Insider, garnering praise for overall experience, course condition, course layout, and friendly staff. Click here to see Oyster Bay’s most recent reviews.
Lions Paw, awarded 4 STARS in Golf Digest’s “Places To Play” has been described as the eminent Willard Byrd’s finest work. Wild and untamed, rustic and quiet, this magnificent course presents a lion’s share of adventure and challenge accompanied by nature’s best scenery. The finishing hole plays open from the tee and then flows through the trees to the green.Golf Digest also declared Lion’s Paw “The best in the Myrtle Beach area.”
Named By Golf Digest and GOLF Magazine as one of the Top 10 New Public Courses in America for 2007, Leopard’s Chase Golf Club at Ocean Ridge Plantation is the fourth Big Cat in the family of felines. This par 72 course designed by Tim Cate is as scenic as it is enjoyable to play. You will encounter forced carries, some generous landing areas and dramatic elevation changes. As you travel the 18 holes, you will also notice a varied terrain accompanied by stunning natural vistas. The tee positions will accommodate all levels of play with equal risk and reward situations to allow you the best scoring opportunities. Save your delicate touch shots for the undulating L-93 Bent greens. The waterfall along #18 green will calm and relax you as you finish your round.
The Parkland Course at Legends Golf and Resort has been named one of “America’s Top Golf Courses” by Zagat (2003 and 2009) and has earned at least four starts in Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play” five different times (1999, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2009).
Opened in 1986 and designed by developer Larry Young and architect Dan Maples, Heritage Club is one of the more inventive designs golfers are likely to find. With gnarly bunkers guarding enormous, boldly-contoured greens, the experience of playing Heritage Club is thrilling and unforgettable
The host site of the 2014 PGA Professional National Championship, Grande Dunes Resort Course swept the South Carolina and National Golf Course Owners Association's Course of the Year honors in 2009, and was completed renovated in 2022
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.
Founders Club is located on the quiet, tranquil southern end of the Grand Strand in the town of Pawleys Island. Originally opened in 1969 as Sea Gull Golf Club, the course was completely redesigned by Thomas Walker and reopened in 2008 to rave reviews from locals and visiting golfers alike.
Opened in 1948 and designed by legendary golf course architect Robert Trent Jones, Sr., The Dunes Golf and Beach Club is a classic golf course located in the heart of Myrtle Beach. With a proud membership and a storied history of hosting professional golf at the top levels, The Dunes commands respect from all who play it.
Opened in 2000, the Norman Course is one of the more playable tracks in the area, based largely on the prevalence of short grass and sand over penal longer rough, especially around its green complexes. Golfers who miss greens are often able to putt or play bump-and-run shots instead of the flop or pitch shots necessitated by greenside lies in the rough.
Opened in 2000, the Love Course is an excellent track crafted by major champion Davis Love III. With wide fairways and interesting green complexes, it is both playable for the higher handicapper and the accomplished player.
The course opened in 2000 and was designed by legendary architect Tom Fazio, who has designed golf courses all over the world, as well as working at such venues as Augusta National Golf Club. The course is a par 71, with five par threes, four par fives and nine par fours.
Pete Dye, the patriarch of the successful golf course-designing Dye family, is responsible for the Dye Club at Barefoot Resort, which, at 7,343 yards from the back tees, is the second-longest golf course on the Grand Strand, behind only the Grande Dunes Resort Club.