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Myrtle Beach Golf

Myrtle Beach has been dubbed as the golf capitol of the world.  Regardless of which title you choose, there are many choices along the Grand Strand from Putt-Putt and easier par-3 courses to some of the most challenging  courses in the country.

Myrtle Beach features championship courses on the ocean and marshlands, courses along the Intracoastal Waterway offering the most serene views, as well as golf courses set deep in the low country, where plantations once stood.

Barefoot Resort and Golf: Fazio Course

The Fazio Course at Barefoot Resort is routed through a spectacular piece of property in the heart of Barefoot Resort. Like many European courses, the course does not return to the clubhouse after nine holes. It is not a British linksland course, but rather a classic Lowcountry course, filled with live oaks, pines, sand, natural areas and native grasses. Located between the Dye Course and the Love Course, the Fazio course has been strategically designed, incorporating extensive tree cover and many lakes into the landscaping. Waste areas and formal bunkers have been handcrafted and placed for visual and strategic effect, while natural elevation changes add a sense of drama and excitement the to golfing round. Water features can be seen on 15 holes, yet many lakes are in out-of-play areas to ensure playability. The Fazio Course is a Par 71, approximately 6,834 yards long. The course offers five sets of tees to give players of all skill levels the opportunity to play a course of championship caliber and still have the right balance of fun and challenge. Tees and fairways consist of GN-1, which is a hybrid turf developed by Greg Norman Turf. The approach areas consist of Tif- Sport Bermuda grass and the rough areas are 419 Bermuda grass. The greens consist of a Champion UltraDwarf Grass.

Caledonia Golf & Fish Club

Welcome to the home of one of the Hammock Coast and Myrtle Beach Area’s most highly awarded, rated and ranked courses. Listed in most major publications annually including Golf, Golf Digest and Golfweek Magazines since opening in 1994 and built on the former site of a working southern rice plantation, Caledonia has been recognized for its design and incredible beauty.

Dunes Golf and Beach Club

The only golf course in Myrtle Beach with ocean views and a timeless design by famed architect, Robert Trent Jones, the Dunes stands as a "Top 100 Golf Course" in virtually every major magazine ranking. The Club has played host to many PGA Tours, Senior PGA Tours, women's, amateur, national, and state events. In more recent news, we had the privilege of hosting the 47th annual PGA Professional National Championship in June of 2014.

Myrtle Beach National (King's North)

One of three premier layouts at Myrtle Beach National Golf Club, King’s North is an Arnold Palmer-designed gem offering several of the Grand Strand’s most memorable holes. Redesigned by “The King” in 1996, King's North made its way onto Golf Digest's prestigious list of "America's 100 Greatest Public Courses - 2004" and Golf Digest's "Places to Play" has awarded it 4.5 STARS ever since. Plus, from 2000-2004 Golf for Women ranked it their "Top 100 Courses in America.” King’s North features 18 of the most dramatic and picturesque holes you’ll ever encounter. The par-5 6th hole (nicknamed “The Gambler”) features an island fairway that offers a “risk-reward” shortcut to the green. If the island fairway is chosen it could leave a good chance at going for this green in two, thus the “Gamble.” However, a safe layup to the right and a short approach over water will always keep you guessing. The par-3, island green 12th hole creates a challenge of its own. A miss to the right and you could find the water, miss left and you could find the distinctive “SC” bunkers that would leave a delicate bunker shot. And don’t forget the par-4 finishing hole at 18, featuring an array of 40 bunkers escorting you to an exciting finish of an exhilarating round.

TPC Myrtle Beach

Designed by renowned architect Tom Fazio, with consultancy assistance from golf champion Lanny Wadkins, this picturesque Myrtle Beach golf course is carved out of environmentally protected Lowcountry marshland populated by large red oaks and towering pines. The native wetland is home to turkeys, deer, fox, waterfowl, and alligators. The layout of the course has earned its accolades with good reason. Elevation changes, undulating greens, and Tour-caliber bunkers make for a deceptive and difficult course. Plan to use every club in your bag and expect any weakness in your game to be revealed.

True Blue Golf Club

True Blue Golf Club, Mike Strantz’s fourth signature golf course, opened to rave reviews in February 1998. Strantz also designed the award-winning Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, which opened in 1994, on plantation land adjacent to True Blue. For his efforts at True Blue and Caledonia, Strantz was named “Architect of the Year” by Golf World in 1998. Strantz crafted True Blue to echo many of the characteristics of Pine Valley and Pinehurst #2, with an emphasis on maintaining a natural feel to the course. The par-72 course can stretch to 7,126 and sits on the site of historic True Blue Plantation, a famed 19th-century indigo, and rice plantation. Emphasizing the natural beauty of the area, it incorporates native grasses and vegetation to maintain much of the character of the property. The course also boasts an 18-acre practice facility, home of The Steve Dresser Golf Academy.