Sign in to get personalized notifications about your deals, cash back, special offers, and more.
Fans of golf can enjoy an 18-hole round of golf on a challenging course with water hazards and sand traps
Since 1968, Beachwood Golf Club has been setting the standard as the best-conditioned golf course on the Grand Strand. Beachwood offers a golfer friendly couse designed by the great Gene Hamm. Its close proximity to the beach and to the area's most popular accommodations make it a favorite among visitors to Myrtle Beach. The 18th hole championship course has hosted such prestigious events as the Carolina's Open, the Carolina Senior PGA championship, and the Grand Strand Amateur. Beachwood provides four sets of tees for golfers of all skill levels, as well as a full public practice facility with two putting and chipping greens and a practice bunker to sharpen your skills the night before play.
Not far from North Myrtle Beach, Azalea Sands Golf Club offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens keep Azalea Sands Golf Club difficult yet friendly, and the staff can offer tips and tricks for playing your best round. Azalea Sands Golf Club is a terrific choice for your regular rounds of golf or a new destination for you and friends when visiting North Myrtle Beach.
Eagle Nest Golf Club opened in 1971 and has hosted hundreds of thousands of golfers since. Eagle Nest is built on 250 acres of pristine land in Little River, South Carolina and only a short 5-minute drive from North Myrtle Beach. With the serene surroundings and beautiful natural setting you can’t tell that you are less than one mile from busy Highway 17, making it very convenient. The Gene Hamm layout is spectacular and the course has been upgraded over the last several years to include the addition of the Perch Tee Boxes at over 8100 yards in length which makes it the longest course in South Carolina, and one of the longest in the nation. Player friendly and super senior tees have also been added to make Eagle Nest also one of the shortest courses in South Carolina. The tradition here is like a step back in time to a modern day version of golf that includes waste bunkers and sand features added to capture the natural terrain and diversity of the property with some surprising changes in elevation throughout the course. Eagle Nest has some unique differences from other Myrtle Beach golf courses with one being natural elevation changes. Most Myrtle Beach golf courses are relatively flat while Eagle Nest is set upon rolling hills that wind through towering Carolina pines, natural lakes and beautiful landscaping. Wildlife is in abundance at Eagle Nest adding to the enjoyment of your Myrtle Beach golf experience.
Valley at Eastport Golf Club is a course in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina area that truly stands out from the other golf courses in the area that tend to favor typical beach layouts. Tee time bookers at this course can expect to see verdant and lush tree-lined fairways and intelligently carved mini-verde Bermuda greens throughout the property. Eastport Golf Club guarantees to provide its golfers with a challenging and delightful experience regardless of personal skill levels or the time of year a tee time was booked. Measuring at around 6200 yards, each hole offers an assortment of different shot making opportunities that will test a golfer's ability to play the game all while enjoying meticulously cared for greens and fairways. With a location that is right along the famed Intracoastal Waterway and near Highway 17, Eastport Golf Club is one of the more accessible courses in North Myrtle Beach and the Little River areas and the availability and flexibility of tee times proves that as well. Eastport Golf Club first began offering tee times in 1988 and was designed by Dennis Griffiths, a member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects. Since its opening, this course has become a crown jewel for golfers living in North Myrtle Beach and the Little River areas as the course is said to have a unique personality while not failing to provide a high quality and unrivaled golf experience for those golfers enjoying a tee time at this course. Any golfers looking for picturesque backdrops, beautiful fairways, striking water hazards and perfectly placed sand traps can book tee times anytime of the year due to this courses year-round-season. In addition to a quality course experience, Eastport Golf Club has chipping and putting areas on the property and provides the perfect setting to improve short game form and skill before a tee time. As well the best equipment and apparel available can be purchased at the fully stocked pro shop. With friendly staff ready to help with start times, golf carts rentals, club storage, its easy to see why East Port Golf Club has become one of finest and most enjoyable courses to play in North Myrtle Beach and Little River, South Carolina. Book your tee times today and see why East
Built in 1974, Carolina Shores Golf & Country Club was Tom Jackson’s 5th golf course, but his 1st masterpiece. Carolina Shores offers a traditional layout that challenges golfers of any skill level. Tree-lined fairways guide golfers through a beautiful natural landscape with strategically placed water hazards. Recent removal of over 50 sand traps has enhanced the golfing experience for all players.
Test your game with a memorable round at Farmstead Golf Links, home of the Grand Strand's only par-6 hole. The hole begins in South Carolina where golfers tee off to a wide sweeping fairway, then curves around a lake before ending on a massive green across the border in North Carolina. Stretching out 7,242 yards from the back tees, Farmstead offers stunning visual beauty and majestic water hazards. And because you can select from five sets of tees, you don’t have to be a long ball hitter to score well on this course.
North Carolina is blessed with a rich heritage tied to the ocean and rural farmlands. This golf course takes you to a bypgone era when the land was treasured and preserved. Superb conditioning distinguishes award-winning Meadowlands Golf Club from all the competition. The beautifully wooded 7054-yard course offers five sets of tees and large, well-manicured greens to challenge and reward every level of golfer. A short drive from the entertainment mecca of Myrtle Beach and the cultural center of historic Wilmington, Meadowlands provides the perfect respite from a harried world.
The Pearl is tucked quietly on the banks of the Brunswick coastal marshland in the heart of Calabash, North Carolina, and just a short drive from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Dan Maples masterfully designed The Pearl’s two Championship golf courses – The Pearl East and The Pearl West, to challenge golfers at all skill levels while show-casing the spectacular 900-acre marsh surroundings. The Pearl is open year round
In a relatively short time, Thistle Golf Club has established itself among the very best courses on the Grand Strand. Since opening in 1999, this 27-hole Scottish-links design has been ranked among the 'Top 100 Fairways in America' by Golf For Women Magazine and earned 4 stars from Golf Digest's 'Places to Play'.
Superb layout, exceptional conditioning and unparalleled service assure a truly enjoyable golf experience. Generous fairways, large Bermuda greens, five sets of tees and 12-minute tee times enable golfers of all abilities to enjoy a day at Thistle.
An extraordinary Myrtle Beach golf course, Brunswick Plantation Golf Resort of Calabash, North Carolina, is perfect for family vacations and outings. Our 27-hole championship layout was designed by Willard Byrd and Clyde Johnston, and has been upgraded with all-new Bermuda greens and smooth new cart paths as part of a “million-dollar makeover” for your Myrtle Beach golf vacation enjoyment!
The Jones Course is a straightforward layout featuring generous mounded fairways bordered by scenic lakes and towering trees. A perennial favorite among residents and guests, this course is an extraordinary golf experience for players of all skill levels. Wide fairways and large mounds are surrounded by water, with water coming into play on 11 holes of the Par 72 championship course. In addition to water hazards, the many pot and large expanse bunkers make for a delightfully challenging game of golf. This spectacular course measures 6,761 yards from the blue tees; 6,334 yards from the white tees; 5,716 from the gold tees; and 4,912 yards from the red tees.
The Maples Course is a traditional southern course framed by twisted ancient oaks and tall Carolina pines. The medium-length, accuracy-demanding course features five holes that wind along the scenic Calabash Creek, with elaborate landscaping, undulating greens and refurbished bunkers. Still regarded as one of Maples’ finest, this is a beautiful par 72 course, with A1/A4 blended Bent grass greens. The course is also peppered with numerous waste bunkers, one of which extends the full length of a fairway.
The Willard Byrd Course requires a distinctively different approach thanks to a constricting tree line, challenging greenside bunkering system, and lakes ranging from 14-20 acres. Strategically placed tee shots are essential for successful play on Byrd's newly renovated undulating greens of Champions Bermuda. A picturesque and scenic 18th hole between two beautiful ponds finishes the course at the Jones-Byrd Clubhouse. The course measures 6750 yards from the blue tees; 6,251 yards from the white tees; 5,561 yards from the gold tees; and 4,697 yards from the red tees.
The sister course to Lake Marion, Santee Cooper Country Club offers perhaps the most scenic round of golf in the area. Set amid majestic pines and native foliage, this well-conditioned layout will test every shot in your bag with its series of beautiful dogleg holes, strategic bunkering and challenging par 3’s. You are certain to enjoy the magnificently designed risk-reward par 5’s and the course’s elevation changes. Santee Cooper Country Club offers the best closing hole in Santee with a panoramic view of Lake Marion’s sparkling waters.
From the moment you pull into Sandpiper Bay you know you are in for a special day of golf and memories to share. Sandpiper Bay Golf and Country Club was rated four stars by Golf Digest 'Places to Play' based on course condition, pace of play, and overall experience. Piper's Restaurant and Lounge has a beautiful panoramic view to enjoy with everyone in your group. Have a full breakfast before your round and enjoy a cocktail afterward.
Come experience The Grand Strand's hidden gem! Crown Park's 18 beautiful holes are carved through a carolina pine forest, not a neighborhood, no homes here! Extensive mounding and large undulating TifEagle greens complete the unique design. The graceful clubhouse welcomes you with an upscale pro shop and your favorite beverage. Although challenging, Crown Park is especially popular with Seniors and Ladies.
Carved from a virgin pine forest, with sixty-foot elevation changes, the golfer will experience aesthetic changes never seen before on the Grand Strand. A stunning combination of natural waste areas, native grasses and wild flowers, constantly shifting fairways and lakes make the experience a memorable one for any golfer. The most unique aspect is the native coquina boulders as bulkhead material. You will find an island par-3 waterfall, and 18 unforgettable signature golf holes - an experience unlike anything east of the Mississippi. Golf Digest's 'America's 100 Greatest Courses' rates Tiger's Eye 3rd Best on the Grand Strand. Golfweek rates Tiger's Eye 6th Best in N.C. Golf Digest's 4 1/2 stars in 'Places to Play'.
The newest Big Cat has been unleashed! Named by Golf Digest and GOLF Magazine as one of the Top 10 Best New Public Courses in America for 2007, Leopard's Chase is destined to take its rightful place among the truly elite courses in the region. One of the many distinguishing characteristics of this Tim Cate creation is the masterful use of the natural and man-made water features that appear throughout the entire layout. Featuring magnificently manicured L-93 bentgrass greens, this Tim Cate masterpiece is truly a vision to behold. And just when you think you've seen it all, the biggest architectural splash of all awaits on the 18th hole, where the steeply undulating green is fronted by a spectacular cascading waterfall.
In Panther's Run, Architect Tim Cate created a spectacular layout that winds its way throughout a massive and pristine nature preserve. Featuring generous landing areas and brand-new, immaculately manicured MiniVerde greens, Panther's Run blends modern course architecture and a breathtaking natural setting into a seamless fusion of design and nature, creating a truly new breed of golf course. Panther's Run has also been named in Golf Digest's prestigious "Places to Play" Guide and was also included in their list of the "Top 50 of Myrtle Beach." Don't miss the outstanding pro shop, ranked as one of "America's Top 100 Golf Shops" for four consecutive years.
Carved from 800 pristine acres stretching along the Intracoastal Waterway, River Oaks is truly an unforgettable golf experience. The immaculate Gene Hamm/Tom Jackson creation features 27 holes of undulating greens, mounded fairways, with large lakes and finger shaped bunkers providing something special for every golfer. River Oaks was rated in the TOP FIVE on the Grand Strand by Golf Course Rankings of America in 1990.
Myrtle Beach golf at Whispering Pines Golf Course is a true golfing pleasure. If you are looking for an enjoyable, conveniently located golf course to complete your Myrtle Beach golf package, this is the place! At Whispering Pines we have 6771 yards…but no backyards to distract from your golfing experience. Whispering Pines offers a distinctive combination of challenge and beauty, carved out of 200 acres of towering pines and mature hardwoods by designers Finger, Dye, and Spahn. Tree lined fairways, carefully placed lakes, and undulating greens with new TifEagle Bermudagrass await your arrival at Whispering Pines in Myrtle Beach. With above average slope and handicap ratings, this traditional, classic design style course doesn't need gimmicks for a satisfying round of golf. Best of all, you don’t have to drive miles to find peace and quiet. We’re located just one-half mile from the outstanding oceanfront hotels and attractions of Myrtle Beach…and our 16th hole is only a driver and a 5 iron from the Myrtle Beach Airport. Perfect for an extra round before or after your flight. Affordable rates, convenient location, outstanding service, and challenging golf, only at Whispering Pines.
Not far from Myrtle Beach, Aero Club Short Course offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens keep Aero Club Short Course difficult yet friendly, and the staff can offer tips and tricks for playing your best round. Aero Club Short Course is a terrific choice for your regular rounds of golf or a new destination for you and friends when visiting Myrtle Beach.
Diamondback Golf Course is set in the lowcountry woodlands just outside of North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The golf course is a modern Russell Breeden design. This is a Par 72 layout measuring 6928 yards from the back teeing ground. Breeden has strategically placed bunkers and lakes to allow for a fun and challenging round of golf.
The International Club is located just south of Myrtle Beach and nestled among a mixture of hardwood and pine trees. This is a truly 'back to nature' experience because of crystal clear lakes that are fed by underground streams and many of the holes are surrounded by untouched wetlands. Willard Byrd decided to add another unique feature to the International by creating five sets of tees so this very challenging course will be playable of all golf levels, with the blue tees measuring 6,767 yards and the forward tees at 4,849 yards. The 6,400-square-foot clubhouse has a luzury European design and ample room to enjoy a little relaxing with friends after your round.
Players of Lockwood Folly Country Club leave with an incredible memory of tree-lined fairways with massive oaks, stately pines, quiet ponds and abundant wildlife. Built upon a former hunting preserve, the golf course and community borders the Lockwood Folly River, the Intra-Coastal Waterway and is so close to the Atlantic Ocean that the roar of the surf often remains with golfers long after their round is completed. Our links style course winds its way among salt marshes, creeks, forests, fields and our community. Lockwood Folly is located on the Carolina coast mid-way between Myrtle Beach and Wilmington, NC and may require a slight detour from the mainstream to reach, but it is definitely worth the ride because the golf is challenging, yet rewarding, and the views and ambiance are simply superb. The 18 hole, par 72 Willard Byrd designed course measures 6836 yards from the tips and has a rating of 73.9 with a slope of 140. The front tees provide a distance of 5029 yards for a rating of 71.1 with a slope of 122. Whatever a player’s ability level, Lockwood Folly Golf Course will provide one with an unforgettable round of golf.
Players can participate in multiple round of golf as they drive balls across a 6,781-yard course that runs along marshland water hazards
Wild Dunes Resort is a great course located in Isle Of Palms, SC. Wild Dunes Resort is managed by Destination Hotels & Resorts. The course contact is Jeff Minton, General Manager.
Flexibility is improved and movements are corrected to benefit the overall golf technique
Along with a basic overview of disc golf, we offer tips and strategies that will give you the confidence to win during your first round.
In Phoenix, golf is basically a way of life. Here’s how to pack more than 100 holes into one long weekend.
Find out what it takes to shave strokes off your score at Denver-area golf courses.
Discover top restaurants, spas, things to do & more
Check back every day for new deals near you
Buying is fast, easy, and secure
By entering my email above, I agree Groupon can send me emails for local services, shopping, travel and Groupon updates.I can unsubscribe any time by contacting Groupon here.