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Golf Courses Myrtle Beach SC

Golf Courses Myrtle Beach

  Plan Your Golf Trip

Want the golf outing of a lifetime?  Myrtle beach is a golferís paradise! With some 120 courses for the beginner to scratch golfer; each year approximately 4 million rounds of golf are played at Myrtle Beach and Grand Strand area courses.

Golfers can play some of the top 100-caliber golf courses that won't break the bank. It doesn't hurt that the Grand Strand -- an area extending from the southern end of North Carolina to Pawleys Island, S.C. -- is within driving distance of so many golfers on the East Coast and Midwest. People are determined to find some good golf weather, especially in spring and fall when their temperatures can be chilly.

So with 100's of courses, Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand offers a variety and depth of choices, and because of that competition, more value for your golf dollar can be found.  Itís easy to see why Myrtle Beach South Carolina is known as the Golf Capital of the World!What are you waiting for, let's play golf? Myrtle Beach is always ready for devoted and first time golfers.



Aberdeen Highlands

Aberdeen Meadows

Aberdeen Woodlands

Arcadian Shores

Arrowhead Country Club

Arrowhead Country Club - Cypress

Arrowhead Country Club - Lakes

Arrowhead Country Club - Waterway

Azalea Sands Golf Club

Barefoot Golf Resort - Dye Course

Barefoot Golf Resort - Fazio Course

Barefoot Golf Resort -  Love Course

Barefoot Golf Resort - Norman Course

Beachwood Golf Club

Black Bear

Burning Ridge Golf Club

Caledonia Golf and Fish Club

Crown Park Golf Club

Eagle Nest Golf Club

Founders Club

Glen Dornoch

Grande Dunes Resort

Heather Glen Blue Course

Heather Glen Red Course

Heather Glen White Course

Heritage Club

Heron Point

Indian Wells

Indigo Creek

International Club

Legends - Heathland

Legends - Moorland

Legends - Parkland

Litchfield Country Club

Long Bay

Man O' War

MBN - King's North

MBN - South Creek

MBN - West Course

Myrtlewood - Palmetto
1500 48th Ave North, Myrtle Beach, SC 29578

Myrtlewood - Pine Hills
1500 48th Ave North, Myrtle Beach, SC 29578

Pawleys Plantation
70 Tanglewood Dr, Pawleys Island, SC 29585

Possum Trot
1170 Possum Trot Rd, North Myrtle Bch, SC 29582

1001 Links Rd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575

River Club
1 Club Cir, Pawleys Island, SC 29585

River Hills
4141 Mini Market Rd, Little River, SC 29566

River Oaks
831 River Oaks Dr Myrtle Beach, SC 29579

Shaftesbury Glen
951 Shaftesbury Lane Conway, SC 29526

1400 Tidewater Dr, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
843- 913-2424

TPC Myrtle Beach
1199 TPC BoulevardMurrells Inlet, SC 29576

1027 County Road S-22-362 Pawleys Island, SC 29585

True Blue
900 Blue Stem Drive Pawleys Island, SC 29585

The Valley at Eastport
4355 Eastport Blvd, Little River, SC 29566

Wachesaw East
911 Riverwood Dr Murrells Inlet, Sc 29576

Waterway Hills
9731 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Wedgefield Plantation
129 Clubhouse Lane Georgetown, SC 29440

Wicked Stick
1051 Coventry Rd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575

Willbrook Plantation
426 Tidewater Cir, Pawleys Island, SC 29585

1900 Highway 544. Myrtle Beach, SC 29526

4601 Leeshire Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579

Woodland Valley
615 Log Cabin Rd, Loris, SC 29569

World Tour Golf Links
2000 World Tour Boulevard, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579

Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday

  Myrtle Beach is a perfect place for a golf trip for friends and family alike.
With more than one hundred of the most unique, challenging and beautiful golf courses that you will ever see. Myrtle Beach is golf's most popular destination.

Looking To Lower Your Golf Score? Try These Tips

Golf is a unique sport in that it is grounded in etiquette. From fairness to the obligation of players, golfers are expected to play by these guidelines. So what can you do to improve your golf experience while sticking to this code of honor? Here are some tips that will help.

Try taking swings from the opposite side to improve your game. If you are a lefty address the ball from the opposite side for a while. You should have a better swing when you return to your usual stance.

A helpful tip when it comes to golf is to be sure to always try to find the reason why things go wrong if you have a bad day or bad shot. It is common to blame outside factors for your shortcomings, but you will not become a better golfer unless you can narrow down how to improve.

To improve your golf swing, keep your hands low and reduce the height of your follow-through. This reduces the height of your shots, which gives you better control of the ball. Keep your hands low at the finish of your shot to easily reduce the height of your shot trajectory.

Add power to your swing by using your body, not your arms. Lean in to power your shot. Turn with the ball on the downswing. This lets you use the power of all of the muscles in your body to get a better shot, instead of being limited to just your arm muscles.

When you play golf, you want to play fair. It may be tempting to cheat, but a well-played game of golf is a much more enriching experience. These tips will help you get the most out of your golf game without resorting to sneaky tricks. The people you play won't get angry when you beat them; they'll be impressed.


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