Top 6 Interesting Golf Courses for Your Fall Myrtle Beach Vacation
With over 100 golf courses across the Grand Strand, you might be wondering which golf courses are the best and most interesting to play during your Myrtle Beach vacation. Here is our run-down of the top 6 most interesting golf courses for your fall Myrtle Beach vacation, selected by local golfers.
Arcadian Shores Golf Club
Arcadian Shores is a classic old-style golf course designed by Rees Jones. It’s a forgiving course with plenty of live oaks and lakes to give you just enough of a challenge while not using every club in the bag. It’s been named a great course for low handicappers.
Moorland at Legends
Moorland at Legends is a beautiful course with a distinctive Scottish/English style. Designed by P.B. Dye, this course is challenging with quite a few blind shots to contend with.
Caledonia Fish & Golf Club
Caledonia is a great course if you want to bring your short game. It was the first course designed by the late Mike Strantz. This course features beautiful floral areas, creative greens and a rustic feel that is a joy to play.
TPC at Prince Creek
TPC at Prince Creek was designed by Tom Fazio and is one of the most challenging courses on the Grand Strand. It’s so challenging that you’ll need every club in your bag to make it through this super difficult course. This is an excellent course for golfers who love the ultimate challenge.
Love Course at Barefoot Resort
This course was designed by Davis Love III and offers unique views on every hole. It’s a very challenging course that will have you pulling most of your clubs throughout its 18 holes. It also has the distinction of being one of the most photographed courses in the world, particularly the 4th hole. The 4th hole features a replica of an old run-down southern plantation that is quite famous.
Pine Lakes International Golf Club
No discussion of top courses would be complete without mentioning “The Granddaddy” Pine Lakes. Opened in 1927, this is the oldest operating course in the Myrtle Beach area. It was the launch place of Sports Illustrated Magazine and houses the Myrtle Beach Golf Hall of Fame in its clubhouse. This course is fun to play and interesting from its history alone.
These top 6 most interesting golf courses for your fall Myrtle Beach vacation were selected by local golfers in the know. We know you’ll have a blast playing these great courses when you come down for your golf vacation with us in Myrtle Beach!