Just inland from the Myrtle Beach coast, Arcadian Shores truly has the feel of a low country golf experience, and with five tee boxes available, golfers of any skill level will feel right at home.
The Fazio Course combines European-style course aspects along with Lowcountry landscape for a unique golf experience that is sure to be a memorable links experience.
Extensive tree cover from live oaks and pines create pathways that golfers must carefully navigate.
Myrtle Beach Golf Central invites you to browse all of the Grand Strand's Golf Courses that have helped to make us become known as the "Golf Capital of the World!
" *All Courses Bolivia Calabash Conway Garden city Georgetown Little River Longs Loris Myrtle Beach Murrells Inlet North Myrtle Beach Ocean Isle Pawleys Island Shallotte Sunset Beach Aberdeen Country Club allows golfers to enjoy traditional Scottish course design with a fantastic 27-hole layout sculpted by Tom Jackson.
James Ward takes a detailed look and lists the Top 5 modern era links players.
I first sampled the Gleneagles experience around thirteen years ago, I loved it then and the love affair deepened after my short visit last month when we stayed and played at “The Glorious Playground” in the height of mid summer.
Golf Digest has awarded Aberdeen with their prestigious four star rating, and it's easy to see why after playing a round here.
Located on the northern end of the Grand Strand, Aberdeen will challenge golfers with water on 24 of 27 holes and the three distinct nine-hole courses (Woodlands, Meadows and Highlands) can be booked in different ways to provide unique experiences each time out.
You're sure to enjoy the fact that Azalea Sands is a golf course only, which means no homes or backyards there to disrupt the enjoyment and pace of your round.
Equal amounts of gorgeous scenery and treacherous hazards await at the Dye Course at Barefoot Resort.
Davis Love III designed his course at Barefoot Resort to capitalize on the Lowcountry environment naturally present in the area.