The 2009 Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course of The Year
Architect Clyde Johnston brings the same traditional look to his 18-hole championship course - elevated greens, picture-perfect traps, wide-flowing fairways, demanding doglegs, tantalizing Par 3s, and long Par 5's. From stone-gated entrance to Olde English clubhouse, all evokes the spirit of Shaftesbury, England - the project's namesake . . . just 15 minutes from the heart of Restaurant Row off Hwy 22.
|2008 Grande Dunes|
Clubhouse, locker rooms, driving range, putting green, beverage cart on course, no coolers allowed.
17 South to Wachesaw Plantation East entrance to River Wood Dr.
2006 Burning Ridge
2005 TPC of Myrtle Beach
Located in Murrells Inlet, SC. From Myrtle Beach take Highway 17 south to Highway 707, turn right. Go approx. 3 miles to entrance on left.
2004 Indian Wells
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This Gene Hamm course includes the incredible 410 yard Par 4 ninth hole that is part of the Grand Strand's "Dream 18". Water on 15 of the 18 holes. An unusual blend of sand, water and trees combine to make this a "Must Play" course. Bermuda greens.
Pro shop, driving range, putting green, snack bar, rental equipment
On Highway 17 South approximately 9 miles south of Highway 501
2003 International World Tour
2002 Wild Wing Plantation
On 501 West, approximately 7 miles west of 17 Bypass.
Pro shop, driving range, putting green, snack bar, equipment rental, lessons.
From Myrtle Beach take Highway 17 south to Murrels Inlet, turn right on Highway 707, then 3.5 miles on the left.
2000 Tradition Club
Set among the rolling terrain of a 16th century plantation, is a Ron Garl course designed in the tradition of the great courses from around the world. Test your power on large landing areas that allow for big swings off the tee and your accuracy against well-guarded greens that require precise shot making. Combined with exceptional beauty, it's a course that is as enjoyable to play as it is challenging.
The Tradition Golf Club was Ranked 4 1/2 Stars by Golf Digest in 2008, voted
Pro shop, snack bar, lessons, large practice area with a 43,000 square foot putting green.
To get there from Myrtle Beach go South on Highway 17 to Litchfield Resort, approximately 20 miles. Turn right at the signal.
1999 Bay Tree Plantation (now closed)
1998 Arrowhead Country Club
Arrowhead was recently awarded SC's Golf Course of the Year (1998). Ask about our special programs for Juniors. *Non-metal spikes required.
Pro shop, Driving Range, Putting Green, Snack Bar, Cocktails, Coolers Allowed, Non-Metal Spikes Required
Arrowhead is conveniently located five minutes from the Myrtle Beach International Airport. On Burcale Rd. by Freestyle Music Park off Hwy. 501.
1996 MBN King's North
Snack Bar, Lounge, Putting Green, Driving Range, Beverage Cart, Lessons, Club Fitting, no personal coolers.
Seven miles west of Myrtle Beach on Highway 501.
Five of the Myrtle Beach regional winners also captured the state award; Burning Ridge, TPC, Wild Wing, Tradition, Arrowhead and King’s North. World Tour was named as the national “Golf Course of the Year.”