Now, THAT’S pretty.
We’re not talking about your approach (too much arm rotation, too early, but that’s fixable.) We’re talking about Myrtle Beach’s most scenic courses. And there are plenty to choose from.
We know we don’t play a course just for the aesthetics, but we have to admit, these five sure are gorgeous. Check out the 5 most scenic courses in Myrtle Beach Golf!
Barefoot Resort & Golf Love Course, North Myrtle Beach
Davis Love III’s design draws from Carolina experience and Pinehurst influence. Traditional with a Lowcountry feel, this course features beautiful green complexes. It’s a challenge to the experienced player and enjoyable for the average Joe.
What they’re saying about Barefoot:
“We loved this course! Beautiful conditions and very scenic. Best of the six courses we played. You will not be disappointed.”
Susan K., on Google
Grande Dunes Resort Club, Myrtle Beach
Perched on a high bluff overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway, this course exudes beauty. It features wide Bermuda grass fairways that give way to vast contoured greens. It’s intimidating to play at times, but the breathtaking views soften the blow.
What they’re saying about Grande Dunes:
“We LOVE this course! My husband played the whites and said it was challenging yet fun. I played the greens (AKA the reds) and had a great time. I am not a great player, but did very well! We can’t wait to play it again.”
– Lorraine S., on Google
Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, Pawleys Island
Renowned for elegance, Caledonia is home to centuries-old live oaks and dazzling flowers. Even when you don’t play, you’ll want to have dinner at a clubhouse overlooking the Lowcountry. It’s that rare gem that has 18 legitimate signature holes, it’s so picturesque.
What they’re saying about Caledonia:
“This place is great. My favorite finishing hole ever. Love sitting on the patio watching people hit in. So many great views and a great golf course.”
– Jason S., on Google
The Dunes Golf & Beach Club, Myrtle Beach
Legend Lee Travino has expressed his love for this course, which names each hole. No. 13, Waterloo, is famous, with Lake Singleton in play and an abrupt dogleg right. Robert Trent Jones designed this masterpiece, and his son, Rees, oversaw its renovations.
What they’re saying about The Dunes:
“Had a guest tee time arranged by my club pro. Staff was hospitable, and the course was amazing. It has very difficult bunker placement, creating difficult approach shots. The greens are firm and fast. It’s a great challenge, I cannot wait to play again.”
Benjamin Y., on Google
Willbrook Plantation, Pawleys Island
This Dan Maples design meanders through two plantations, one dating to the 1700s. A natural design, it melds with Lowcountry marshes, natural grasses, and wetlands. Add in incredible wildlife, and this is a safari and a golf experience in one.
What they’re saying about Willbrook:
“I love this course. It’s lady friendly, well-maintained with lush fairways and tight greens. Pro shop and attendants are super nice. Many trees covered in Spanish moss, beautiful flowers and great history. Historic markers are around the course, and I learn something every time I play.”
Rebecca B., on Google