Guide to 2022 Golf in Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach continues to establish itself as a global golf haven. Each spring, the anticipation of a new playing season brews. Players are ready for another outstanding spring and summer of play.
From the state border to points south, this region is rich with golf.
Courses here have coveted the feather in their caps of being on best-of lists. Honors aren’t hard to find. We’ve compiled this list of all aspects of the sport, from courses to shopping to dining.
Tips to Get Ready for Golf Season
No more swinging your clubs behind your office desk. It’s time to toss the clubs in the trunk and get down to the Grand Strand. Here’s some advice.
- Treat Yourself
Mark your return to the links with new pants, shirts, and shorts. Did you know there are shirts with SPF protection, and waterproof pants and jackets?
Give your muscles some grace (and warmup) — a golf swing on a golf course is tough to replicate if you’re not playing! Spend extra time swinging and stretching on the range before you approach the first tee.
- Survey Your Gear
How are your grips looking? Are those shafts good still for your swing? Assess everything from your shoes to your clubs to your golf balls. (And add tees and a fresh towel to your bag.)
Myrtle Beach Golf Guide
This list could go on for days. Here are the highlights.
WHERE TO SHOP (AND LEARN)
Look sharp, play smart. Is there any other way to hit the Grand Strand?
PGA TOUR Superstore
You’ll love their reasonable prices and selection. Pick up a few William Murray shirts to make a splash on the course this spring. You can also buy online and pick up your order curbside.
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They have gear and apparel, plus fittings, lessons, and repairs. You’ll get the pro treatment when you deal with this knowledgeable, friendly staff.
Club Champion: Even the most seasoned players will find wisdom in the lessons and value in the inventory.
WHERE TO EAT
We picked spots that’ll give you a good post-round culinary adventure. You’ve earned it.
Margaritaville Restaurant – Myrtle Beach
American fare and tropical drinks abound in this island-vibe eatery. You’ll get rock-star service, delicious food, and a good dose of Jimmy Buffet music, of course. Check in online after you wrap up your round to get your table.
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Greg Norman Australian Grille
The Shark’s place serves up Aussie favorites and steak, right on the waterfront. Drinks, dinner, pre-round and post-round, it’s the place to be.
VISIT GREG NORMAN AUSTRALIAN GRILLE
Carolina Roadhouse: Both bustling and laid-back. This lodge has an awesome menu and ambiance.
WHERE TO PLAY
Paradise, heaven, utopia … yep, some lofty terms will come to mind when you play here. And they’re all worthy.
Pine Lakes Country Club
One of the Grand Strand’s finest courses, Pine Lakes is always in shape, and always an experience. It’s one of those courses that keeps its luster even in the offseason. It has history, beauty, and a sensational Robert White design.
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Myrtlewood Golf Club
If you’re looking for a challenge, this gorgeous course fits the bill. Check out recent renovations to the Palmetto and PineHills courses.
Arrowhead Country Club: Impeccable conditions, amazing staff, incredible experience awaits.
WHERE TO STAY
You can’t beat the location, right on the beach and close to excellent dining options such as Angus Steakhouse and Seafood, The Barrel Sports Bar & Grill, and Angelo’s Steak and Pasta. You’ll find clean, beautiful pools and hot tubs, and the beach is steps away. You have plenty of room for a bit of serenity after a day on the course.
So many travelers love it here, with awesome pools (some heated!) and an award-winning spa on-site. Book a nice suite for your playing group here.
North Beach Resort and Villas: Playing in North Myrtle? Want to escape to a bit more tranquility? This resort delivers in big ways.