Arcadian Shores Golf Club

710 Hilton Road, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

Prestwick Country Club

1001 Links Rd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575

Wachesaw Plantation East

911 Riverwood Road, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576

International Club

1560 International Club Blvd, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576

Rivers Edge Golf Club

2000 Arnold Palmer Dr, Shallotte, NC 28470

DiamondBack Golf Club At Woodland Valley

615 Log Cabin Rd, Loris, SC 29569

Sandpiper Bay Golf & Country Club

800 N Sandpiper Club Dr, Sunset Beach, NC 28468

Brunswick Plantation & Golf Resort

 330 S Middleton Dr NW, Calabash, NC 28467

Lockwood Folley Country Club

19 Clubhouse Dr SW, Supply, NC 28462

Myrtle Beach Golf

The golf industry along the Grand Strand, known globally as Myrtle Beach Golf, accounts for roughly four million rounds annually, and contributes millions of dollars into the local economy. Golf’s peak seasons are Spring and Fall for the traveling golfer, with Spring begin the longest and busiest. Locals can be found on the course year-round.

Spring & Fall Seasons

Vacation golfers begin showing up by mid February and provide a steady flow of rounds through late May. Over the past few years we’ve seen the peak of the Spring season slide from March and April to April and May. Some late winter ice storms may have bee the reason golfers began booking their rounds later in the Spring. Fall season begin in September and Peaks in October with a few vacation rounds being played well into November.

For the Locals

Golf is the reason many of us became locals. Many golfers who have traveled to our area to play often choose to make this a  permanent home for the year-round season. We’re seeing an increase in local play…something the courses welcome.

For More Golf News and Information See TGD Magazine

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Featured In The Spring 2018 Issue of TGD Magazine