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True Blue Golf Pawleys Island

True Blue Golf Pawleys Island

True Blue opened in 1998 with rave reviews. Mike Strantz created True Blue to echo the characteristics of Pine Valley and Pinehurst #2. For his efforts at True Blue and Caledonia, Strantz was named “Architect of the Year” in...
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Lion’s Paw Golf Course

Lion's Paw terrain is partially tree-lined along a rolling topography, with mounds and slopes along the fairways and greenside. The putting surfaces are generally small and mildly sloping and the greens were updated to MiniVerde in 2011. Land in regulation...
Leopards Chase Golf

Leopards Chase Golf Club

Leopards Chase North Myrtle Elite Favorite! Leopard’s Chase is destined to take its rightful place among the truly elite courses in the region. Leopard’s Chase (18-hole, par-72, 7155 yards).  Featuring dramatic elevation changes, a par 3 island green and a spectacular waterfall fronting the...
Southcreek Myrtle Beach Golf

Southcreek Golf Club

SouthCreek is an Arnold Palmer gem that winds through a magnificent setting of coastal wetlands and hardwood forests. Most golfers findSouthCreek to be the "finess" course of the three courses at National. At just over 6400 yards from the back tees, SouthCreek requires less distance but...
Legends Moorland Tee-time Deals

Moorland Golf

Legends Moorland course is fun to play because it is different than traditional course with a Par of 72. The challenge at Moorland rests primarily with its greens, which are among the largest and most undulating in SC. This...
Witch Golf Course Reviews

The Witch Golf Reviews

The Witch sits comfortably in the middle class in terms of price and difficulty. But this isn't your average Myrtle Beach Golf Course. From an overall golf experience, it overachieves, thanks to getting it right around the details both...
Barefoot Golf Club Course Reviews

Barefoot Golf Courses

The Barefoot Golf Club in Myrtle Beach are popular Myrtle Beach "Golf Picks" that golfers love playing. These 4 courses are located in North Myrtle Beach. The Barefoot four represents courses designed by Tom Fazio, Pete Dye, and Greg Norman...
Pearl West Golf Course Reviews

Pearl West Golf Club

Quality golf courses that is very challenging and always in great condition. Located along a waterway with majestic views of Calabash River. The Pearl East and West courses are on my “A-list”. Tee boxes are lush and green, greens...
Burning Ridge Myrtle Beach Golf Reviews

Burning Ridge Golf Club

Burning Ridge is a nice course and well maintained, not too busy, wide fairways, long par 3 (200 yards), very difficult green due to where the hole has been placed. The course has great doglegs left and right and enough...
Indian Wells Golf Myrtle Beach

Indian Wells Golf

Both the appearance and layout of Indian Wells Golf Club have made a lasting impression on golfers, whose shot-making skills are put to the test by this 18-hole layout that offers plenty of high risk-reward opportunities. Originally designed by...

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