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Myrtle Beach Golf Courses

Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand are host to nearly 80 golf courses! Book a golf vacation at Landmark Resort to stay in the hub of the Golf Capital of the world.

Learn more about area golf courses with our Myrtle Beach course guide below or Get a FREE Quick Quote > 

Call the resort golf director at 843-491-9439 for course selections, preferred tee times, and package options.

The Dunes Golf And Beach Club

The Dunes Club is one of Robert Trent Jones’ first designs and a highly regarded course in Myrtle Beach.

The Dunes Club has hosted numerous events over the years including the PGA Tour, Senior Tour, LPGA, and WGA. “Waterloo,” the course’s legendary hole 13, brings Lake Singleton into play and is regarded as one of the best golf holes in the world.

Although the course is private, guests of the Landmark Resort have the opportunity to play it. This championship course uses the sandy, rolling landscape to challenge all players, so bring your “A” game!

Arcadian Shores

Just north of Landmark Resort, Arcadian Shores is a unique golf course that appeals to every skill level.

Just over 6,800 yards from the tips, this Rees Jones designed course offers distinct contouring, tree-lined fairways and enticing lakes. Its 64 deviously placed pot bunkers will challenge your ability to keep the ball in the fairway.

Plus, there are four different tees to choose from, so every player can set their own difficulty level.


Ranked 27th on Golf Magazines “Top 100 Courses You Can Play,” Caledonia is simply a beautiful course built on an old rice plantation.

With majestic oaks towering over many holes, the course is well-kept to the point you’ll feel like you’re playing on a course that could host a future PGA Championship.

At 6,526 yards, players of all abilities will have an opportunity to shoot a lower score. Overall, the course is known to have 18 signature holes with each hole beautifully radiating beneath a warm Myrtle Beach sun. Caledonia is well worth every penny and is one course every Myrtle Beach golfer should play.

Long Bay Club

Ranked one of the top courses in South Carolina, Long Bay is the type of course you come to Myrtle Beach to play.

This Jack Nicklaus design is as beautiful as it is challenging.The scenic views, pot bunkers that sit innocently next to the greens and massive water hazards add to an already challenging golf course.

The signature 10th hole appears to be ripped straight out of the TPC at Scottsdale, a well-known stop on the PGA tour. With a waste area running down both sides of the fairway, there is little room for error on the short par four.

Every hole adds a little extra to your round, which is why Long Bay is one of the most popular public courses in Myrtle Beach!

TPC Of Myrtle Beach


Looking for a true PGA Tour experience? Then look no further than the Tournament Players Club of Myrtle Beach located in Murrells Inlet.

South of Landmark Resort, this elegantly designed and well-groomed 18-hole course will challenge every golfer. The course is open to the public and provides the opportunity for any age or skilled player to have a go at it.

The TPC of Myrtle Beach has been listed in Golfweek Magazine as one of the “Best You Can Play in South Carolina.” After the game, stop by TPC’s grill to enjoy breathtaking views of the 18th green with your breakfast or lunch.

If you want to channel your inner PGA tour professional then this is the course for you.

Myrtlewood Palmetto

Nearly 20 minutes north of the Landmark Resort sits one Myrtle Beach's best golf courses. One of two courses offered at Myrtlewood, Palmetto is an 18 hole course that offers plenty of open fairways, beautiful views and par-saving opportunities.

Palmetto brings water hazards into play on almost every hole from start to finish. However, the course is open with very few tree lined fairways.

The Tifdwarf Bermuda grass greens are well-maintained and offer players plenty of makeable putts. Picturesque views of the Intracoastal waterway is just one reason why Palmetto is one of the most re-played courses in Myrtle Beach.

After one visit there, you’ll find yourself coming back to play it again next year.

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