Myrtlewood Golf Club


Myrtlewood Golf Club is home to two championship golf courses, Pine Hills and The Palmetto, which are set along the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway in the heart of Myrtle Beach. Since its opening in 1966, Myrtlewood’s commitment to great golf, superior customer service and top-notch facilities has made it a Grand Strand favorite.



The Pine Hills Course is the first and only design along the Grand Strand by award-winning architect Arthur Hills. It was formerly known as The Pines, but renamed Pine Hills in 1993, when Hills redesigned it. The Pine Hills course is routed along the same path as its predecessor, but Hills’ skillful use of mounding and strategically placed water hazards gave the course a completely different feel. Pine Hills was on Golf Digest’s list of nominations for “Best New Resort Course” after its redesign and was a finalist to host the Tour Championship for the Senior PGA Tour when the event was held in Myrtle Beach. In 1997, Pine Hills was named one of Golf Digest’s Top Ten Courses in Myrtle Beach.



The Palmetto Course, a classic Edmund B. Ault design, features generous fairways lined with pine trees and magnificent views of the Intracoastal Waterway. Palmetto at Myrtlewood Golf Club has been a consistent favorite of Grand Strand golfers for nearly two generations, earning continuous rankings as one of the top repeat-play courses in Myrtle Beach.

This highly popular course maintains optimal playing conditions throughout the year and is always ready to offer a challenge to golfers of all skill levels. Palmetto’s traditional design offers accommodating Bermuda fairways that slope gently through old growth pines. Stretching out along the Intracoastal Waterway, the course serves up a variety of hazards and bunkers to test your shot-making abilities as you play your way onto the large, subtly undulating Tifdwarf Bermuda greens.

1500 48TH Avenue North
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577