According to Golf Digest, Myrtle Beach is home to seven of America’s 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses. The Myrtle Beach area offers the game’s greatest selection of quality and value, according to a National Golf Foundation survey of traveling golfers.

The Grand Strand is one of the world’s most popular golf destination, playing more than 2 million rounds annually. Often referred to as the Golf Coast Capitol of the World the Grand Strand boasts more than 75 championship courses, including 50 of the 4 star and above variety.

To get more information about each of Myrtle Beach’s seventy-five plus championship courses just use the follow course link. Enjoy your visit to Myrtle Beach and when you are ready to get pricing for your trip be sure to use our request a quote link or call us direct and talk to one of our representatives. 888-479-4301. 

Featured Locations

Hilton Head
From the day the first course was born on Hilton Head in 1961 to today, the island golf community has always valued quality over quantity - a belief that has earned Hilton Head the reputation as "the Golf Island."
Jacksonville/St Augustine
Florida' First Coast of Golf offers a wonderful diversity of courses, some ranked among the best in the world including the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass.
Jekyll Island
Some of the nation’s most acclaimed golf course designers- such as Donald Ross, Walter Travis, Dick Wilson and Joe Lee- have used the Island’s natural landscape to create masterful course designs emphasized by spectacular scenery.
Kiawah Island
For an unsurpassed golf experience, play on the five legendary courses at Kiawah Island Golf Resort, designed by five legendary architects: Pete Dye, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Fazio, Gary Player, and Clyde Johnston.
Myrtle Beach
The Golf Coast Capitol of the World is home to seven of America's 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses according to Golf Digest. The Grand Strand is rated as one of the top ten golf destinations in the World.
With a multitude of stunning courses designed by the likes of Nicklaus, Dye, and Fazio, Orlando offers golfers an exclusive golfing experience not found anywhere else.
The Cradle of American Golf - Where golf in the US began
Where the game of Golf Began
St Andrews Scotland
Scotland, the "Home of Golf" Picture the moment. Standing on the first tee of the Old Course, 600 years of history and innovation plays out in front of you. You feel excited, tense and sentimental all at once and now, it’s your turn.
Wisconsin is ranked tenth in the number of public courses and with the develop of Whistling Straits, Blackwolf Run and several other high profile courses along its eastern corridor Wisconsin today is recognized as one of the the top golfer destination is the country.