Host Golf Courses
Aberdeen Country Club is a 27-hole Scottish "links-style" course. Aberdeen offers a variety of challenges along the way, highlighted by water hazards on 23 of the 27 holes. Designed by Tom Jackson, the beautiful courses on property hug the Waccamaw riverfront preserve and allow golfers to enjoy a unique secluded feel during their round.
Arrowhead Country Club caters to players intent on playing the most attractive and well-maintained courses. The Cypress, Lakes and Waterway nines are three perfectly groomed layouts with fresh MiniVerde greens for superior putting surfaces. Spend time soaking up this beauty on your next trip to Myrtle Beach.
Barefoot Love Course
The Love Course at Barefoot Resort embraces a tradition of Lowcountry character in his latest design. The Love Course is highlighted by wide open fairways and generous landing areas paired with treacherous green complexes that create an unforgettable round of golf.
With 18 holes winding through the Carolina pines, the Championship course at Crown Park Golf Club surrounds players with unspoiled natural beauty while presenting ample challenges to beginners and seasoned golfers alike. This second-shot course with absolutely zero housing also makes for a great final test as you wind down your golf vacation.
With nearly as much sand as the nearby beach, Long Bay may tempt you to wear flip-flops. But stick to your spikes as you take on the challenging 10th, a par 4 with a fairway surrounded by waste bunker. Enough about the hazards – Long Bay also has some of the area's fastest greens. Combine that with the fact that this is one of two courses in the Myrtle Beach area designed by Jack Nicklaus, and you've got more than enough to keep players returning year after year.
Only a collaboration between Pete and P.B. Dye could produce a course as challenging yet rewarding as Prestwick Country Club. It has all the hallmarks of a Dye design – railroad ties, pot bunkers and rolling greens – and rivals some of the best layouts in the country. Discover why Golf Digest called Prestwick one of the top five best-kept secrets in Myrtle Beach.
River Club embodies all things Lowcountry – Spanish moss, rare wildlife and, of course, exquisite golf. Borrowing inspiration from the South Carolina marshes, every hole here features water in some shape or form. Discover what makes this risky course all reward at the end of the day.
Rivers Edge might be situated on the North Strand, but this Arnold Palmer-designed course is certainly worth the few extra miles of driving. It lives up to its name with seven holes, including the last four, that play along the Shallotte River. Golf Digest has ranked Rivers Edge among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses.
The Tradition Club is a beautiful Ron Garl designed course set in the heart of a South Carolina Lowcountry golf community. Rolling fairways call to golfers off the tee, and the well manicured greens welcome a well-struck golf shot with open arms.
*Please Note – Courses are subject to change and may be added or removed at any time based on the number of participants registered