Host Golf Courses
The below facilities are proud to host our US Military. Take a look at the great courses!
Aberdeen Country Club
Leave behind the traffic and crowds of Myrtle Beach and treat yourself to the serenity and feel of the old Scottish golfing tradition on Aberdeen Country Club Golf Course’s 27-hole links-style course. The course is modeled after the Royal Aberdeen Golf Club, Scotland's sixth oldest golf course.
The virtues of Azalea Sands are readily apparent. The course, located in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is located less than a half-mile from the Atlantic Ocean, making it easily accessible whether you are taking a golf trip or a family beach vacation (did we mention kids play free at Azalea Sands?). With wide fairways and no housing anywhere throughout the property, Azalea Sands makes being player-friendly its top priority.
Burning Ridge first opened in 1980, when the Myrtle Beach area was emerging as a prominent golfing destination. In the years since, its combination of quality course conditions and a Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association Course of the Year award have only bolstered Burning Ridge’s reputation for providing outstanding play.
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.
Located in quaint, quiet Pawleys Island, America’s oldest seaside resort, the Founders Club at Pawleys Island immediately impresses you with the striking beauty of the 9th hole, the first hole you see as you enter the golf club. A beautiful, well-laid-out hole, it makes a strong statement and sparks the most comments from visitors. And it sets the tone for what is to come.
Hackler Golf Course
How could a Gene Hamm-designed course get even better? A renovation led by renowned architect Craig Schreiner certainly doesn’t hurt. A state-of-the-art practice facility, exquisite décor and completely remade greens featuring MiniVerde Bermuda grass all contribute to a heightened level of quality at the Hackler Course.
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. In fact, the par 3 14th has an island green. Discover what makes this risky course all reward at the end of the day.
River Hills is a nice addition to any Myrtle Beach golf package. There are no parallel holes, creating the sense that you are alone on the course, and the layout and conditioning are always very good. The property has elevation changes that are unusual for a golf course, adding to its appeal to visit on a Myrtle Beach golf vacation.
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. Many visitors to Myrtle Beach agree it’s a can’t-miss.
Sea Trail Byrd
What’s behind door number 3? It’s the Willard Byrd Course, arguably the best of the three layouts at Sea Trail Resort. Come play it and see where you’d rank it. You may find it a little challenging, but a lack of forced carries and room to drive the ball make it extremely playable from the white tees.
The Pearl Golf Links is tucked quietly on the banks of the Brunswick coastal marshland in the heart of Calabash, North Carolina, and just a short drive from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Dan Maples masterfully designed The Pearl golf course in 1987, framing the course with the natural beauty of the woods and marshes of the Calabash River. The Pearl golf course challenges golfers at all skill levels while showcasing the spectacular 900-acre marsh surroundings.
Named for the original Thistle Golf Club in Leith, Scotland, which opened in the early 1800s, this Tim Cate course does its namesake justice. Golfers vacationing in Myrtle Beach can get a true taste of the Old Country on the wide fairways and in the clubhouse, which features 200-year-old memorabilia straight from the Thistle Club’s heritage. Save some airfare and experience historically great golf right here in South Carolina.
It’s the eye of the tiger, it’s the thrill of the flight. Tiger’s Eye has gained national acclaim — and for good reason. It probably has something to do with the stunning visuals created by architect Tim Cate. TifEagle greens and lakes lined with coquina boulders will have you sending pictures to make your friends jealous.
True Blue Golf Club
Ranked in Golf Magazine’s “2019 Top 100 Resorts in North America for Buddies Trips” list, True Blue Golf Club represents the class of the expansive golf offerings in and around Myrtle Beach. The dramatic, fun layout is known for its vast fairways, undulating greens and impressive elevation changes. The rolling terrain and native vegetation of this once thriving indigo and rice plantation makes for one of the most spectacular settings in golf.
Wachesaw Plantation East has hosted four LPGA tournaments, bringing Annika Sorenstam and Karrie Webb, a two-time winner, to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The course that has tested some of the game’s legends is an ideal addition to any Myrtle Beach golf vacation. Wachesaw is built on land that was once home to a thriving rice plantation, and the rolling fairways, tidal swamps and natural wetlands made it an ideal canvas for a superb golf course.
Mature tree-lined fairways wind amid the giant oaks and shimmering lakes of a former Carolina rice plantation, creating an extraordinarily challenging “country club” golf experience. While it’s popular for courses today to tweak their design, open for play in 1966, the course has maintained its original features, including player friendly greenside pathways for bump and run approach shots.
Great things happen when a former U.S. Open winner and a legendary architect decide to partner up. Larry Nelson and Jeff Brauer were able to make magic happen with the Avocet Course at Wild Wing. No Myrtle Beach golf vacation is complete without playing the course's dual fairways and the par 4, 308-yard 14th hole.
South Creek is an Arnold Palmer signature design and the favorite among its members. With just 6,400 yards from the back tees, South Creek challenges golfers to focus on accuracy not distance with each shot. Finesse is required by every golfer with its guarded tif-eagle greens and protected waste areas, as it winds through wetlands and hardwood forests. A distinctly different design than Myrtle Beach National’s other two courses, SouthCreek provides its own unique round of golf. In 2004, this spectacular blend of national and man-made challenges was voted among the “Top 100 in America” by Golf for Women.
*Please Note – Courses are subject to change and may be added or removed at any time based on the number of participants registered