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.
Blackmoor Golf Club
Uncover a golfer’s paradise hidden in South Carolina. Tucked away in Murrells Inlet, Blackmoor features a Gary Player design that incorporates Lowcountry splendor and a bit of history. Hit a rogue shot on the 13th, and your ball might land in the old Civil War graveyard that runs parallel to it. Be sure and haunt this long-time Myrtle Beach area favorite on your next trip.
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.
Diamondback Golf Club
Diamondback Golf Club at Woodland Valley is proud to be the only golf course on Highway 9 that is American owned and operated. We understand what the local residents want out of a golf facility; consistently good conditions, great southern hospitality and a fair price. Come out for a round and experience what makes Diamondback Golf Club the best place for “down-home” hospitality and great golf.
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.
Long Bay Golf Club
Jack Nicklaus has other designs, even some just a few miles away. But take any of his projects around the globe and none will compare to Long Bay Golf Club. Set just outside the heart of Myrtle Beach in Longs, this course blends the feel of East and West Coast play, starting with the environment.
Man O’ War is a rare breed of course and a Myrtle Beach original. Quench your thirst for a challenge with 18 holes that all feature some sort of water hazard. Before you start packing waders, you should also know that Man O’ War has some of South Carolina's largest greens, which feature firm and well-conditioned bentgrass.
If you’ve got your sights set on Southern hospitality and service that’s as sweet as the tea, then make your way to Meadowlands Golf Club. Bring your favorite driver and take full advantage of friendly fairways leading to TifEagle greens. Locals love this course, and Golf For Women has given it a spot on its list of Top 100 Courses. There’s phenomenal play for all, so come experience it for yourself.
It’s clear Jack Nicklaus tapped into his clever side when designing Pawleys Plantation. The par 3 13th plays less than 100 yards to a peninsula green surrounded by the marshy waters separating Pawleys Island from the Atlantic Ocean. Catch a bad gust of wind, and you’ll be fishing in your pocket for another ball.
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.
With so many amazing options, choosing which courses to include in your Myrtle Beach golf vacation can be challenging. If you’re basing your decision on playability and quality conditions, you’ll be glad you made time for Sandpiper Bay. This 27-hole layout is a former Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course of the Year award winner and a reigning fan favorite among those who frequent the MiniVerde greens.
Make the most of your Myrtle Beach golf vacation and schedule a tee time at Shaftesbury Glen. The signature of famed architect A. W. Tillinghast is all over this special course. By the end of the day, you might leave your own mark on Shaftesbury – especially if you find yourself trapped in one of its trademark finger bunkers.
The Tradition Club
So few courses provide freedom off the tee. Even fewer do so while combining the luxury and overall feel of Tradition Golf Club in Pawleys Island. Set amid some of the nicest golf courses the Grand Strand has to offer, Tradition holds its place in the Waccamaw Golf Trail with a creative yet simple design that focuses on pristine surfaces, protected greens and a challenging yet playable round unlike many of its regional competitors.
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.
*Please Note – Courses are subject to change and may be added or removed at any time based on the number of participants registered