We have put together a listing of the best Myrtle Beach golf communities and golf courses to enjoy near the Strand. All of these prestigious neighborhoods offer an opportunity to buy Myrtle Beach golf course property. If available click on the links below each golf course to view all of the homes for sale in each golf course community updated daily.
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DeBordieu is one of the premier oceanfront communities near Myrtle Beach. It's a privategated community of 2700 acres, with a golf course designed by Pete and P.B. Dye. DeBordieu values its protected natural environs and its exclusive, low-key coastal hideaway. And the DeBordieu Club course has received countless awards, ranking among the top layouts in the state.
The Reserve is a 700 acre gated community with private access to the beach and river, walking/biking trails, a swim complex, and tennis. There is also the Reserve Harbor Marina, 27 miles from the ocean on a protected basin off the Waccamaw River .
The Reserve Golf Club at Litchfield is the only private non-equity golf club on the Strand. It advertises a no-benches, no-signage, no-rough, no-waiting policy. There are private club membership opportunities.
The private community of Wachesaw Plantation is situated upon an historic plantation set over the Waccamaw River. It's one of the premier golf club communities on the East Coast, located just minutes south of Myrtle Beach near Litchfield Beach and Pawleys Island.
The Wachesaw Golf Club is presently one of only two private, member-owned golf clubs on the Grand Strand. It was the No. 1 course in Myrtle Beach when it opened in 1986, according to Golf Digest at the time.
The semi-private golf community at Prestwick is a premier gated community. It showcases more than 600 homesites including Wynfield, Highgrove and Manchester Place . Features include a plantation style Clubhouse with a restaurant and a pro shop, a Tennis and Swim Center and an 18 hole golf course designed by Pete and P.B. Dye. The course has Scottish berms, deep pot bunkers, lakes and rolling greens.
The gated golf course community of Wachesaw Plantation East is in the scenic fishing village of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina , 20 minutes south of the Myrtle Beach International Airport . Its Ellington is an Interval International Five Star Resort, with easy access to the beach, restaurants, shopping and entertainment.
The Wachesaw Plantation East Golf Club is a championship eighteen-hole facility. Like so many of the courses in the Myrtle Beach area, it's built on the site of a former rice plantation. Designed by Clyde Johnson, the course is carved out of gently rolling terrain, a heavily wooded course that can challenge golfers of all skill levels.
The last master-planned community on the Waccamaw Neck is Prince Creek, the community surrounding the TPC of Myrtle Beach golf course. The community enjoys state-of-the-art health care facilities including a nearby wellness center and new hospital, and the fishing village of Murrell 's Inlet offers a variety of restaurants and quaint shops.
Barefoot Resort & Golf features a collection of unique villa and townhome neighborhoods, four award-winning golf courses, and unparalleled resort-style amenities. Each course was designed by one of Greg Norman, Pete Dye, Davis Love III, and Tom Fazio.
To get to Barefoot Resort & Golf from Myrtle Beach , travel north on Bus. 17 North. Completely pass Barefoot Landing, and turn left at the first light by the Barefoot Resort sign.
Marcliffe is a new, un-gated community situated on the Blackmoor, a Gary Player Signature Golf Course. Just off of U.S. 707 near Murrells Inlet, Marcliffe offers two- and three-bedroom golf villas.
Located in the Cherry Grove section of North Myrtle Beach , the Tidewater offers a wide variety of homes, vacation villas and homesites, and world-class golf packages. Their semi-private golf course is an award-winning Ken Tomlinson natural, rated #39 in the world by Golf Magazine.
One of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Myrtle Beach , Grande Dunes is a 2,200-acre master-planned community that offers one private and one semi-private golf course.
The Grande Dunes Ocean Club is 25,000 square feet of Mediterranean architecture, complete with a dazzlingly dramatic entrance portico, a gleaming mahogany bar, rich wood-paneled walls, and floor-to-ceiling Palladian windows looking out onto the magnificent pool and the ocean beyond.
The Indigo Creek Golf Club is in the very heart of the Grand Strand's "Low Country" plantation area in Murrells Inlet, just 10 minutes south of Myrtle Beach . Designed by William Byrd, it's set among giant oaks and flowing creeks, and has lots of wildlife.
There are four Legends Golf Resorts in South Carolina. There is the Heritage Plantation of Pawleys Island, and then at Myrtle Beach there are Heathland Legends, Moorland Legends, and Parkland Legends. For directions to the courses, click on the following links:
The Dunes Golf and Beach Club dates back to the 1940's, when a group of leading Myrtle Beach citizens consulted the famous golf course architect Robert Trent Jones. His style is evident in the long tees, well-defined fairway traps to give the player a target off the tee, and huge, elevated greens. The course is semi-private.
The Pine Lakes International Country Club is the oldest golf course in Myrtle Beach . This is the semi-private golf course that saw the founding of Sports Illustrated Magazine, which had its birth in the clubhouse.
The course at the Surf Golf and Beach Club is a challenging 1960 George Cobb design. This semi-private course along the Grand Strand has been a favorite for over 40 years.
The Shaftesbury Glen Golf and Fish Club is for a different kind of experience. It's located just 10 minutes from the heart of Restaurant Row and offers a superb fishing venue along the Waccamaw River . The course was designed by renowned golf course architect Clyde Johnston.
This semi-private Jack Nicklaus Signature Course has a rare design where beauty combines with masterful architecture. Wide green fairways lead to greens guarded by natural hazards like the Pawleys Island salt marsh and the barrier island beyond.
Carved from the site of two Carolina plantations at the south end of the Grand Strand, Willbrook winds its way amid a centuries-old oak forest . Willbrook often advertises its appeal for women - "Golf for Women" lists it in its top 50 courses.
Awarded South Carolina 's "Golf Course of the Year" in 2000, the Tradition has well-guarded greens that require precise shot making. Located among the rolling terrain of a 16th century plantation, adjacent to the Willbrook community in Litchfield Beach , the Tradition is often celebrated as a favorite of the ladies.
The Myrtlewood Golf Club in the heart of Myrtle Beach features two award-winning courses, the PineHills Course and the Palmetto Course. Designed by Arthur Hills and Edmund B. Ault respectively, they are among the very favorite courses along the Strand . The golf courses are lined with villas and condos, and there are homes in Plantation Pointe that overlook both courses.
World Tour is the Grand Strand's most unusual and unique golf complex, with 27 holes that appeal to a golfer's wildest dreams. There are golf holes inspired by the great courses of the world, enabling golfers to experience many of the world's great styles in a single stay. There are golf villas and condos being built on this course, and Centex Homes is building Berkshire Forest , residences that border some of the holes along World Tour Golf Links.
Once an indigo and rice plantation, True Blue Plantation features a well-manicured layout with huge fairways, big elevations, and rolling terrain. It was ranked #1 in the Myrtle Beach area by Golf Digest. There are villas and condos overlooking True Blue golf course in Pawleys Island .900 Blue Stem Drive
Sister course to True Blue Plantation, the Caledonia Golf & Fish Club was built in 1995.369 Caledonia Dr.
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