Believe it or not, famed architect Rees Jones’ illustrious career as a solo designer first began in Myrtle Beach. He announced his arrival on the scene with Arcadian Shores, and this classic design still resonates with players today. Follow in his footsteps and let Arcadian Shores be the start of an incredible golf vacation.
701 Hilton Road, Myrtle Beach, SC, 29572
The sun’s been shining and the courses packed with golfers in Myrtle Beach these past few days. Check out the most up-to-date scene on several Myrtle Beach-area courses through the eyes of our Instagram account!Read More
You can go just about anywhere to get a post-round cocktail, including countless spots up and down our 60-mile stretch of the Grand Strand. But if it’s an ice cold, really good craft beer you seek in a cool-vibe environment, you’ve come to the right place for counsel.Read More
As the Myrtle Beach golf scene resumes its transition to Second Season play for fall 2019, check out the superb conditions Sunday at Arcadian Shores Golf Club and the Avocet Course at Wild Wing. These courses are among the vast majority of Grand Strand designs that have already moved on from the effects of Hurricane Dorian.Read More
During a recent visit, Myrtle Beach golf ambassador Paige Spiranac had her trusty course guide, Arcadian Shores’ Assistant Pro Jay Coyle, show her how to play one of this Rees Jones design’s most memorable holes.Read More
A daunting par 3 near the start of your round at Arcadian Shores, Hole No. 2 reflects Rees Jones’ vision for the property when he designed the course decades ago. See how Paige and Arcadian Shores’ assistant golf professional, Jay Coyle, navigated it.Read More
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