Don’t let an intimidating name scare you away from a friendly course. Diamondback at Woodland Valley is one of the best kept secrets in South Carolina. Located on the western edge of the Myrtle Beach golf community, Diamondback was carved from native pine forests with sand and water serving as the course’s primary hazards. Our always impeccably maintained course is imminently fair and you should absolutely consider a round as part of your next golf vacation.
Diamondback Golf Course at Woodland Valley, 615 Log Cabin Road, Loris, SC, USA
Recently, the Diamond Ladies Group at Diamondback Golf Club hosted its annual Divas Tournament. This year’s theme was one of their most popular and creative yet: a tribute to the 1920s Prohibition Era, where each “Prohibition Diva” from the first to the 144th participant dressed and played the part.Read More
As golfers prepare for their Second Season golf getaway to the Grand Strand this fall, Myrtle Beach-area courses are primed and ready for visitors. Our “eye in the sky” saw great conditions at courses along the Highway 9 corridor including Diamondback at Woodland Valley, Crown Park and Aberdeen.Read More
As Hurricane Dorian continued moving past the Carolinas Friday, the Myrtle Beach golf community was already busy with short-term cleanup efforts that will see two-thirds of its courses along the Grand Strand re-open this weekend.Read More
This year, the PlayGolfMyrtleBeach.com World Amateur has been following three golfers as they pair up with top golf instructors from across the country to improve their game leading up to the World Am. Those golfers – Jaime Costanzo and Jason Miller, each taught by Michael Breed; and Gene Chiarella, paired with Allen Terrell of the Dustin Johnson Golf School – checked in with us on the eve of competition, sharing their thoughts on what theyr anticipating heading into Round 1.Read More
Located along the northern end of the Grand Strand’s Highway 9 corridor, Diamondback Golf Club offers a “down home” golf experience just outside the city limits of North Myrtle Beach, Conway and Little River, South Carolina. Join us on a dynamic video and hole-by-hole photo tour of this Russell Breeden design.Read More
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