Architect Tim Cate’s signature coquina boulders, waste bunkers and a greenside waterfall on the 18th hole help define Leopard’s Chase, one of Myrtle Beach’s best golf courses. Leopard’s Chase was among the nation’s top 10 new layouts upon its 2007 opening, according to Golf Magazine and Golf Digest, and Golf World readers ranked it among America’s top 50 public courses.
Leopard's Chase Golf Club, Castlebrook Way Southwest, Sunset Beach, NC, USA
Ten Myrtle Beach-area golf courses in the Carolinas have achieved honored status from Golfweek in the national publication’s most recent statewide rankings, with each course earning a spot in “Golfweek’s Best 2020: Best You Can Play by State” listings.Read More
It’s been a busy summer of golf already in Myrtle Beach, and our guests have been busy checking in via Instagram from courses up and down the Grand Strand. Check out what they’ve seen and experienced this past week from Ocean Isle Beach to Pawleys Island!Read More
The week heading into the 4th of July holiday found Myrtle Beach-area golf courses looking as resplendent as ever. Join us for our weekly tour of the Grand Strand golf scene as seen through the lenses of our Instagram account and other Instagram users!Read More
Enjoy these spectacular video and hole-by-hole photographic tours of one of the North Strand’s premium designs: Tim Cate’s Tiger’s Eye Golf Links at Ocean Ridge Plantation.Read More
Our most recent tour around the Grand Strand golf scene greeted us with mostly sunny skies and scores of courses putting their best foot forward. Check out what our camera lenses captured!Read More
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