With nearly as much sand as the nearby beach, Long Bay may tempt you to wear flip-flops. But stick to your spikes as you take on the challenging 10th, a par 4 with a fairway surrounded by waste bunker. Enough about the hazards – Long Bay also has some of the area's fastest greens. Combine that with the fact that this is one of two courses in the Myrtle Beach area designed by Jack Nicklaus, and you've got more than enough to keep players returning year after year.
350 Fox Tail Dr, Longs, SC, 29568
Jack Nicklaus, golf’s greatest champion, returned to Myrtle Beach to celebrate the 30th birthdays of his two Grand Strand designs – Pawleys Plantation and Long Bay Club – and as he has done so often, the Golden Bear left fans young and old smiling.Read More
Under the watchful eye of the Golden Bear, Jack Nicklaus, comes an exciting layout at Long Bay Club that will engage players from the first tee shot all the way to their final putt on the 18th green. Join us for a spectacular video tour and hole-by-hole photo gallery of this North Strand design.Read More
The U.S. Open is golf’s most grueling test, challenging players physically and mentally. Only the strong survive and Myrtle Beach is fortunate to have had five U.S. Open winners, including the game’s greatest champion, Jack Nicklaus, design a total nine area layouts.Read More
Everyone’s favorite tournament, The Masters, is upon us. So what better time to take a look at the Myrtle Beach golf courses that were designed by Masters winners?Read More
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