PineHills is widely regarded as the soul of Myrtle Beach golf, and its Myrtlewood sister, the Palmetto Course, as the heart. The more modern of the two designs, PineHills features mounded fairways, grass bunkers and ample opportunities for players to improve their scores. Create a winning golf vacation by including this course on your list of places to play in Myrtle Beach.
1500 48th Avenue North, Myrtle Beach, SC, 29577
Myrtlewood Golf Club continues to define Myrtle Beach as a legacy golf destination to stay and play, situated along the Intracoastal Waterway. The Pinehills course at Myrtlewood illustrates a classic design with inviting routing set amongst signature, long-leaf Carolina pines this area is known for. Join us for a video and hole-by-hole photo tour.Read More
This has been the summer of new greens along the Grand Strand and four more courses are poised to re-open in the coming weeks. The warm weather has provided an ideal environment for growth and reports from the quartet have been universally positive.Read More
Nine area designs are set to unveil new putting surfaces in time for the fall golf season. See which courses are involved, and how the Myrtle Beach golf market has rebounded from the effects of unusual early-spring weather.Read More
Grande Dunes is arguably the most ambitious project in Myrtle Beach history, bringing premium real estate, acclaimed golf courses, fine dining, and a Marriott Resort & Spa to the area.Read More
Myrtle Beach golf courses typically use the summer the months to make capital improvements, and that is certainly the case this year. On the heels of a challenging winter, nine area layouts are installing new greens and numerous others are making upgrades, ensuring pristine conditions when traveling golfers flock to the game’s most popular destination this fall.Read More
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