Myrtlewood – PineHills Course

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Myrtlewood – PineHills Course

1500 48th Avenue North · Myrtle Beach SC, 29577

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.

Course Highlights

  • Redesigned by architect Arthur Hills
  • Skillful use of mounding and strategic placement of water hazards make this course a modern masterpiece of beautifully contoured fairways.
  • Set along the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway in the heart of Myrtle Beach

Course Details


Slope Rating

Course Rating

Location: Central
Designer: Arthur Hills
Rating: 72.0
Slope: 125
Distance: 6,640 from the back tees


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