Only a collaboration between Pete and P.B. Dye could produce a course as challenging yet rewarding as Prestwick Country Club. It has all the hallmarks of a Dye design – railroad ties, pot bunkers and rolling greens – and rivals some of the best layouts in the country. Discover why Golf Digest called Prestwick one of the top five best-kept secrets in Myrtle Beach.
1001 Links Road, Myrtle Beach, SC, 29575
Ready for your spring golf getaway? Check out this week’s assortment of courses that are primed and waiting for your arrival! Diamondback Golf Club, Prestwick and Glen Dornoch are among the designs checking in this week on Instagram.Read More
Up and down the Grand Strand, area golf courses continued to put their best foot forward in anticipation of a busy spring season. Check out the past week’s action throughout the Myrtle Beach golf scene as told through the lenses of these Instagram posts!Read More
On a recent visit to the Grand Strand, Myrtle Beach golf ambassador Paige Spiranac took on Prestwick Country Club, a course with a look, feel and designer (Pete Dye) common to another course she’s played out west. Check out the video to learn about her experience!Read More
Dye-designed golf courses have a longstanding reputation for visually intimidating holes, and No. 9 at Prestwick Country Club is no exception. During a recent visit to the Grand Strand, Paige Spiranac took time out to play this hole and, in the process, walk us through her process of how she handles the intimidation factor.Read More
The Short Par 4 Fall Classic concluded its sixth consecutive sellout event with Thursday’s final round, with participants from around the nation taking part in a four-day competition that offered particular appeal to visitors whose home golf seasons have already ended.Read More