Make yourself comfortable on the home course of acclaimed Myrtle Beach golf spokesman Dustin Johnson. Tournament Players Club Myrtle Beach is one of fewer than 20 5-star courses nationwide, and one of only two in South Carolina. The par 5 18th is arguably the best closing hole of any Myrtle Beach golf course.
1199 TPC Boulevard, Murrells Inlet, SC, 29576
After two days of trading body blows with Big Ten Conference foe Ohio State, Illinois delivered the knockout punch to the entire field in Wednesday’s final round at the Myrtle Beach Regional of the NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship, hosted by Coastal Carolina University at TPC Myrtle Beach. The five-shot victory earned the Fighting Illini (-25) one of the regional’s five qualifying bids to the NCAA Finals next week in Fayetteville, Arkansas.Read More
There’s a Big Ten/ACC battle brewing in the Lowcountry. One day after Illinois sprinted out to a big lead in Round 1, the Fighting Illini leveled off as conference foe Ohio State and ACC power Wake Forest each surged with 7-under par performances in Round 2 of the NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Regional Tuesday at TPC Myrtle Beach. Ohio State (-11) now holds a two-stroke lead on Illinois and Wake Forest heading into Wednesday’s final round.Read More
NCAA Myrtle Beach Regional host school Coastal Carolina made a strong statement in Round 1 with the play of Zack Taylor (T2, -4). Hear from Taylor and his coach, Jim Garren, on how much it means to him and his school to represent the Chanticleers as well as he has with his strong play; on how TPC Myrtle Beach is shaping up as a championship venue; and the unique, free opportunity this event presents local spectators to see golf’s rising stars in action.Read More
A decade after its last appearance at TPC Myrtle Beach, the University of Illinois men’s golf team is making the most of its return engagement. Paced by individual leader Adrien Dumont de Chassart (-5) and Michael Feagles’ T2 performance (-4), the Fighting Illini (-9) finished Round 1 of Monday’s Myrtle Beach Regional of the NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship five shots clear of the field.Read More
Shortly after the playing field was announced for the Myrtle Beach Regional of the 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships, one individual competitor withdrew – paving the way for Western Kentucky’s Stuart Easton to occupy that slot, and continue his team’s season-long quest to play in honor of their fallen leader.Read More
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