You can play the West Course at Myrtle Beach National the easy way or the hard way. Whether you challenge yourself from the back tees or cut yourself some slack, you’ll be glad you included this Arnold Palmer-designed course on your golfing trip.
4900 National Dr., Myrtle Beach, SC, 29579
Larry Leagans, who operated Eagle Nest Golf Club, and the late Ed Bullock, who oversaw construction of Surf Club and Myrtle Beach National before becoming head pro at each facility, were inducted into the Myrtle Beach Golf Hall of Fame Thursday evening at Pine Lakes Country Club.Read More
One of two Arnold Palmer signature designs in the area where it’s just you and the elements with no surrounding homes, the West Course at Myrtle Beach National offers room off the tee and a chance to go low if you’re swinging the club well. Join us for a dynamic video tour, and check out our hole-by-hole photo gallery.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
Golf has a reputation for being a masochist's game, and that’s the way some players like it – the harder the course, the better. But most of us, especially on a Myrtle Beach golf trip, like the chance to score, and the West Course at Myrtle Beach National delivers that opportunity.Read More
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