What’s behind door number 3? It’s the Willard Byrd Course, arguably the best of the three layouts at Sea Trail Resort. Come play it and see where you’d rank it. You may find it a little challenging, but a lack of forced carries and room to drive the ball make it extremely playable from the white tees.
75 A Clubhouse Dr, Sunset Beach, NC, 28468
Dan Maples’ North Strand counterpart to his Pawleys Island handiwork at Willbrook Plantation brings the scenic Calabash Creek, magnificent live oaks and large Carolina pines prominently into play. Join us on a video and hole-by-hole photo tour of the Maples Course at Sea Trail Golf Club in beautiful Sunset Beach, N.C.Read More
Willard Byrd’s renowned handiwork is on full display at his many Myrtle Beach-area signature designs, including his namesake course at Sea Trail Golf Resort. Join us on a video and hole-by-hole photo tour of this memorable track.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
Sea Trail Resort is home to three courses designed by Willard Byrd, Dan Maples and Rees Jones, and it’s the leading stay-and-play resort on the North Strand.Read More
1990 was a great year for new Myrtle Beach golf courses as eight layouts opened their fairways, including several that remain among the area’s most prominent.Read More
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