4 Golf-Themed Eateries You Must Try When Visiting Myrtle Beach

By Rob Spallone

In “The Golf Capital of the World,” the dizzying array of choices isn’t limited to Myrtle Beach’s award-winning course selection. Famished golfers face even tougher decisions on dinner choices once the day’s play is finished, with the Grand Strand sporting hundreds of popular restaurant options.

Here’s one way to both narrow your search and carry the positive golf vibes from the course straight to the dinner table: enjoy a great post-round meal at one of Myrtle Beach’s golf-themed eateries! We’ve got four such places for your consideration.

We’re starting you off with an establishment owned and operated by one of the biggest names in golf: Greg Norman. Since 1999, Greg Norman Australian Grille at Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach has delivered a golf-themed steakhouse environment that has been synonymous with mouth-watering meals and unforgettable experiences ever since. It’s especially convenient for those who’ve just enjoyed a day’s play at Barefoot Resort & Golf, and has been a longstanding mainstay for golfers seeking a truly unique dining experience. Upscale wine lists and great waterfront views bring guests a taste of Sydney, Australia along the Intracoastal Waterway. 

Named for another big name in golf, Sam Snead’s Oak Grill & Tavern is adorned throughout with decorative golf memorabilia collected by the golf legend himself. Rare photos of legendary golfers, antique clubs and trophies serve as the ultimate conversation starters as you enjoy an exceptional meal with unmatched service. Did we mention the steaks? This is truly a golfer’s paradise!

If you’ve just finished your round at one of the three signature tracks at Legends Golf Resort and need dinner and libations, look no further than The Ailsa Pub! This Scottish-style golf course pub offers the perfect respite for players who’ve enjoyed a full day on the links. Bringing the perfect fusion of Lowcountry and Scottish comfort food elements, The Ailsa Pub offers something for a wide range of tastes, with fresh originality in both food and drink menus that will have customers (and especially golfers) coming back for years to come.

Located within the newly renovated clubhouse at Grande Dunes Resort Course, Terrazza 19 offers an eclectic, modern environment with the ultimate blend of traditional clubhouse favorites and upscale meal and cocktail menus. With picturesque views of both the Resort Course and Intracoastal Waterway, Terrazza 19 is quickly gaining the attention of visiting golfers as the perfect relaxation station after 18 holes of play at Grande Dunes’ spectacularly renovated Resort Course.

No matter your dining style preference, we’re confident that any of these golf-inspired Myrtle Beach restaurants will serve as the perfect backdrop for satisfying your post-round dining needs!