Hole Spotlight: The Par-4 15th at West Course at Myrtle Beach National

Like its sister counterpart King’s North, Arnold Palmer’s West Course at Myrtle Beach National delivers a round of solitude where it’s just you and the natural surroundings, with no homes anywhere to be seen along the journey. Join us as we take you on an aerial tour of one of the design’s most memorable holes.



West Course at Myrtle Beach National
No. 15 – Par 4
Blue – 426 Yards
White – 387 Yareds
Red – 344 Yards

This is the farthest point from the clubhouse, providing the sense it’s just you and nature. This relatively short par 4 is among the layout’s most scenic tests.

A modest drive will get you inside 150 yards to the pin, and that’s where the challenge starts.

Long drives risk an uneven lie as the fairway runs downhill toward the hole.

An undulating green awaits, with pin position options galore.

Hit the green in two, and hope for the best!