The “Hole” Story: No. 4 at The Dunes Golf & Beach Club

“Risk-reward” is a recurring theme of many a Robert Trent Jones-designed golf hole, and the 4th at The Dunes Golf & Beach Club in Myrtle Beach is no exception. Join us for a dynamic aerial tour of this front-nine par 5 to see what’s in store for you on your next visit!



The Dunes Golf & Beach Club
Hole No. 4 – Par 5
Gold – 505 Yards
Blue – 465 Yards
White – 430 Yards
Red – 405 Yards

Robert Trent Jones’ signature work features lots of interesting risk-reward options and angles of play. This hole is a prime example.

Shaped similar to No. 13 at Augusta National, No. 4 at The Dunes Club requires a carry of bunkers guarding the inside of the dogleg as opposed to a creek.

Clear those bunkers off the tee, and you can go for this green in two.

Just make sure you’ve got enough club to fly it over the water hazard that fronts it!