The official title says it’s the International Club of Myrtle Beach, but it's technically located in Murrells Inlet, an historic fishing village just 20 miles south of the Sun Fun City.
But International Club seems like a world away from the bright lights and big city. The natural beauty of the South Carolina Lowcountry combined with the spotlessly maintained links makes it a favorite tee time among Myrtle Beach golf courses.
Tucked away amid acres of woodlands and wetlands, International Club offers golfers the opportunity to play one of the Grand Strand's most popular and impeccably landscaped golf courses.
Designed by Willard Byrd in 2000, International Club features five sets of tees to provide opportunities for all skills levels to enjoy the course.
The course is a par 72 that plays 6,790 yards from the back tees and 4,848 yards from the forward tees. It's a true test of golf that rewards precision over power and provides some excellent risk/reward opportunities.
The course wraps around a series of marshlands, tidal creeks, lakes and other hazards. Towering pines and twisted live oaks trees make for some tight, tricky fairways.
But despite its natural setting, International Club is also known for having well conditioned greens. The course also offers GPS technology for golfers to get accurate distance readings.
One more positive about International Club – it's one of the more affordable courses on the Strand, providing maximum bargain per buck on your Myrtle Beach golf vacation.
There are plenty of outstanding Myrtle Beach golf courses, but the International Club gives golfers an excellent course on a lovely stretch of land at a reasonable price, and you can't beat that with a 5-iron.