Nonstop flight service to Myrtle Beach has greatly expanded over the last decade, leaving many golfers with one question: what course should I play immediately upon arrival?
Myrtle Beach International Airport enjoys a central location and access to a multitude of nearby golf courses. The first layout players notice is Whispering Pines, the city owned muni that is right across the street from the airport.
In addition to , there are nine other courses located within 10 miles of the airport, according to Google Maps. If you are flying into or out of the area, here is a list of Myrtle Beach golf courses you will want to consider playing, in order of proximity:
This iconic duo are two of the Grand Strand’s most popular layouts. The Palmetto Course is highlighted by the 18th hole, which plays along the Intracoastal, and PineHills is a player-friendly design that will give everyone in your group a chance to score.
The entire course is built around a 100+ acre lake and it’s believed to be the only layout in the world with back-to-back island greens. The fairways are enormous and there is no rough as the layout is completely manicured. What’s not to like about Man O’War?