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 Whispering Pines, 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?