Top 10 Spots for Hero Shots: Youre Guide to Taking the Most Memorable Photos on Your Next Myrtle Beach Golf Trip

Tidewater No. 4

By Joe Novak

Welcome to the picture-perfect “Golf Capital of the World,” where golfing dreams and stunning scenery intersect with fun and relaxation. If you’re gearing up for an unforgettable golfing adventure, don’t forget to pack your camera alongside your clubs (or just use your phone, like the rest of us)! Here are the top 10 spots that promise not only impressive layouts and designs, but also fantastic photo opportunities. From sun-kissed fairways to breathtaking coastal backdrops, your Myrtle Beach golf trip is about to get a whole lot more memorable, one snapshot at a time.

In no particular order:

Tidewater #4 – The fourth green is a sight to behold, giving you a wide-open view of both the marsh and coastal skyline of Cherry Grove.

Caledonia #18 – Not only is the approach to the hole iconic, but just as much so is the view from the wrap-around porch at the clubhouse that overlooks the water and rice fields.

Prestwick #9 & #18 – Another beautiful clubhouse shot, Nos. 9 and 18 at Prestwick is one of the most interesting and visually distinct design elements you’ll see in Myrtle Beach golf, with this vista being divided down the center by a large lake.

Rivers Edge #9 – Experience some of the most exciting terrain on the north end when you peer out over this signature hole, framed perfectly with a backdrop of the Shallotte River.

Glen Dornoch #17 – Set against the Intracoastal Waterway, this hole is a visual treat from tee box to green. Just try to stay out of its massively oversized bunker!

The Wizard #18 – This island fairway gives you a straight-on view of the incredible Wizard clubhouse – a giant, medieval-themed castle surrounded by scenic water features.

Barefoot Love #4 – One thing you’d probably never expect to come across on a golf course is the ruins of an old plantation home, but you’ll be able to capture a great view of Barefoot’s replica element from holes 3-7 on the Love Course – with the backdrop of No. 4 green displaying it most prominently.

World Tour Championship #5 – Inspired by Augusta National’s par-3 12th Hole, “Hogan’s Bridge” is one of the most photographed spots in all of Myrtle Beach golf. 

King’s North at Myrtle Beach National #12 – This island great sports two large bunkers in the shape of the state’s initials, and looks just as cool from the ground as it does from the air!

Pawleys Plantation #13 – Doubly connected with No. 16, this medium-length par 3 has the largest putting surface on the entire course, a one-of-a-kind tee box layout, and provides one of the most beautiful vistas along the Grand Strand’s southern end.

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