Gene Hamm’s popular North Strand creation at Beachwood Golf Club draws steady play from loyal visitors who appreciate how it captures the essence of the game in its simplicity. Join us on a video and hole-by-hole photo tour of this North Myrtle Beach design.
Mornings like this leave a lasting impression, with the fog’s stillness interrupted only by dew dripping down from a cathedral of Carolina pines. And a setting like this is a special place that time continues to define.
Cradled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, Beachwood Golf Club reveals its beautiful grounds each day as the morning fog lifts and a Myrtle Beach staple begins to shine.
Time remains on its side since opening in 1968. From his PGA Carolinas Hall of Fame career, Gene Hamm created Beachwood some five decades ago, and this par 72 maintains its prominence in the Myrtle Beach golf scene to this day. Evident in its playability, Beachwood captures the very essence of this great game: simplicity. With a natural routing framed by towering pines, small but strategic water hazards and straightforward sightlines, players relish the pure enjoyment offered at Beachwood from golf’s Golden Era of design.
The classic charm found at Beachwood stirs all your senses, from mystical morning visuals to an aromatic springtime bloom, to Mother Nature’s curiosity to the unmistakable sound of a well-struck drive.
There’s a reason why traditions like Beachwood endure and thrive for decades. Fantastic conditions year round, attentive, friendly staff, a classic course design, and incredible convenience in North Myrtle Beach just steps from the Atlantic Ocean.