Myrtle Beach Golf Tournaments & Events

WHO DOESN’T LOVE A LITTLE COMPETITION?

It’s part of what makes golf the greatest game! And there’s no better place to get your competitive fix than a golf tournament in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Whether you want to grind out 72 holes playing under PGA Tour-like conditions, or you want to enjoy Myrtle Beach golf events that are equal parts competition and camaraderie, Myrtle Beach offers something for everyone. So in addition to serving as your official resource for all things Myrtle Beach golf, we also offer a collection of the game’s finest amateur tournaments.


Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic
February 1, 2021 – February 3, 2021

World Am Q School
March 15 – March 17, 2021

Palmetto High School Golf Championship
April 1, 2021 – April 3, 2021

GolfBuddy Veterans Classic
May 24 – May 26, 2021

Golf Trek Challenge
June 11 – June 13, 2021

Family Golf Week
July 15, 2021 – July 17, 2021

MB Golf Wizard Fall Amateur Classic
November 14, 2021 – November 20, 2021

MYRTLE BEACH PRESEASON CLASSIC

Offering players an opportunity to tune up their games in a fun, competitive environment.

DUSTIN JOHNSON WORLD JUNIOR

Featuring 90 of the most elite junior golfers in the World. Hosted by TPC Myrtle Beach.

WORLD AM "Q SCHOOL"

An individual, net stroke play tournament over 54 holes, serving as a World Am "Qualifier".

PALMETTO HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIP

Hosted every Easter Weekend, features 32 high school golf teams from around the country.

GOLFBUDDY VETERANS CLASSIC

A staple in Myrtle Beach, a 54 hole, two-person team event focusing on fun and camraderie.

GOLFTREK CHALLENGE

A summer event in the northern Grand Strand featuring a small field and relaxing atmosphere.

MYRTLE BEACH WORLD AMATEUR

The largest amateur golf tournament and 19th hole in the world. Over 3,000 golfers anually.

SAINTNINE SHOOTOUT

A skins game hosted by golf personality Charlie Rymer on Labor Day weekend.

SHORT PAR 4 FALL CLASSIC

A two-person team event, held on only the best layouts in the Myrtle Beach area.