MYRTLE BEACH AREA GOLF COURSE RANKINGS

Best Courses You Can Play in South Carolina #3 – The Dunes Golf & Beach Club #5 – Caledonia Golf & Fish Club #6 – True Blue Golf Club #7 – Tidewater Golf Club #8 – Heritage Club #11 – Legends-Moorland #12 – Barefoot-Dye #13 – Leopard’s Chase (North Carolina)...

The Pearl Golf Links Changes for 2020

CALABASH, NC – The Pearl Golf Links, one of the premier courses in the Myrtle Beach, SC and Brunswick County, North Carolina area, announces new changes to the course design which will affect the pattern of play for golfers in 2020 while sustaining the course for...

Course Spotlight – Legends Heathland

Course Spotlight: Legends-Heathland   Take a trip back in time to the origins of the game with a round at the Heathland Course at Legends Resort. Reminiscent of layouts typically associated with links courses, Heathland offers a challenge and a great time.  ...

Restaurant Review

Myrtle Beach Golf Desk’s resident foodie, Mark Stoneking, loves to dine out – especially in and around the Golf Capital of the World, where its famed Restaurant Row plays host to many of the area’s most renowned eateries.   You can count one of them in...

3 Benefits of a Central Strand Golf Getaway

You hear a lot about the award-winning course options in the Pawleys Island area, and the northern end of the Grand Strand showcases popular, stellar golf options at Barefoot Resort & Golf and Tidewater Golf Club, just to name a few.   But let’s not take for...

Course Spotlight: Tiger’s Eye Golf Links

   Consistently rated as one of America’s top 100 public courses, Tiger’s Eye attracts new and returning golfers every year.   If you’ve never experienced Tiger’s Eye, you need to take a trip to Ocean Ridge Plantation – the home of Tiger’s Eye – to play this...