The Best Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach and Their Greens Fees

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Myrtle Beach is one of the premier beach destinations on the entire East Coast. From its delicious restaurants to its 60-mile long stretch of coastline, a week spent in Myrtle Beach is a week in paradise to most people. While many people come for the food, waves, and shopping, there is another attraction that brings in thousands of visitors each year: golf.

 

Myrtle Beach has cemented itself as one of the best golf vacation spots in the country due to its large share of golf courses, many of which being world class. In fact, some even refer to Myrtle Beach as the Golf Capital of the World! People come from all over the country and the world to go for a few rounds of golf in this South Carolina destination, and most leave with the intention of coming back again! This post will list the top golf courses and clubs in Myrtle Beach, as well as how you can contact them and what to expect in the way of prices.

 

 

1.     Dunes Golf and Beach Club

 

 

Dunes Golf and Beach Club is by far the most prestigious golf course in all of Myrtle Beach. It has hosted major golfing events for the USGA, PGA, and LPGA and has been running for over seventy years. There is no golf course that even comes close to the pedigree of Dunes Golf and Beach Club in Myrtle Beach, and if you are looking for the best, this is the place to go. Dunes Golf and Beach Club is private and not just anyone can play here. Your best bet is to know a member, but there are a few other exceptions which you can read about on their website. Greens fees start at $140 and fluctuate based on the time of day and the time of the year. If you are able to schedule a tee time here, be sure to adhere to their dress code.

 

2.     Caledonia Golf and Fish Club

 

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Caledonia Golf and Fish Club is one of the two most highly awarded and decorated golf clubs in the entire Myrtle Beach area. This gorgeous course has been consistently ranked among the top 50 public golf courses in the entire United States, and golfers that choose to play a round here are in for a treat. Tee times must be made online in advance of arrival, and they can be done on the Caledonia Golf and Fish Club website that is linked above. Greens fees for this course start as low as $69 and fluctuate based on the season and the time of day that you wish to play. All fees include taxes, the use of a cart, and range balls.

 

 

3.     True Blue Golf Club

 

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True Blue Golf Club is actually the sister course of Caledonia Golf and fish Club, and there really is no true consensus as to which of the two is the better course. True Blue Golf Club is known for its long and expansive fairways, its high amounts of water throughout the course, and its large greens. This golf course, like Caledonia Golf and Fish Club, is consistently rated among the top 100 golf courses in the United States and is a favorite among locals and frequent visitors. Greens fees start as low as $62 and range as high as $150. All greens fees include taxes, the use of a cart, and a bucket of balls for the driving range. Be sure to reserve your tee time in advance to guarantee your spot, as this course is very popular! Additionally, no metal spikes are allowed on this course, so plan accordingly.

 

4.     Tidewater Golf Club

 

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Tidewater Golf Club, located in North Myrtle Beach, is often referred to as the most scenic golf course in all of Myrtle Beach. Tidewater Golf Club sits on the top of a high peninsula, and its views overlooking the ocean are mesmerizing. For this reason, visitors love to play a relaxed albeit challenging round of golf here. Tee times can be booked online and should be made in advance of arrival. Greens fees start at $92 and can fluctuate based on the time of day and the time of the year in which you want to golf. No denim is allowed on the golf course. Be sure to check with the club for other dress code restrictions before arriving to guarantee permission to play.

 

5.     Grande Dunes Resort Club

 

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The final course on our list of the five best golf courses in Myrtle Beach is Grande Dunes Resort Club. This golf course is known for being a very well-maintained, challenging golf course with spectacular views. Additionally, Grande Dunes Resort Club has five holes on the Intercoastal, which is another one of its major draws. This course is always a favorite among locals and visitors for its prime location and challenging layout. Reservations should be made in advance either online or by phone, and greens fees start at $70 and go up depending on the time of the day and the time of the year in which you want to visit. 

 

Thanks for reading our post about the five best golf courses in Myrtle Beach! Hopefully this post gives you a little bit of guidance as you plan your trip to the Golf Capital of the World. If you come to Myrtle Beach and love your visit so much that you think about making it your new home, we’re here to help!

 

We at The Boyd Team are always here to help you figure out whether Myrtle Beach is your next home or not, and we are committed to helping you find the right property for your needs and dreams. Any question that you have about moving to the area and finding your dream home by the beach is our pleasure to answer. Feel free to send us an email at eddie@boydteam.com or text or call us at (843) 222-8566, and we will get back to you as soon as we can. Being true natives of the Grand Strand and Horry County and with over 25 years of experience in the local real estate market, whether buying or selling, we can help you make your dreams a reality.  

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Written by Greg