Closed Myrtle Beach Golf Courses (R.I.P)

Over the years, there have been many changes to the Myrtle Beach area. During these on-going changes we've seen our fair share of golf courses close down to make room for the construction of new residential homes and condos, commercial buildings and lost to bankruptcy. Locals and visitors alike have a lot of great memories of when they used to play these courses and this page serves to remind us of their existence.

Closed Myrtle Beach Golf Courses (R.I.P)

Over the years, there have been many changes to the Myrtle Beach area. During these on-going changes we've seen our fair share of golf courses close down to make room for the construction of new residential homes and condos, commercial buildings and lost to bankruptcy. Locals and visitors alike have a lot of great memories of when they used to play these courses and this page serves to remind us of their existence.

What makes a golf course easy to play?

Low Slope Rating

  • Ocean Harbour
  • Marsh Harbour
  • Racoon Run
  • Angels Trace
  • Ocean Isle Beach Golf Club
  • Calabash Golf Links
  • Gator Hole
  • Indian Wells
  • Briarwood
  • Wild Wing – Hummingbird
  • Wild Wing – Falcon
  • Wild Wing – Woodstork
  • Jaguar’s Lair