International Club of Myrtle Beach

International Club of Myrtle Beach

Golf course in Murrells Inlet, SC



About International Club of Myrtle Beach (Murrells Inlet, SC)

The product of golf course designer William Byrd’s mastery of the canvas Mother Nature provided, the International Club Golf Course is a nature lover’s dream course with a mixture of pine and hardwood, clear lakes, and unspoiled wetlands.

With five sets of tees, it’s a course that golfers of any level will also love for a great round. With a classic layout, the course features among the fastest greens found on the Grand Strand. Measuring 6,767 yards from the front tees, the front tees play at 4,849 yards.

For the most part, it’s a player’s course with large sloped greens with little undulation. With well-placed shots, a golfer might not even notice the hazards the course has to offer. The course’s front nine is a relatively simple layout with rolling fairways cutting through stands of trees with strategically placed sand and water hazards. On the back nine, the layout gets a bit more complicated with fairways that turn more sharply and bunkers and water hazards sticking out further in the fairways. Unlike many other courses, tee shots on this course pose some of the biggest challenges.

Golf course details

Year Built

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Designer(s)

Willard Byrd

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Location

The address for International Club of Myrtle Beach is 1560 International Club Blvd, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576.

Reviews

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Greg

2/27/20 Played Thurs...

2/27/20 Played Thursday. Conditions were not good. Greens sparse. Tee markers were in places on boxes that were almost underwater. I understand it was very wet, but there was not 1 worker on the course! It looked they didn't move markers for a few days. Also looked liked pins were in the same place for a couple of days. It almost felt like they didn't care. All the other courses we played up till this one, had workers out there cleaning up, working on bunkers, etc. We would not go back there.

Published on March 2nd, 2020