Once you play it, it’s easy to see why the Prestwick Country Club designed by legendary golf course architect Pete Dye and his son, P.B. Dye, required the removal of more than 1.2 million cubic yards of earth. Located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, this golf course features stairway bunkers, bulkhead protected greens, and towering berms all make this golf course a challenge for any golfer, regardless of skill level.

Prestwick offers a wide variety of terrain for a coastal course with sandy waste areas, lush pine forest, and lakes and streams bordering wide landing areas. Players can enjoy those landing areas from six sets of tees, offering a greater degree of latitude for golfers of varying skills than most courses. Well known for well-maintained and smooth greens, this course sports an exquisite clubhouse facing a picturesque lake. Golf Digest recently named Prestwick one of the Five Best Kept Secrets in America and rightly so.

The clubhouse at Prestwick overlooks the 9th hole, 18th hole and Prestwick Lake. Measuring in at 7,058 yards, this course has a fully stocked pro shop, restaurant, and practice facilities and offers golfers guest access to private locker rooms and lounges.