Why Myrtle Beach Golf This Spring 2024?

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is renowned as a premier golf destination, boasting over 80 golf courses that cater to every skill level and preference. Often referred to as the “Golf Capital of the World,” features courses designed by legendary figures such as Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones, and Greg Norman, among others. The variety of courses means golfers can experience everything from challenging links-style courses to traditional parkland layouts.

Some of the most notable courses include:

  • TPC Myrtle Beach: Designed by Tom Fazio, this course offers a tour-level experience and is the only course in Myrtle Beach to have received a five-star rating from Golf Digest.
  • Caledonia Golf & Fish Club: Often ranked as one of the top courses in the U.S., Caledonia is known for its picturesque settings and challenging holes. It’s a must-play for any golfer visiting Myrtle Beach.
  • The Dunes Golf and Beach Club: A Robert Trent Jones design, this course is a classic that has hosted many PGA and LPGA tournaments. It’s known for its signature hole, No. 13, “Waterloo,” which is considered one of the best par-5s in the country. In 2024, The Dunes Golf & Beach Club will be the host of the first-ever PGA Tour event in the “Golf Capital of the World”, The Myrtle Beach Classic
  • Barefoot Resort & Golf: Featuring four award-winning courses designed by Pete Dye, Tom Fazio, Davis Love III, and Greg Norman, Barefoot Resort offers a unique golfing experience with each course.

Myrtle Beach is not just about the golf courses; it’s a full resort destination with accommodations ranging from luxury resorts to cozy beachfront cottages, alongside a wide array of dining, shopping, and entertainment options. The area’s mild climate makes it an ideal golf destination year-round.

With Spring 2024, right around the corner and you are looking for a challenging round of golf, a family vacation with a bit of golf on the side, or a full-blown golf getaway, Myrtle Beach has something to offer every golfer. If you have a specific course in mind or need advice on a particular hole, feel free to ask for more detailed insights!