Myrtle Beach SC is known for quite a few things, and one of them is golf. There are a ton of golf courses here, and I say here because I live on the oceanfront in Myrtle Beach. There are also a ton of miniature golf courses here as well. While playing any of the courses here would be fun, you certainly want to know which Myrtle Beach Golf Courses all the visiting golfers and locals like to frequent.
One of the best golf courses in this city is the Dunes Golf and Beach Club. What's interesting about Myrtle Beach is that you will find out some of the top courses there are nationally ranked. For example, this golf course is ranked nationally, #47 in fact, by Golf Magazine. Those rankings are always changing of course, and they rank the courses according to certain categories. In this instance, it was all about the top courses to play.
Hey, playing those courses is what it's all about. Do you need to find one of the easiest courses to play? I think we all do, but you can always take a mulligan. Are you ready for another top course in Myrtle Beach? True Blue is one of them, and it was built in 1998. You can check out when all the top courses were built, and you can also see who designed them. With Myrtle Beach being such a top golf destination, you can imagine you are going to find out some top designers have been involved with the courses there.
Another one of the top golf courses here in Myrtle Beach is The Heritage Club, and you are going to find this one intriguing. Are you a putting champion? According to the reviews, you better be if you are going to come out with a good score on this course. They say the greens there are a little more than just a bit tricky, and that definitely can be a challenge. Are you ready to take on that challenge?
You will also find that there are top courses right outside of Myrtle Beach, such as The Witch, which is located in Conway. Conway is still part of Horry County. On or list of top courses in Myrtle Beach, I noticed one that was actually located in North Carolina. While that may seem odd, the state border isn't that far away. Still, let's try to keep the list focused on Myrtle Beach, as there are a ton of golf courses here as mentioned.
Tidewater Golf Club was built in 1990, and it is another one you might want to check out. Do you have your lodging booked? The reason why I ask is that since golf is such a big thing in my city, many of the hotels and resorts have packages available that can save you money. You are going to have to pick out your hotel and which courses you want to play, and don't forget to look at top restaurants and attractions in Myrtle Beach, too.