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  • Pawleys Plantation (Pawleys Island, South Carolina) South Carolina Lowcountry’s finest property providing visitors first-class accommodations and amenities, an award winning Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course, catering, and an elegant 4,500 square foot ballroom, perfect for banquets.

  • Beachwood Golf Club (North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina) Since 1968, Beachwood Golf Club has offered players of all skill levels some of the most challenging — and fun — golfing in North Myrtle Beach. Our beautifully designed 18-hole championship course, the inspired plan of renowned architect Gene Hamm, is unchanged entering our 43rd year in operation. No houses, no condos. Just 180 tractable acres of sparkling lakes, towering Carolina pines and brilliant floral displays, including azaleas and crepe myrtles. And we’re conveniently located right on Highway 17, in the heart of North Myrtle Beach.

  • Arcadian Shores (Myrtle Beach, South Carolina) Arcadian Shores combines the best of Mother Nature with the best elements of a modern golf layout. Arcadian offers enticing lakes, deviously placed bunkers, tree-lined Bermuda fairways and the distinctive contouring presents the ultimate golf challenges of man and nature. Lush Tifton Bermuda greens with 64 creatively-placed sand bunkers and natural lakes woven in and out of the fairways, make this Myrtle Beach golf course a challenge you will long remember.

  • Blackmoor (Murrells Inlet, South Carolina) When the world-famous Gary Player designed Blackmoor Golf Club prior to its 1990 opening, even he couldn’t have seen how strong it would be midway through its third decade of operation. The Murrells Inlet golf course has remained one of the Grand Strand’s most player-friendly rounds. The design is one that stretches the imagination – almost begging for the untraditional at times. That has been packaged with a surface that can only be described as upper-echelon.

  • River Hills Golf And Country Club (Little River, South Carolina) In lauding its gently rolling hills as the best feature of the historic seaside village of Little River, South Carolina, notes that "River Hills Golf & Country Club takes full advantage of this undulating terrain that's such a coveted commodity along the Carolina coastline." Designed by Tom Jackson, River Hills offers a magnificent 18 holes with fairways that meander through a picturesque, heavily wooden terrain.

  • Wedgefield Plantation (Georgetown, South Carolina) Situated along the winding banks of the Black River in the city of Georgetown, Wedgefield Plantation Country Club is a breathtaking example of South Carolina low country scenery and charm. Located on the extreme southern end of the Grand Strand, this semi-private golf course offers golfers a great getaway from the hustle and bustle of the nearby cities to a slower pace of life and play, reminiscent of the Old South.

  • Indian Wells (Garden City, South Carolina) After extensive renovations, Indian Wells Golf Club was the recipient of the 2004 Golf Course of the Year Award by the Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association. In addition the golf staff received the prestigious Customer Service and Hospitality Award by the Myrtle Beach Golfing News. A local's favorite, designed by Gene Hamm, our guests continue to rave about the appearance and layout of Indian Wells Golf Club. Your finishing hole is a veteran member of the Grand Strand's Dream 18, regarded as one of the best, and toughest, holes in Myrtle Beach. Are you up to the challenge?
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