Myrtle Beach Golf Courses
No destination does golf quite like Myrtle Beach, anchor of the Grand Strand and home to more than 100 golf courses between Brunswick County, N.C. and Georgetown, S.C. This immensely popular golf destination originally earned its place by serving as an afforadble hotbed for sun-starved Northeasterners and was the birthplace of the modern day golf package. In the 1990s, however, upscale courses designed by the likes of Pete Dye, Tom Fazio and Jack Nicklaus were added as this part of South Carolina emerged as a second-home and retirement destination. Today, you can name your price for golf in Myrtle Beach, and play a collection of top-100 courses as well as great value options.