Myrtle Beach Golf – Myrtle Beach Golf Courses
South Carolina SC Sports SC Golf Myrtle Beach Golf With over 100 championship golf courses, Myrtle Beach rivals Charleston and Hilton Head as the golf capital of South Carolina. What few know is that many of these courses are actually located in smaller towns that join Myrtle Beach in comprising South Carolina's Grand Strand region.

The Grand Strand stretches over 60 miles, beginning in Little River and following the coast south to the historic seaport of Georgetown. Each of these coastal communities offers a wide selection of courses catered to both beginners and professionals.

We've organized some of the most popular courses by geographical location. For those who want to work on their game before hitting the greens, you can find golf instructors at these top SC Golf Schools.

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Little River Golf
Little River has become one of the Myrtle Beach area's hottest golf spots. Hone your skills at a much slower pace, while still being only 20 miles away from the action of Myrtle Beach.

This historic fishing village is known for its seafood, ancient live oaks, and annual blue crab festival. When planning your trip, be sure to visit our Little River photo gallery, as well as our guides to Little River restaurants and Little River hotels.

Little River Golf Courses:


North Myrtle Beach Golf


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North Myrtle Beach is just a chip shot away from Myrtle Beach and home to many of the area's finest restaurants and hotels. Make sure to check out our guide to North Myrtle Beach vacation rentals.

North Myrtle Beach Golf Courses:


Conway Golf


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Although Conway is a little further from the coast (20 miles west of Myrtle Beach), it's still considered a quintessential part of the Grand Strand. This historic river town offers several unique golf settings including the area's only university-affiliated course.

Conway is just minutes from Myrtle Beach, so make sure to check out our guides to Myrtle Beach shopping, Myrtle Beach restaurants, and Myrtle Beach shows.

Conway Golf Courses:


Loris Golf


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Most golfers that travel to the Grand Strand aren't aware of the golfing available in Loris. Located north of Conway near the North Carolina - South Carolina border, the golf courses around Loris offer the terrain of the lowcountry woodlands.

Loris Golf Courses:


Myrtle Beach Golf


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Myrtle Beach is the heart of the Grand Strand region and home to most of the area's main attractions including Myrtle Beach bars, Myrtle Beach restaurants, and Myrtle Beach shows. It's also one of South Carolina's most popular shopping destinations!

When planning your Myrtle Beach golf vacation, make sure to check out our guides to Myrtle Beach hotels and Myrtle Beach vacation rentals.

Myrtle Beach Golf Courses:


Murrells Inlet Golf


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Murrells Inlet is known as the seafood capital of South Carolina, but it's also home to some of the Grand Strand's most challenging golf courses.

Often referred to by locals as "a quaint little drinking village with a fishing problem," this is a perfect spot to grab a drink at one of the many great Murrells Inlet restaurants after a long day on the green! Also, make sure to check out our guide to Murrells Inlet hotels when planning your golf vacation.

Murrells Inlet Golf Courses:


Pawleys Island Golf and Litchfield Beach Golf


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Pawleys Island is 22 miles south of Myrtle Beach and is considered the oldest seaside resort in the country. This small town boasts some of the Grand Strand's most beautiful courses, as well as a large variety of shops and Pawleys Island restaurants. If you're staying in the area, make sure to check out our guides to Pawleys Island hotels, Pawleys Island bed and breakfast inns, and Pawleys Island vacation rentals.

The nearby community of Litchfield Beach lies just north of Pawleys Island and offers several courses of its own. We also offer great guides to Litchfield Beach hotels and Litchfield Beach vacation rentals as well!

Pawleys Island Golf Courses and Litchfield Beach Golf Courses:


Georgetown Golf


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Georgetown is the southernmost city on the Grand Strand. Located 15 minutes from Pawleys Island, this seaport harbors two of the area's most unique courses.

Give yourself enough time to discover the historic downtown district, which offers a variety of shops and restaurants. If you plan on staying on the South end, make sure to check out our guides to Georgetown hotels and Georgetown bed and breakfast inns.

Georgetown Golf Courses:

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