Golfer’s Guide to Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach is known as the “Golf Capital of the United States” and for good reason, as the Grand Strand is home to over 100 courses! From award-winning lowcountry courses to championship courses designed by top names in golf, there are plenty of desirable places for golfers to play while they’re in town. In addition, the area also offers golfers a variety of attractions, shops, bars, and dining catered to their interests.
Check out this golfer’s guide to Myrtle Beach:
There are so many fantastic golf courses to choose from in the Myrtle Beach area. Ranging from courses in Pawleys Island all the way up to the North Carolina/South Carolina border near Little River, golfers have a goldmine of options to pick from on their vacation. Visit our Golf page to browse through all of the courses in the area and see which ones will be the best fit for you and your golf buds.
If it’s too overwhelming choosing from that long list of 100+ courses on our site, then make sure to check out our Golf Packages & Deals page. Here, golfers can filter packages by season, number of rounds, as well as golf & lodging packages and tee time only deals. This will help narrow down the options and also help golfers get more bang for the buck!
When you’re taking some time off from the links, there are plenty of places to check out between tee times. One of the biggest attractions in Myrtle Beach for golfers is Topgolf. This new attraction, located across from Broadway at the Beach, allows golfers to practice their swing while playing fun golf-related games in a driving range-like setting. Guests at Topgolf reserve their own lane and play games while enjoying food and drinks from a full-service bar and restaurant.
Of course, mini-golf is also another great option for golfers! There are tons of mini-golf courses to choose from, ranging from pirate-themed adventures to jungle-esque family-friendly atmospheres. This fun version of golf will allow golfers to practice their putt all while having a relaxed experience. Try out a course like Mount Atlanticus, which towers high above downtown Myrtle Beach, or Dragon’s Lair, a fairy-tale themed course located on the water at Broadway at the Beach!
Bars & Restaurants
Every golfer works up an appetite after spending the day out on the green, and there are plenty of bars and restaurants in the area that cater to golfers and their friends. From places located on golf courses to sports and beach bars, check out this list of 19th holes for golfers.
Need to stock up on gear for your golf trip? Instead of buying stuff before flying or driving to Myrtle Beach, stop by these Myrtle Beach golf shops to get whatever you need for your day out on the links.