Readers’ Favorite Myrtle Beach Golf Courses

By Marissa Polascak
January 22, 2018

Sure, there are plenty of great Myrtle Beach golf courses to play all across the Grand Strand, but which one is your favorite? We asked our readers to name their favorite Myrtle Beach golf course in our annual Myrtle Beach Awards, aka The Beachies, and they narrowed it down to theses top 10 courses:

Barefoot Resort

Barefoot Resort

Barefoot Resort is home to Myrtle Beach’s Fantastic Four” – the Norman, Love, Dye, and Fazio courses. The Norman Course is a Par 72, 7,200-yard course that features seven waterfront holes as well as a layout featuring native vegetation. The Love Course, designed by Davis Love III, is an award-winning course that includes the recreated ruins of a plantation home to emanate lowcountry charm. The Dye Course is the only semi-private course here, and it is a visually beautiful course that is peppered with infamous pitfalls for wayward shots. And finally, the Fazio Course is a classic lowcountry course that is decorated with live oaks, sand, natural areas, native grasses, and pines. This course features natural elevation changes water hazards, formal bunkers, and more, making it a Par 71 layout.