The Myrtle Beach area is known worldwide for the beauty and affordability of its more than 115 public golf courses, and there are plans to build at least two dozen more golf courses in the next few years, including upscale facilities by designers such as Tom Fazio, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Greg Norman.
The Grand Strand is home to some of the most unique, challenging and picturesque golf courses in the world. Golfers can experience the beauty of oceanfront holes or stand in the midst of giant live oaks draped in Spanish moss on the site of a colonial rice plantation. Course designers have taken great pains to protect the natural habitat and wildlife indigenous to the area while creating courses that are technically challenging and beautiful.
Pawleys Island Mainland
Contact Surfside Realty Sales about True Blue. For years True Blue Golf Plantation was known as one of the hardest golf course in the Myrtle Beach area. Designer Mike Strantz was given few restrictions, and he chose to run with it, building one brute of a round of golf.
True Blue was marketed ...
Myrtle Beach Area | Includes Prestwick and Lakewood
Contact Surfside Realty Sales about Prestwick. Prestwick is a secluded private community situated in the southern end of Myrtle Beach. This unique community is only minutes away from the Atlantic Ocean, Huntington Beach State Park, and all of the excellent dining and shopping that Myrtle Beach ha...