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Arrowhead Country Club

1201 Burcale Road, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Myrtle Beach golf course

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Number of Holes 27 Cypress/Waterway From Tips (Longest Tee Box)
Sets of Tees 5 Par 72
Designer Raymond Floyd & Tom Jackson Rating 72
Year Built 1994 Slope 140
Greens Mini Verde Yardage 6,664 Yds
Exclusivity Public

 
Lakes/Cypress From Tips (Longest Tee Box) Lakes/Waterway From Tips (Longest Tee Box)
Par 72 Par 72
Rating 72.1 Rating 71.9
Slope 138 Slope 136
Yardage 6,697 Yds Yardage 6,663 Yds

Arrowhead Country Club is near the top of most every list of Myrtle Beach’s most underrated courses. The 27-hole facility, co-designed by Tom Jackson and four-time major champion Raymond Floyd, is one of just six area layouts that play along the Intracoastal Waterway.

Arrowhead is comprised of the Lakes, Cypress and Waterway nines with each delivering a different, yet no less memorable, experience. While the Intracoastal views attract all the attention, what makes Arrowhead special are the year-round quality of its conditions.

From tee to green, Arrowhead is in impeccable shape, highlighted by some of the Grand Strand’s fastest and most pure-rolling greens. The consistency of conditions - which includes wall-to-wall overseed during the winter months, meaning the course is green 12 months a year - provides players a sense of comfort when booking a round here.

The layout, which was ranked as Myrtle Beach’s 12th best in a survey of area PGA professionals, rewards precision as much as power, challenging players to hit fairways that offer ample room but are lined by the area’s native pine trees.

No matter which combination of nines golfers play, water will be a factor throughout the round, most especially on the Cypress course where it comes into play on eight of nine holes. Ironically, the Waterway course is the driest of Arrowhead’s three offerings, but no one forgets the par-four 5th hole that plays along the Intracoastal from tee to green. The straight-away hole allows golfers to enjoy passing boats and the coastal beauty that helped attract them to Myrtle Beach.

Arrowhead is also aided by a central location, just minutes from Myrtle Beach International Airport and the oceanfront hotels many golf groups seem to prefer. Throw in complementary range balls, and Arrowhead is the type of course that makes every golf trip better.

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