Created by the Dye Family, this golf course in Myrtle Beach is designed from classic Scottish tradition. Built around a beautiful 20-acre lake and winding through a pine forest, there is no question that the Dye’s built this pristine course. This course offers 6 sets of tees for all caliber of golfers to enjoy.
There is no secret about the Dye Course at Barefoot Resort, it’s tough. Don’t let the beauty of this course fool you, Pete Dye has filled it with his infamous pitfalls that challenge even the most experienced golfers. Ranked by Golf Digest magazine as one of the top 10 golf courses in Myrtle Beach, you should definitely add this course to your next Myrtle Beach golf vacation from MBGolf.com!
Brick Landing Golf Course, located in Ocean Isle Beach, NC is home to “The Brick” as this course is fondly known. The championship 18 hole golf course runs the scenic intracoastal waterway and through some of the most beautiful scenery southern North Carolina has to offer. Traditional Spring weddings are commonly held on Brick Landing Golf Course‘s finishing hole with its breathtaking view of the Waterway and inlet.
Renowned architect Tom Jackson designed this beautiful par 72 course. Carved through a mixture of harwoods and pines, Black Bear features 23 lakes that give this course its unmistakable distinction. Despite the abundance of water, few holes require carries and this course, while challenging, is very fair and is located in a serene country setting. Make sure you hit fairways as Black Bear Golf Course is quite mounded and a missed drive means a challenging second shot from the side of a hill on most holes. Black Bear Golf Course does a have its own growl for the guys. Black Bear Golf Course management keeps this course in excellent condition and it offers some of the best manicured greens in its price range.
Located just across the Intracoastal Waterway bridge just north of North Myrtle Beach, Eagle Nest Golf Club features a course in a natural setting surrounded by Carolina pines and sparkling lakes. The course has just been renovated from tee to green. Eagle Nest features bermuda fairways and greens with gentle contours and generous playing areas. Come experience a “Pinehurst feel at the beach” where every hole is a challenge! Opened in 1971, Eagle Nest Golf Club remains one of the best values in Myrtle Beach Golf.
Superbly conditioned fairways and lush Bermuda greens have made this 27-hole layout an all-time favorite among both visitors and resident golfers.Several holes feature strategically placed island and peninsula greens. However, the course is not overly difficult, making it enjoyable for all golfers.Island Green is built upon gently rolling terrain accented with an abundance of azaleas and dogwoods. It is conveniently located off of Hwy. 707 near Surfside Beach and Garden City Beach.
Rising up from the depths of an 80-acre lake, Man O War golf course contains all the drama and challenge that are the hallmark of world-famous architect Dan Maples. The lake at Man O’War golf course winds through the course, defining holes and changing from ally to enemy, as its sparkling beauty becomes a punishing hazard. Man O’War golf course features large Bentgrass greens, a practice range and a unique marina clubhouse.
When architect Dan Maples set out to create a different kind of golf course in Myrtle Beach, the earth moved-literally. Maples moved an astounding 1,000,000 cubic yards of earth and, as if by magic, brought a bit of mountain golf to Myrtle Beach. The transformed landscape is full of devilish elevation changes. This course is destined to be a “must play” for anyone who comes to Myrtle Beach. If you thought all beach courses were alike just wait until you fall under The Wizard’s power.
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