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Since 1968, Beachwood Golf Club has been setting the standard as the best-conditioned golf course on the Grand Strand. Beachwood offers a golfer friendly couse designed by the great Gene Hamm. Its close proximity to the beach and to the area's most popular accommodations make it a favorite among visitors to Myrtle Beach.... 1-866-694-2448 $
1520 Hwy 17 South North Myrtle Beach, SC
Rated 8/5 based on 117 customer reviews 10 0

Since 1968, Beachwood Golf Club has been setting the standard as the best-conditioned golf course on the Grand Strand. Beachwood offers a golfer friendly couse designed by the great Gene Hamm. Its close proximity to the beach and to the area's most popular accommodations make it a favorite among visitors to Myrtle Beach. The 18th hole championship course has hosted such prestigious events as the Carolina's Open, the Carolina Senior PGA championship, and the Grand Strand Amateur. Beachwood provides four sets of tees for golfers of all skill levels, as well as a fully lighted practive facility to sharpen your skills the night before play.

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Course has been around a long time & is showing it's age. Conditions were ok at best but you can play better conditioned course's for around the same money. Par 3's are strong on this course even from the Gold Tees. Staff was also very friendly.



I have always liked this course. One of the old timers from Myrtle Beach. This year greens and tee boxes are good, but fairways are a bit sparse. I was told that they over seeded, but had problems with either the product or Hurricane Mathew--not sure which. Like many of the course here in MB, their cart paths could use some repair.

Ron (High Point, NC)


Greens were good.

Mike (Boone, NC)


(Liked the) location

Phil (Williamston, NC)


Greens were shaggy.

Keith (Lexington, NC)


(Would like to have known prior to play) that you have to carry your clubs down to range, no carts allowed.

James (Minooka, IL)


Golfing with my son for his birthday was awesome.



Pleasant course to play, solid old style design with wide fairways and water more esthetic than a factor in the game but the course and facility in my opinion are getting tired. Tee box not that great on many holes and some greens showed signs of trouble. One issue I had was with the scheduling, I had the first available tee time of 7 AM (booked as a single) but once I paid and got in the direction of the first tee I noticed people in the process of teeing off (3 some)...the starter told me that those were his regulars. So be does not matter what tee time you have you might have regulars have the right away on this one and the worse is that they would not even let me trough even if I was playing solo.

Joseph (Hilton, NY)


Back nine outstanding condition. Front side fairways a little sparse. All in all a pleasant round and good experience. Staff was terrific.

Robert (Cameron, NC)


The staff made us feel like we were regulars and the course was in really good shape. Even though there was plenty of dew on the grass, the balls still rolled well and we all had a great day.



Nice course. Some tees a bit rough but overall I enjoyed this course. Fairways are generous mostly and water comes into play on some holes. Only complaint is it took 5 hours and no one seems to be monitoring it. Guess it has more to do anymore with upsetting people and not wanting to discourage them from coming back. Seems that is the trend now. Just sat back and enjoyed the day when waiting. I'd definitely return.



Great fun course. Staff is very friendly. Pro shop has a lot of clothes at great prices. The course is in great shape considering all the hot weather as of late. Had the best hot dog at the turn. Overall just Fun Fun Fun.



Great experience! Staff very friendly, course is very good condition. Very wide fairways made it enjoyable for my group who are all shoot in the 80's and 90's. Great value for the price.

Jim (Sun Prairie, WI)


First group off the tee and nothing was said to us about using both sets of tees. Finished the front nine and was told there would be a 45 minute wait before we could tee off on the back nine. Never was offered to play through like most courses do for 18 hole players. I left after 9 holes, very poor communication.

Myra (Lagrangeville, NY)


Favorite hole is #14 - but all are great.

Tim (Palmyra, PA)


Course was in good condition; enjoyable but not spectacular.

Edward (Chatham, VA)


Really a fun course to play. Will be back.

Dave (Ancaster, ON)


Not a difficult course - it's a good place to play to knock off the rust of the winter layoff. The fairways, tees, and greens were in good shape. While it's not as aesthetically pretty as more expensive courses, it played well. We will pay again.

Lee (Brunswick, GA)


Outstanding first day golf course. Fairways and greens were great and staff was very friendly.

David (Poland, OH)


It was an overall good experience, one of our favorite courses.

Mike (Auburn Hills, MI)



Lawrence (Baltimore, MD)


Really good

Buck (Lawrenceville, VA)


I enjoyed playing Beachwood. This is a course that I would like to play first when playing four days. This is a great course for golfers of all handicaps.

Rick (Kingsport, TN)


We play Beachwood every year, great coarse for the price.

Tony (Johnson City, TN)



Edward (Moundsville, WV)


Good rating as this is winter golf.



The Staff was great, and for January golf the course was nice

Ray (Schenectady, NY)



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Michael (Mississauga, ON)


I played with my wife who is new to golf. This was her 4th game so we weren't playing fast. Regardless we were waiting at almost every tee for 5 minutes or so. There was a twosome ahead of us and a five some ahead of them. We managed to play through the group of five but then ran into a group of six. That's right, three carts and six players. No Marshall's in sight. Really slow and really amazing. I've never seen that before. The course is in good shape except a number of the ladies tees which are not flat. Not sure we will return given the slow play caused by the 'supersized' foursomes.

Jacqueline (Gaithersburg, MD)



Randy (Zionsville, IN)


Seems I little run down not up to the conditions of other courses in the area

Bill (Myrtle Beach, SC)


Outstanding course, Fairways and Greens were in great condition. The only problem was all the rain that Myrtle Beach received in the past 2 days. Cart Path only. Awesome course to play. We usually play 2-3 times during vacation week.

Tony (Crawford, GA)


Course was awesome with very challenging holes and varying degrees of difficulty will definately come back

James (Kingsport, TN)


Close by and in good shape

Arthur (North Myrtle, SC)


Fairways and tees were bad. Other courses same time of the year in good shape. Staff was great though

Joe (Central, SC)


Replay prices were reasonable. They want our business.

Conrad (Carleton, MI)



Paul (Woodbridge, VA)


Very good.



Played 2 real high end courses prior to Beachwood to keep cost reasonable. Course is decent, knew what course was and not to expect a lot. Very convenient to people staying in North MB. Tee boxes pretty chewed up.

Gail (Acworth, GA)


Very good.

Dan (Manassas, VA)


Greens were too slow. A lot of holes were too similar. Course condition was very good.

Maria (Durham, NC)


Nice enjoyable course; very good as a warm up round. Not as many memorable holes, but price was great.

Gary (Danville, VA)


Very good.

Richard (Hendersonville, NC)


Course was very wet due to storms. Still very nice course.

Robert (Wheeling, WV)



Deb (Lenoir City, TN)


Very good.

Edwin (Hudson, WI)


Was in very good shape. Will golf again.

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