Just enter your Email address and your zip code and you'll receive the very best money saving deals you can find in Myrtle Beach.
In 1966, Litchfield Country Club opened on the site of an old rice plantation and is one of the original eight courses along the Grand Strand. Litchfield was awarded 4.5 stars in Golf Digest’s “2008 – Places to Play” and also one of the “Worlds 50 Best - 1996” by Conde Nast Traveler. Litchfield offers challenges to golfers of all levels.
The 13th hole is a long par five with a lake along the entire left side and with O.B. along the right; this hole consistently ranks as one of the more difficult at Litchfield. The 18th hole is the signature hole at Litchfield. A precise tee shot must be hit to setup the demanding approach over water. Live oaks and Carolina pines are sprinkled throughout this historic property.
Posted on 12/02
We continue our multi-part series with four reasons to point the compass down from Myrtle Beach proper and take advantage of the Waccamaw Golf Trail. - Read More
Posted on 11/10
Returning to the links after a months-long layoff is not an immediate process, at least not for those wishing to do so successfully. We attempt to knock the dust off the clubs and the rust out of our shoulders. For most, that’s easier said than done. - Read More
Posted on 10/26
As the course approaches its 50th anniversary in November, establishing and then holding on to all the reasons Litchfield is about to hit that golden celebration is the prioritized topic these days. - Read More
Posted on 10/11
Nestled along the Grand Strand's scenic southern shores are seven of the area's most in-demand designs - part of the Southern Beach Collection that has vacationing golfers raving and returning year after year. Join us in this video tour as Myrtle Beach golf ambassador Meredith Kirk profiles each of these spectacular layouts. - Read More