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Nestled in the Waccamaw Golf Trail, TPC (The Players Club) of Myrtle Beach is located in Murrells Inlet, a few miles south of Myrtle Beach.
The golf course was recognized by the Audubon Society as a Certified Cooperative Sanctuary. TPC is home to numerous types of wildlife, including the Great Blue Herons, swans, red foxes, otters and alligators native to the area.
But the wildlife is simply icing on the cake at TPC of Myrtle Beach. The pristine conditions of these manicured fairways continue to wow first-time players and regulars alike. The course, though, wasn’t satisfied. It has replaced its greens with Champion Ultradwarf and refurbished greenside bunkers with new sand and updated drainage. It adds to the overall feel that Grand Strand Players can get only at TPC. A former stop for the PGA Senior Tour, the 6,950-yard course (from the back tees) has elevation differences built into its native Lowcountry acreage. Finishing each nine, players will find two of the most fantastic holes on the course, including the one-handicap, 472-yard par 4 No. 9 and the par-5 No. 18, a hole that brings trees, water, sand and pure distance into the mix.
TPC of Myrtle Beach recently received a rating of 8.8 from reviewers at Myrtle Beach Golf Insider, with even higher marks from those ranking its fairways, pro shop and staff. Without question, TPC is one of the Grand Strand’s finest courses, evidenced by the fact that it has been given the prestigious five-star ranking from Golf Digest. Golfweek also ranked the Tom Fazio design No. 8 in South Carolina for “Best Courses You Can Play”. It has also been named “Top 10 Upscale Public Courses in America” by Golf Magazine and one of the “Top 100 Golf Shops in America” by GolfWorld Business. Most recently, Golf Digest ranked the course among “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses 2013-2014.”
Challenging, would like to come back and give it another try. Great customer service with my lost head cover
Gator on 17
Greens were slow. My expectation of a TPC course are fast greens. Other than that very nice course.
This is my home course, but there are many I can choose to play. TPC Myrtle Beach is a course that will challenge you, but it’s also fun to play. Always in great shape. Well taken care of. From bag drop to the lounge area it’s professional and class
Wonderful experience. Helpful and friendly staff. Course in great shape. Pace of play was not an issue. Had to wait on a couple of par 3’s, but not long.
Top-shelf Golf at its best. From the bag drop to pro Shop everything went right. The course while it is extremely hard one the beauty is all around you. Why I waited 3 years to replay here I’ll never know.
Played 10/02/2017 - Every aspect of course was in immaculate condition; tee boxes (neat), fairways (plush) and greens (fast) were the best I’ve seen in the last since 6 years. I had excellent Breakfast and Lunch experience, served by cheerful staff.
Outstanding course and well managed
Course was in very good shape condition, but it was disappointing for it to be cart path only.
All the staff was extremely friendly and helpful
5 hour in,left after hole 13. Drunk loud groups. 10-15 minute waits between shots on a very cold day. Beautiful course but not worth the aggravation
Where the alligator was in the course
Practice complexe great
detailed rules of this course, like the pace of the 18-hole play
It was in beautiful shape. It was the only course where the greens would hold an approach shot.
The entire experience was great.
Great course and in excellent condition, this was my son's first big course at Myrtle Beach and it's going to be hard to top, he really enjoyed it, I believe it has sparked his interest in golf and he can't wait to go back. Thanks again.
The grill was closed but the waitress helped me with a sandwich early in the morning.
The course had been recently hit by a Hurricane so given that fact it was still in good condition but obviously not at it's prime.
Playing at TPC is a grand experience. I love the fact that I live across the street from it. Even though I'm a terrible golfer, playing there is a great experience.
The 18th is difficult for the sake of being difficult not because it enhances the golf experience. Yardage markers on course are ESSENTIAL!
Best course in Myrtle Beach.
18th being inaccessible to persons with handicaps that limit walking.
Would like to see faster greens, but i guess time of the year and recent overseeding didst allow for it. Still greens run true and smooth. Loved the Golfboard!
Post hurricane condition was better than expected well done.
I liked the variety of golf shots this course gave me.
The whole experience was great
It was all good.
Awesome course layout that was tough yet not demoralizing. Staff was the most personable and friendly ever encountered at a golf course which made the fee easier to swallow. Soaking rain the night before yet the greens were pristine and the fairways very manageable and every trouble spot was being worked on and one of the favorite holes was 18 headed back to the club house. Best golf experience ever thanks TPC.
I like playing here. The only thing that could be improved is the selection of clothing in the pro shop. I thought the selection at other courses was better, so consequently I didn't buy anything.
Nice mix of holes
All around great facility.
Like the course layout.
We enjoyed the entire TPC experience, we had a beginner golfer with us an he had a great time.
I liked everything about this course but the older man at the bag drop, I arrived 1.5 hours early to warm up and eat lunch and he was rushing me to tee off early and share a cart with another single. The starter, (black umbrella on the side of his golf cart) was also not too friendly, he accused us of jumping holes on the front 9. I would have fired him for his attitude towards us.
We played on Monday August 22. All 4 members of our group were pretty disappointed with... 1). Despite all members of our foursome being 12 hcps/lower and playing at reasonable pace, we were pushed entire round by groups that had 2 and 3 golfers. It got the the point of utter annoyance. There could be been a WAY better matching of these smaller groups of players with others. 2). Pretty much our entire front 9 (which we teed on ##10), at least 6-7 holes we were dealing with grass cutting equipment and other course maintenance crews. REALLY annoying! 3). Similar to ##2, we literally thought you were filming an episode of Ax Men with the log/stump grinders rolling/blarring on many holes. 4). Most courses give warming and/or discount when greens are top dressed. It affected the greens on 1-9. No warning were provided/given until we saw starter that morning.
Beverage cart would have been appreciated.
Fairways have some bare spots here and there. They are cutting some trees to improve some sun exposure and air flow according to the starter. Attendants are very friendly and attentive. 2nd time we played there.
It was challenging with some of the bunkers.
The course and facilities were the best I've ever experienced.
Found the fairways a bit thin. Maintenance staff was incredibly rude. Not caring whether they were mowing as we tried to play. One of the staff deliberately stopped in my field if play to tell me my cart was not on the path after the cart path signs. My cart was pulled off the path 2-3 feet. I was not in the fairway. I was 75 yards away from green. This was extremely uncalled for and obvious that he just wanted to cause a confrontation. The person in question took an enjoyable round and ruined it. When I brought it up with the pro shop I was given a blank expression apology.
Course is in fair shape. Greens are running fast & true. Some rough spots here & there but overall not bad. Staff was very accommodating & the wet towel after the round was nice. Very hot & humid day. Pace of play was excellent. Very nice pub & grill on premises.
My son and I played the course on a Sunday morning. Got paired up with another dad and his son - random but worked out perfect. The course was in great shape but was most impressed with the staff. Friendly and helpful from the moment we got there until the cold towel at the end of the round. Will definitely play there again. Great deal with juniors playing free
(Would like to have known prior to play) that they have removed hundreds of trees. That the green speeds rarely broke an 8. That it was pedestrian when compared to a dozen area courses. TPC must stand for Time to Play another Course. Not what I have experienced at a dozen other TPC vourses
Posted on 01/09
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Posted on 01/01
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Posted on 12/18
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Posted on 12/11
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Posted on 11/27
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Posted on 10/27
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Posted on 10/09
Book your spring golf trip now! Spring rates won’t get any lower than this and tee times sell out quickly. Choose from a range of courses like classic designs to Tour-quality challenges, and from Lowcountry gems in Pawleys Island to Top 100 golf courses in Myrtle Beach. - Read More
Posted on 10/02
The Waccamaw Golf Trail - its 11 golf courses located 20-40 minutes south of Myrtle Beach - is a true force to be reckoned with all its own. The tracks feature some heavy hitters in the design industry and a few of the most decorated courses in all of the Palmetto State. - Read More
Posted on 09/18
Marsh grasses, ponds, waste and sand bunkers. Any old course can plunk a hazard down and affect a hole. Some designers, however, found a way to get really creative with theirs. The Perfect Round series showing the best of Grand Strand golf includes several holes where the hazard not only alters strategy and playability - it is directly responsible for the hole’s personality. - Read More
Posted on 09/15
Meredith speaks with TPC Myrtle Beach's 1st Assistant Golf Professional Chad Sullivan about the phenomenal golf experience visiting golfers can expect at this top rated facility. - Read More
Posted on 09/11
For some, it’s the rush of excitement. For others, it’s the tie to a time before man. The emotions of a run-in with an alligator on a golf course can fall anywhere on the spectrum, but indifference is almost never an option. - Read More
Posted on 09/07
6 Grand Strand Golf Courses have teamed up with TaylorMade to offer free custom club fittings this fall. - Read More
Posted on 08/28
You can get 50 percent off tee times before 8:30 a.m. when you book three rounds now on seven gorgeous Lowcountry Courses: Litchfield Country Club, River Club, Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club, Willbrook Plantation, TPC Myrtle Beach, Founders Club, and Tradition Club. - Read More
Posted on 08/25
Casey Cook, Director of retail for Founders Group International talks about the exciting new adiPure line by adidas® and where you can find it on the Grand Strand. - Read More
Posted on 08/20
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Posted on 08/16
Meredith catches up with Casey Cook, Director of Retail for Founders Group International. Casey showcases some of the fun new merchandise items that you will find throughout the golf shops in Myrtle Beach. - Read More
Posted on 07/10
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Posted on 05/22
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Posted on 05/15
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Posted on 05/01
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Posted on 03/16
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Posted on 03/14
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Posted on 02/27
Fresh off the 2017 Dustin Johnson World Junior Championship, Meredith catches up with TPC Head Golf Professional Matt Daly. Matt discusses the preparation that went in hosting such an elite event and discusses why you should experience TPC Myrtle Beach on your Myrtle Beach Golf Trip. - Read More
Posted on 02/25
Myrtle Beach Golf Ambassador Meredith Kirk caught up with 2016 United States Open Champ and recently ranked number one player in the world, Dustin Johnson at TPC Myrtle Beach. Johnson offers up a couple of tips on how you can improve your game. - Read More
Posted on 02/13
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Posted on 02/01
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Posted on 01/23
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Posted on 12/15
In this video, Dustin Johnson Golf School Director of Coaching Allen Terrell discusses the three key components to better bunker play – and how you can properly execute the primary elements of each. - Read More
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 11/04
Founders Group International manages 22 of Myrtle Beach’s most respected courses, four of which have recently been named to Golf Magazine’s list of best courses you can play in South Carolina. - Read More
Posted on 09/15
When Golf's editors recently released their 2016/2017 “Top 100 Courses You Can Play” list and “Best In State” rankings, they confirmed the Myrtle Beach area has the best collection of golf courses in the country. - Read More
Posted on 08/22
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Posted on 08/10
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Posted on 08/01
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Posted on 06/17
In three-plus decades the author has played dozens of golf courses along the 60-some miles of the Myrtle Beach “Grand Strand." Here is a sampler of eight of his favorites. - Read More
Posted on 06/02
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Posted on 04/20
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Posted on 02/19
After posting an opening-round 86, the last thing on Delaney Shah’s mind entering Monday’s final round of the Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship was winning the golf tournament. Even after rebounding strongly with a 12-stroke improvement in Sunday’s second round, the North Potomac, Maryland high school senior was more focused on finishing strong regardless of where the final result took her. - Read More
Posted on 02/17
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Posted on 01/14
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Posted on 12/22
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Posted on 12/17
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Posted on 12/07
One of the nation’s preeminent golf course owner-operators has joined forces with one of the world’s top players for a first-time, international junior competition. Founders Group International (FGI), the Dustin Johnson Golf School and Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday are collaborating to host the inaugural Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship, set for Feb. 13-15, 2016 at TPC Myrtle Beach. - Read More
Posted on 10/30
With her lates instructional piece, LPGA Instructor and Myrtle Beach golf ambassador Meredith Kirk demonstrates two easy ways to set up your best-ever golf round. This video was filmed on location at TPC Myrtle Beach in Murrells Inlet, S.C. - Read More
Posted on 10/16
In the latest installment of her instructional series, LPGA Instructor and Myrtle Beach golf ambassador Meredith Kirk shows us three simple steps to improving your posture and balance in your golf swing. This tip was recorded on location at TPC Myrtle Beach in Murrells Inlet, S.C. - Read More