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Split into three individual nine-hole courses – Cypress, Lakes and Waterway – Arrowhead Country Club in Myrtle Beach has the combinations to offer golfers a different feel each time out. The Cypress was designed around a natural hardwood wetland. Its mark is a three-hole stretch that includes Nos. 2-4. The second hole is a 571-yard par 5 with a mounded fairway that tricks players into shooting at the green earlier than they should. No. 3, a short par 3, asks players to traverse a parallel water hazard that splits the hole in two. And No. 4, while it has some scoring opportunities, requires not one, but two shots over a water hazard. The Lakes nine has a bit of a different feel, as the water involved is the Intercoastal Waterway. This stretch requires more finesse than power. Wrapping it up is the Waterway nine, a picturesque combination of the previous two.
The entire course switched to Mini-Verde Bermuda Greens in 2009 and also recently replaced all its entire golf fleet with 2012 EZ-GO TXT 48 carts. Arrowhead is conveniently located just minutes away from the heart of Myrtle Beach, a short drive from Myrtle Beach International Airport.
Arrowhead Country Club recently received an overall rating of 8.3 from reviewers at Myrtle Beach Golf Insider, with even higher marks in terms of course condition (tees, greens and fairways), as well as the pro shop and staff. The 27-hole Raymond Floyd/Tom Jackson design has also ranked as high as No. 8 on Myrtle Beach Golf Insider’s area course list amid a number of nationally known tracks. Other accolades include being named the 1998 “South Carolina Golf Course of the Year” by the National Golf Course Owners Association, a consistent winner among The Myrtle Beach Sun News’ “Best of the Beach” annual awards and WMBF News’ Best of the Grand Strand in 2012.
I have played golf in MB for about 50 years. This was one of my best experiences. The course, practice area, and the staff were all amazing. I will be back.
great condition, always challenging. water, water, water
A must play course every year for us, definitely the Cypress for sure. They have a booklet in the clubhouse with the course layout of every hole, for $4 it’s worth it!
Very kind & good condition
Great course. We will definitely play it again. All the staff were very attentive and helpful. The greens and fairways were in great shape. It’s not an easy course. With water and sand traps strategically placed makes it difficult for a first time player. Next time should be better. Definitely would recommend the course
Course is in excellent condition. Probably in the top 3 in MB right now for conditions. The staff are extremely friendly & helpful from the bag drop to inside the pro shop & grill. I highly recommend playing here.
Really enjoyed the consistency of the greens. Speed stayed even thru out the 18 we played. Even with the amount of rain before playing, and the course drying out as we played.All the staff we encountered were great, helpful and seemed happy we were there.Wish they would put the layout of the holes (like a yardage book) on the scorecard or with the cart.Being the first time playing the only time to get a good look at the hole was at the marker near the tee boxes. (Certainly not the end of the world thou)
Golf course was great as always and the Benny at the bag drop was the best. I recommend to everyone.
I always enjoy Arrowhead but this year the course was a bit muddy and soft. You can run the fairways on most holes but be careful of the low spots which can make a mess. We got the first tee time of the day to get out as a twosome but they put a single with us again. I understand they want to group people but I still feel they force people on you whether you want another person or not. Pawley's Plantation gave us the option of adding someone or not. The fairways are quite wet but playable. The greens are in good shape and very puttable.
Everything was great except the breakfast sandwiches. Need to toast the english muffins, and not burn the eggs.
Very tight with lots of water. Tough but fair course.
Unlimited practice balls
Well manicured, nice setting, classic Carolina golf.
Course and staff were great ....
GREAT Course! Immaculate condition other than VERY wet in a few places including two tee boxes virtually under water (which they couldn't do anything about). Some of the yardages got a little monotonous but we loved the lay-out and the condition other than wetness was exceptional.
Great track and staff. Will definitely play again and recommend
Played Cypress and Lakes. Cypress is more target golf with a small margin for error. Lakes is more forgiving and can be attacked for scoring. Both 9's in excellent shape with greens rolling smooth and quick.
The pin placements were extremely difficult.
Lakes 9 greens were meh. A little bumpy as they must have been aerated somewhat recently. Some burned out and thin in spots. Cypress 9 was in better shape. More lush and the greens were smooth.
Overall nice on the water 9 the green had been recently punch so a little bumpy.
Awesome course Tee To Green, in great shape. My 2nd time to play it. Will play again.
Outstanding!! Staff was friendly and course was great. Had one 9 closed due to aeration but the other 18 were in immaculate shape. I usually try to play something different each time I'm here but this one just might become a regular for me and my daughter!!
Arrowhead is my favorite course in Myrtle Beach. They always take care of us. We have a tournament every year and they are the most friendly course, the rangers always are friendly and helpful. Most of the others are a pain !!!
Terrific all around golf facility. Has everything; fine practice area, very nice clubhouse and staff, and three terrific different nine holes which are in nice condition with interesting design and lots of variety. Can't go wrong with this place. Mid range pricing is appropriate.
Very nice course, challenging and in great shape.
Course in great shape staff very friendly course not over crowed played in 4.5 hours.
The friendly crew that checked us in was outstanding. The course is challenging given the amount of water plus wind but it is fair. Very plush fairways with smooth and fast greens. Played 27 then went back for another 18 with a 'replay' rate. Excellent staff and course.
Greens were fast and above average. First nine holes were slow (2h 32m), but the marshall did a great jn and holes 9-18 were played under 2h 10.
Great condition. Average play speed. Challenging and very scenic.
The course was absolutely outstanding! Fairways had some bounce and run in them so take that into account with club selection.
Excellent service throughout. Tees were not cut on Waterway and Cypress courses, Lakes tees were perfect. Staff accommodated our request to play additional 9 holes and the fee was reasonable. Great experience.
Great layout, course in excellent condition. Greens were very slow in the early morning.
Enjoyed playing. Was raining at the time of our original start and pro shop was very accommodating in pushing our time back a few hours. Great staff, challenging layout, plenty of water in play. Course overall in great shape.
Course was in good shape considering all the water the area has had. Best course we played this week.
Most unique selection of holes in MB. 27 holes and I would say that only two or three are your run of the mill holes that you would find on the average golf course. Five of the six par 5's are as fun, challenging and different than most par 5s you'll ever play. The par 3's are as picturesque as there is in MB as well as most courses elsewhere. Caledonia is my favorite course in MB but I would put Arrowhead right there with Grande Dunes, Tidewater and Prestwick. Always in great condition, staff awesome and always free range balls. If you have never played Arrowhead it is a must on your next trip. I have played 71 courses in MB and this will always be in my top 3/4. If you like golf as well as the course layout, routing and easy on the eye you will LOVE Arrowhead, I guarantee it!
Always a great stop. Greens were in good shape, fairways a little thin but all the courses are struggling a bit with all the rain for the last 3 months. I would recommend a round here as it is one of the better layouts at Myrtle.
A frost delay is a pain but the staff did their best to get things going and we had a good day. The fairways were a little thin in spots because of all the rain the area has suffered but they were playable. Arrowhead is always a good time. The greens were in great shape.
Wonderfully condition golf course went fast greens. Great staff were informative and helpful.
Great course, very helpful and welcoming staff. Reasonably priced for the quality of the course and staff!
Challenging but very attractive views. Great condition.
Great course condition too many short par 4's
Beautiful Intracoastal Waterway holes. Greens were in great shape for this time of year.
Premium on accuracy off the tee with course playing even a little shorter than tees would indicate otherwise. One of the few Myrtle area courses where I would suggest backing up a set of tees versus driving through the fairway on doglegs routinely.
I was not informed of an outing taking place just before our tee time. It took 6 hours to play 18 holes and the staff did nothing to speed up the players in front of us. Totally uncalled for. May never play Arrowhead again.
Mid handicappers from the uk. Played all 27 holes. The cypress 9 proving to be the most tricky out of the other 2 nines. Quite an eventful round with all 27 holes proving to be a test with some great approach shots and testing tee shots. Placement rather than power works well on this course. Took on the par 3 challenge and just missed out on doubling my money. Greens ran true and tees in great condition. Only downside for me was being bitten by a dog which ran onto the course from the inter coastal waterway but dont let that put you off this great track.
(Liked the) layout, nature.
Course is always in super condition.
Played all three courses. Very good. Nice to play a course in March that is all green.
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