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Take a golf trip around the world without ever leaving the Grand Strand at the World Tour Golf Links in Myrtle Beach. Rated by Golf Digest as “4 ½ Stars” (2008), World Tour has also been named “National Golf Course of the Year” by the National Golf Course Owners Association (2004) and “Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year” by the Myrtle Beach Golf Course Owners Association (2003). Inspired by the greatest courses in the world with famous layouts resembling Pine Valley, Augusta National and St. Andrews, it’s no wonder it has been honored to receive awards and mentions from numerous sources.
The difficult task in having to assign a signature hole for a course is hard enough when each of the 27 holes at World Tour represents a signature hole from all over the world. The most memorable hole – No. 9 on the Open Course, a 329-yard (members) par 4 - is a tribute to the closing hole at St. Andrews. It has one of the widest fairways in golf, and the approach shot features the stone bridge where Arnold Palmer’s famous farewell was preserved in a historic photo taken at The King’s last British Open in 1996.
Friendly staff wonderful course beautiful
A wonderful day of golf history on the course.
Free range balls before round was really nice.
Great layout and service. Tees were fair; greens were very sandy. If the greens were in good shape then this is a top tier course.
Awesome course. Worlds best holes all on 1 course
Had a great time.with all the rain the course was in good shape.
In a few months the greens should be back to normal. 4 very bad ones now but overall a fun experience.
Nicest staff went over and above already planning next year to make sure to play the coarse more than once.
The course concept is AWESOME. The Starters & Attendants were phenomenally friendly and helpful. A thoroughly enjoyable experience!
Only seen the cart girl once. Other than that it was an outstanding experience!
Very nice course. Greens were in very rough shape from the winter, but still a desirable, wonderful golf course.
Layout is well done. Favorite hole was English Turn # 15. Golfed around the world in a single day.
Staff was absolutely amazing, they make a rookie feel like a PGA professional. Course was in great shape although a few of the greens weren’t in ideal shape, but it added a little challenge. Only thing we didn’t like was the beginning of our round we got stuck behind a large group off of the 1st tee. When the starter realized somebody made a mistake he promptly sent us to hole 1 on the championship course so it wasn’t a really big deal.
Course was in excellent shape, even after heavy rains.
Would have liked to known specifics of the club/course. It was too difficult being linked to other courses.
Honestly one of the best golf experiences I’ve ever had. Course was majestic! My only complaint is they don’t carry many small shirts in the pro shop.
After rain no one to help unload carts. Excellent course I would come back.
Liked the layout.
Everything was excellent except the very slow play for a course that was not busy. No marshalls on the course
Worth every penny! Great experience from the moment we pulled onto the property until we left. Very friendly staff. Course was one of the best I’ve ever played.
Staff was excellent. Course in great shape early.
Playing 18 holes from all over the world. Favorite hole island green par 3.
The course was in good shape after having three inches of rain the night before
It was a pleasure to play this course. Very hard for medium players as us but we have had a great fun to play.
Very nice course with a really nice layout. They did a great job replicating famous holes and the course was in excellent shape. Especially for this earlier in the year with the just getting out of winter. Good pace of play and a very friendly/knowledgeable staff.
I liked the explanation on each hole. Gorgeous course! Want to come back soon!
Wow! What a course! From the check in to the last hole everything was great. The greens are trying to make their way in but that's just due to the time of year. The course was pretty challenging but it was great to play replicas of all the top holes in the world.
liked amen corner
Course was excellent! Pace perfect. Never had to wait. Really enjoyed this course and the hole placards.
Fantastic Course I will return.
Greeting staff from the front gate thru the starter & marshalls were terrific.
I loved the course and will be back. Great atmosphere.
The experience on course was very good. The greens could have been in a little better conditions but good for the amount of play. The grill is slow due to the number of people trying attend bar and tables. overall i would play again.
The experience of playing holes designed with famous holes in mind, is a very unique experience. Anyone who watches and plays golf should play here at least once. We had an amazing day. We will most definitely be back, next time with friends!
Absolutely amazing. Very impressive clubhouse viewed as soon as you arrive. Very efficient bag drop area and check in was easy peasy. Playing a round on historic golf holes was fun. My partner shot Amen Corner one over par!!
Staff was great! Course was in great condition.
Love course layout even though played worst round in 15 yrs
Everything is absolutely amazing. From the staff members down to the hole layouts. Definitely coming back to play numerous times.
My husband and son loved it. There are a few greens that need to be repaired. Great place to golf!!
only thing that would have been nicer would have been gps in the carts. exceptional experience!!!!!
my buddy and i drove down from western new york for two golf mostly days in myrtle beach. we teed off at 8:40 as some of the first to go out. a seasonal 44 degrees with a 20 mile per hour wind to boot. nonetheless we very much enjoyed the challenge. scores were higher than usual with tough wind conditions. took another crack at the championship 9 and played pretty well. very much enjoyed the course. staff was great. will do it again.
The staff is fabulous. The layout is nice and in good shape given the time of year (Feb). Also had lunch in the club house which was good and reasonably priced.
Course was in great condition for January. Very enjoyable round.
Fun layout! We played from the gold tees, which at times played a little long, especially because the course was soggy from a bad rain storm the night before! I think the course slope is a little low, given the amount of water & forced carries, island greens. I'm looking forward to going back
GOLF BOARDS! made the experience
Would have like to known that it was going to be cart path only
Great layout and challenging. Course can be a bit difficult to find. Drove by the entrance sign twice as it is somewhat hidden.
Overall a good experience
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