Enjoy Myrtle Beach Golf In Grande Fashion

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by Golf Trips Staff

Myrtle Beach is famous for miles and miles of picturesque beaches along the Carolina coastline and, of course, the great game of golf. Its many choices include 23 award-winning Prime Times Signature Courses located throughout the 60-mile span of South Carolina’s Grand Strand – one of the main reasons golfers from all over the world come here to play.

If you’re lucky enough to be staying right in the heart of Myrtle Beach, there are no fewer than 11 top golf courses nearby – and each one is a rather grand part of a very select group of golf courses that we like to call the Grande Collection.

The Grand Collection includes many of the great names in golf, courses such as the Rees Jones-designed Arcadian Shores, three courses designed by the legendary Arnold Palmer at Myrtle Beach National, two popular designs at Myrtlewood Golf Club, and the innovative layout at Wild Wing Plantation – as well as three courses currently ranked in the Top 100 Courses You Can Play in America! In addition, Grande Dunes was named one of the great golf clubs of the world by PGA Magazine, and its two courses – the Resort Club and Members Club – have received countless national awards.

Designed by the Roger Rulewich Group, the Resort Club at Grande Dunes looks down from a high bluff over the Intracoastal Waterway with large, welcoming Bermuda grass fairways and perfectly groomed Champion Bermuda greens. It includes a picturesque finish to the front nine, and a spectacular par-3 at number 14 that’s been a favorite of visiting golfers for years.

Pine Lakes Country Club has long been a Grand Strand favorite, and it bears the unique and sole distinction of being the first golf course ever built in Myrtle Beach back in 1927. Pine Lakes has enjoyed a complete restoration, surpassing its original glory while still maintaining much of its spirited 1920’s design, especially on the back nine.

The final top member of the illustrious Grand Collection of signature courses is King’s North at Myrtle Beach National, designed by “The King” himself, Arnold Palmer. This spectacular design features some of Myrtle Beach golf’s most iconic holes – including the par-3 12th hole with its island green and unique bunkering, and the par-5 6th – better known as “The Gambler,” where you’ll truly need to “ know when to hold ‘em, and know when to fold ‘em” when you test your game on this ultimate risk/reward hole.

Wherever you decide to play, the choice is always yours, but it’s important to remember that the Prime Times Signature Courses are especially designed for you … and if you happen to be staying in the heart of Myrtle Beach, nothing is more convenient or challenging than the Grand Collection! Why travel for miles and miles when so many great golf courses are right here in your own backyard? Each course is different with its own set of unique challenges, but they’re all perfect for every golfer, from amateur to pro and everything in between.

So, why not play the Grand Collection today? You’ll enjoy multi-round pricing and kids play FREE incentive … and it’s all right here, in the heart of Myrtle Beach!

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Arcadian Shores Golf Club

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Wild Wing – Avocet Course

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Grande Dunes Resort Club

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Pine Lakes Country Club

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