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Arnie’s Army…there’s no question this is the game’s largest and most enduring fan base. And while Bay Hill is known as Arnie’s place in Orlando, King’s North at Myrtle Beach National is unquestionably Arnie’s place in South Carolina. As one of three championship courses at Myrtle Beach National, King’s North remains a “must play” for vacationers and locals year after year. Originally opened in 1973 in the midst of Arnie’s hall of fame career, King’s North underwent a full restoration in 1996 to the delight of golfers…receiving national acclaim as a “top 100 greatest public courses” in 2004 by Golf Digest. The design is unforgettable…with a combination of parkland feel holes beautifully mixed with picture-perfect par three’s, dogleg par four’s and risk-reward par five’s…most notably the iconic par-five sixth. Aptly named “the Gambler”, players must make their bet whether to play safely out to the right or reach for the island fairway…a gamble that will afford the opportunity to reach this par five in two…though not without a watery risk. Water…bunkering…mature trees…and an abundance of mother nature defines this 18-hole experience that stretches to over 7,000 yards from the back tees. The par-three twelfth remains one of the most notable par threes in all of South Carolina, especially from above…with its signature “S” “C” bunkers that define this island green par three. Perhaps saving the best for last, the finishing eighteenth features more than forty bunkers from tee to green offering stunning visuals…and challenge…to finish your round. King’s North at Myrtle Beach National is an iconic tribute to Arnold Palmer’s playing and design career with accolades and memorabilia found throughout the clubhouse. With year-round pristine course conditions, there’s no wonder Arnie’s Army continues to grow here in Myrtle Beach. Experience King’s North at Myrtle Beach National…a signature Arnold Palmer design centrally located in Myrtle Beach…a must play on the Grand Strand!