Vast Majority of Myrtle Beach Golf Courses Remain Open, These 11 Choose to Temporarily Close

As the entire nation deals with the fallout from our fight with the COVID-19 pandemic, the one question we get most often is: Are Myrtle Beach golf courses open?

Yes, Myrtle Beach golf courses are absolutely open for play. Restrictions on short term rentals for hotels, Airbnb and VRBO properties that run through April 30 prevent out-of-state trips, for obvious reasons, but locals have enjoyed a beautiful spring on the course.

The Grand Strand is home to approximately 90 golf courses and 11 opted to temporarily close, due to the lack of demand created by the loss of the spring season. Below are the area courses that closed for the short term:

Aberdeen Country Club

Arcadian Shores Golf Club

Burning Ridge Golf Club

Colonial Charters Country Club

Founders Club

Hackler Course at Coastal Carolina

Members Club at Grande Dunes

River Club

Wild Wing Plantation

Willbrook Plantation

World Tour Golf Links

To reiterate, the courses all plan to reopen as soon as demand dictates and are still be maintained in preparation to open