When visiting Myrtle Beach for your golf trip, you want to hit the most interesting and challenging courses possible. Well, we have your list right here are the Grand Strand and Myrtle Beach’s 6 Most Unique Golf Courses.
Located in Carolina Forest, World Tour Golf Links takes you around the world in 18 holes. Each hole is a replication of a famous hole on one of many famous courses from across the globe. It’s a fun way to experience golf holes you otherwise might not get to experience from a plethora of other countries.
Pine Lakes is one of the oldest courses in the area, having opened in 1927. It is also the launch place of Sports Illustrated Magazine, and its clubhouse is home to the Myrtle Beach Golf Hall of Fame. Steeped in history, this is one course you’ll want to play again and again.
The Man O’ War is built on a former wildlife preserve with challenging water hazards on nearly every hole. The design of the course is meant to simulate playing golf while island hopping and this course does not disappoint as you hop from hole to hole.
Willbrook Plantation located in Pawleys Island, this course is situated on two former rice and indigo plantations. The course features historical markers throughout. The active wildlife habitat gives you a glimpse of the many animals that make the area home, including a large selection of birds and even gators.
Located in North Myrtle Beach, the Love Course at Barefoot Resort is a delight to play. This interesting course was designed by Davis Love III and offers unique views on every hole. The most famous hole is the fourth with a replica of a decaying southern plantation which happens to be one of the most photographed holes in the world of golf.
While Myrtle Beach National features three very excellent courses, the Kings North Course gets a special mention here because of its notoriously difficult 18th hole. The hole features over 40 bunkers to watch out for and is known as one of the most challenging holes in all of Myrtle Beach.
With 100+ golf courses to choose from, you won’t get bored golfing in Myrtle Beach. There’s literally a course for everyone. However, if you want to see and try a course that is a little bit different, interesting or unique, these Grand Strand and Myrtle Beach’s 6 Most Unique Golf Courses. Don’t forget that you’ll need a way to travel to these great courses and make sure to reserve your van with Big E Car Rentals before your trip so you can travel from course to course in comfort with plenty of leg room and room for all of your golf gear.