2021 Host Courses
Designed by renowned golf course architect, Rees Jones, the uniquely contoured fairways and green complexes with an abundance of live oaks and well placed lakes, give this course a personality all its own. Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Arcadian Shores is a quick trip from all area accommodations. The convenience of location makes this course a regular choice for all visiting golfers and a local’s favorite. [COURSE WEBSITE]
The Love Course at Barefoot Resort is a traditional course with a Lowcountry character and incorporates Davis Love, III’s Carolina golfing experiences in the design. This visually striking course features course generous landing areas and greens complexes similar to those found on Pinehurst #2, which has hosted more single golf championships than any golf course in America. The Love Course is a Par 72 and plays over 7,000 yards. The course will challenge the good player, yet provide playability and enjoyment for the average player. [COURSE WEBSITE]
Located in the quaint fishing village of Calabash, NC, Crow Creek Golf Club is an 18 hole public course designed by architect, Rick Robbins. Since opening in 2000, the course has maintained the reputation for being one of the most immaculately maintained courses along the east coast. The tifsport bermuda fairways and V8 bent grass greens along with the challenging and fun layout make Crow Creek a preferred stop for visiting golfers, and a local’s favorite. [COURSE WEBSITE]
One of the most demanding par 4s in Myrtle Beach, the 16th hole at Glen Dornoch gets even the most skilled veterans longing for a stiff drink by the time they sink their putt. Not to worry, the 17th is absolutely stunning, and the 18th leads you straight to the clubhouse deck, where you can finally get that refreshing and well-earned beverage. [COURSE WEBSITE]
BOOK YOUR PRACTICE ROUNDS!
Utilize your Family Golf Week Tournament Gift Card and book a practice round for just $55 at ANY of these great courses.
We invite you into our home, the world of golf, home to the gem of the Carolinas, The Pearl Golf Links, Calabash, NC. The Pearl Golf Links is tucked quietly on the banks of the Brunswick coastal marshland in the heart of Calabash, North Carolina, and just a short drive from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Dan Maples masterfully designed The Pearl golf course in 1987, framing the course with the natural beauty of the woods and marshes of the Calabash River. [COURSE WEBSITE]
Pine Lakes was originally built upon natural dunes less than a half mile from the ocean and featured numerous freshwater lakes and rolling fairways. Designed by architect Robert White, the first president of the Professional Golfers' Association (PGA) of America and a co-founder of the American Society of Golf Course Architects, Pine Lakes has surpassed its initial glory after a complete restoration. [COURSE WEBSITE]
SHAFTESBURY GLEN GOLF & fISH cLUB
Experience Clyde Johnston‘s dream brought to life of a traditional English style golf course with all the beauty and drama of major national championship golf venues. Acquaint yourself with the origins of the game with a visit to the Shaftesbury Glen English manor clubhouse, also home to a first-class pro shop, restaurant and bar. [COURSE WEBSITE]
Wachesaw Plantation East
Nestled amid a former rice plantation in Murrells Inlet, Wachesaw Plantation East has reaped the awards you would anticipate from a former LPGA event site. The 2007 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year by the Myrtle Beach Golf Course Owners Association has consistently been among the Grand Strand’s highest-rated golf courses in terms of service, course condition and playability. Wachesaw East is the complete package. [COURSE WEBSITE]