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No destination can match the variety and sheer quantity of golf courses quite like Myrtle Beach, S.C. The "Grand Strand" still consists of over 100 golf courses, most of which are public. Here's TravelGolf.com's look at Myrtle Beach golf in pictures.
The next near-8,000-yard golf course has been announced. Eagle Nest Golf Course near Myrtle Beach is now the longest course in the state.
Scottish-inspired Legends resort in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina: A Grand Strand golf vacation in and of itself
With three golf courses located at the resort -- the Heathland, Moorland and Parkland -- the Scottish-inspired Legends is a Grand Strand vacation in and of itself. Legends' Heathland, designed by Tom Doak, mimics a links from the British Isles. P.B. Dye's Moorland has a great reputation as a tough East Coast play. And the Parkland offers the diversity and beauty of the natural Lowcountry terrain. Tree-lined fairways, multi-level greens and massive bunkers abound.
No golf course along the Grand Strand has played a better host to so much history than The Dunes Golf and Beach Club, located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, S.C. The Robert Trent Jones, Sr. design has served as the playground for hackers, hopefuls and heroes since opening in 1948.
The Dunes Club remains the pinnacle of golf in Myrtle Beach, thanks to an innovative Robert Trent Jones design on 24 acres. The design has been described as one of Jones' most influential courses among his 500-plus designs.
Even golfers who come to Myrtle Beach each year may have never heard of the exclusive Members Club at Grande Dunes resort - or have, but assume there's no public play. True, it's a private golf club, but guests of the resort's Marina Inn are welcome to play throughout their stay.
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