PlayGolfMyrtleBeach.com Ambassadors Jimmy Biggs of Pine Lakes Country Club, Scott Thrailkill of Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort and Ryan Hart of Golf Tourism Solutions’ Events Division weighed in with their choices for the top putting surfaces in Myrtle Beach golf.Long Bay Golf Club has everything from your little kidney-size greens to large greens.When people look at greens, the first thing everybody wants to look at is who’s got the greens that are in great shape, and TPC always seems to have that.But I like to look at more about the greens.So when I get on TPC and I get out there and I hit some good shots, even when I hit them close I feel like there’s a challenge to the greens for me that is different from other courses.And it makes you feel a lot better about making a putt, as well. .
Myrtle Beach Golf Courses Replacing Greens
Seven Myrtle Beach area golf courses will be using the hot summer months to install new ultradwarf Bermudagrass greens.King’s North, which has also been part of Golf Digest’s list of America’s 100 Greatest Courses, is currently closed and will reopen on August 21 with new Champion ultradwarf greens.The sixth hole is a dogleg left and the elevated fairway is being lowered and mounding is being added to the right side to keep more drives in play. .
The Best Greens on the Grand Strand
We are happy to say that our golf course is in fantastic shape!This group is a collection of PGA Golf Professionals from the area along with most of the package providers and hotel golf directors in Myrtle Beach.Needless to say this group has played a lot of golf on all the golf course in the area.Be sure to replace ball marks please.Currently the greens are in PGA TOUR condition according to many of the PGA professionals in attendance at the outing.“I haven’t putted better greens that this anywhere.”. .
Best Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach
Along this 60-mile stretch of South Carolina coastline called the ‘Grand Strand,’ you’ll be amazed at how every course has its own distinct feel. .
Go Island-Hopping on the Grand Strand's Favorite Island Greens
Go Island-Hopping on the Grand Strand’s Favorite Island Greens.17 Island Green.So grab your 9-iron and your nerve as we go island-hopping to some of Myrtle Beach Golf’s favorite island greens on the Grand Strand:.13: A foot bridge on the back side of the green is your only connection to the island, although a well-placed tee shot can allow your golf ball to take a direct flight.A large bunker and two trees are the only obstacles on this 136-yard par-3, except for all that water between you and the cup.* Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club’s No.The small green demands accuracy and has been known to gobble up a lot of golf balls. .
PGA Professionals Rank Myrtle Beach's Top 20 Courses
The famed Dunes Golf & Beach Club , a Robert Trent Jones Sr. design that has hosted USGA, PGA, LPGA events, was the clear No.Grande Dunes Resort Club , which features five holes that play along the Intracoastal, was fourth, and Prestwick , the biggest top 10 surprise, was No.“Traveling golfers ask us what the best course in the area is all the time, and we wanted to be able to answer the question with more than personal opinion,” said Justin Binke, director of sales and marketing for MyrtleBeachGolfTrips.com. .
Better bring a strong putting game to these Myrtle Beach courses
If you're looking for a golf course that will put your group's flat sticks to the test, try out one of these five courses that boast some of the area's best, and most challenging greens.When you miss a putt at the Dunes Golf & Beach Club, arguably Myrtle Beach's most coveted round of golf, you've got no one to blame but yourself.Whether you appreciate the artistic beauty or loathe the sometimes-bizarre designs of them, you'll be awestruck by the imaginative complexes at True Blue Golf Plantation.Even better, the TifEagle Bermuda turf is kept in firm and fast condition most times of year.Tillinghast-inspired raised greens at Shaftesbury Glen Golf & Fish Club are difficult to hit and guarded by large bunkers.They aren't the most sloping greens in Myrtle Beach like Oyster Bay or Heritage Club, but the A1 bentgrass greens are kept in firm and fast condition and the slopes are subtle, so be sure to get in your Camilo Villegas "Spiderman" crouch and get your read down right. .
Myrtle Beach's 5 Most Memorable Island Green Par 3s
The 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass is golf’s most famous island green and there isn’t a close second.17 is Myrtle Beach’s longest to an island green from the regular tees.The tee shot is daunting for all the obvious reasons and the green has significant undulation. .
Sneaking in a Little Golf… in Myrtle Beach
Its central location on the strand, with 8 holes along the water, offers a mix of local sites, from the backdrop of Myrtle’s low-rise beach condos to the serene views of the marshes and ocean beyond. .