Five distinguished North Strand facilities offer truly incredible golf experiences
Coastal Golfaway’s list of the Top 25 Myrtle Beach Golf Course Rankings is your personal guide to the absolute best courses on the Grand Strand. One great appeal to using the rankings for planning your next golfaway is that the list provides options from one end of the Strand to the other. If you want to plan a trip that focuses on north-end courses, you can do so – and it is easy to see the best options available to you with the touch of a button.
Coming in at #4 on the list, Tidewater Golf Club is an outstanding golf experience in North Myrtle Beach. The land that surrounds the course is truly special, with boats passing by on the Intracoastal Waterway and scenic views of natural Lowcountry marshlands. Tidewater illustrates the beauty of golf on the South Carolina coast unlike any other.
At #7 and #8 in the rankings, Barefoot-Dye and Barefoot-Fazio are part of legendary Barefoot Resort & Golf in North Myrtle Beach. Barefoot-Dye features the expansive fairway bunkers, strategic mounding and classic railroad ties that make Pete Dye extraordinary. Barefoot-Fazio is a Lowcountry gem meandering through marsh, pines and live oaks. Fazio embraces Myrtle Beach’s natural features with his Barefoot design, as water comes into play on 15 holes.
Surf Golf & Beach Club is our #9 ranked golf course, and for very good reason. The greens are always spectacular, and the course’s classic design makes it highly playable for golfers of all skill levels.
Finally, Barefoot-Norman is another spectacular design on Barefoot’s incomparable property. The course is bold and provokes players to take risks, just like “The Shark” did during his playing career. Native grasses and large sandy areas give the course a real Australian feel.
These are just some of the outstanding North Strand courses you can play on your next Coastal Golfaway. Check them out for yourself!