SEASIDE GOLF VACATIONS
Myrtle Beach Golf Course Videos
From golf courses designed to evoke the exceptionally challenging fairways and greens of European courses, including St. Andrews and Prestwick Golf Club, to courses designed to make the most of seasonable ocean breezes and abundant, natural forests and marshes, the golf courses shown in these videos are designed with every skill level in mind.
You can experience each of the courses virtually using the videos provided on this page. From the Intracoastal Waterway that forms natural hazards on the Arrowhead Country Club, to the challenging ocean winds and Scottish influence of the course design at Bald Head Island Club, you’ll be able to experience online what makes these courses exceptional. Black Bear Golf Club, designed specifically for all skill levels with wide fairways and inviting greens, Burning Ridge, which was voted South Carolina Golf Course of the year, and Crown Park, which was designed with women and seniors in mind, all show the eclectic nature of golf course design and the experiences provided.
Enjoy a virtual tour of Indian Wells, voted 2004 Golf Course of the Year in America, or Prestwick Golf & Country Club, a superb design that evokes the toughest challenges of playing St. Andrews’ in Scotland. Experience Ocean Ridge Plantation, home of Lion’s Paw, Panther’s Run, Tiger’s Eye and Leopard’s Chase, four exceptional golf courses designed by Willard Byrd and Tim Cate to include key elements from the natural beauty of the surrounding area.
The site of four LPGA events, Wachesaw Plantation East Golf Club, has rolling hills, challenges that emerge naturally out of the fertile forests and sand bunkers that have been masterfully designed into this course. There is also Heather Glen golf course, which epitomizes the influence of Scottish and Irish courses.
You can also tour Glen Dornoch Golf Course, designed by Clyde Johnston to capture the legacy of legendary designer Donald Ross, who demonstrated exceptional talent in blending natural beauty with great fairway design. The Glen at Possum Trot, a long-time favorite of local golfers in the area, reflects a strong English influence, complete with a clubhouse with a rich golf tradition of its own. Thistle Golf Club, a 27-hole Tim Cate design reflects the influence of ancient Scottish courses featuring wind-swept fairways and surrounding hillsides covered with heather and wild flowers.
John Daly’s Wicked Stick Golf Links reflects this professional golfers’ passion for European courses, locations where he won his first professional championships. Wicked Stick reflects John Daly’s passion for Scottish and Irish courses, with expansive hills, knolls, bunkers, tall sea grass and natural forests bordering the fairways. Tour professionals have remarked it is the most Scottish of courses in Myrtle Beach’s constellation of golf courses. You can also tour one of Myrtle Beaches’ most unique golf courses, Wild Wing Plantation, which features a double green played from two different holes. This course is one designed for seasonal variation of winds and offers a new challenge with every round.