When looking for places for your junior golfer to play 18 holes, you might be surprised to learn that there are several Myrtle Beach golf courses. In addition to Myrtle Beach golf junior rates, they will also allow juniors to play for free – that’s right! Free! Specific rules go with free play, but generally, they are simple and easy to follow. Some of the simple rules for the free or reduced Myrtle Beach golf junior rates are:
- One Junior Golfer with a paying adult.
- Afternoon tee times are preferred.
- Must arrange with the Myrtle Beach golf course before arrival.
- Must keep the pace of play or allow other golfers to play through.
We are including a list of golf courses that will allow reduced Myrtle Beach golf junior rates or free rounds. Please remember to call the courses to confirm! These golf courses can change, so please understand that we will try to keep this list as up-to-date and accurate as possible. Still, this list doesn’t guarantee junior golf for free or reduced rates.
Aberdeen Country Club, Arcadian Shores, Arrowhead, Azalea Sands, Beachwood, Black Bear, Blackmoor, Carolina National, Crown Park, Glen Dornoch, Grande Dunes, Heather Glen, International Club, Litchfield CC, Long Bay MBN – Kings North, MBN – South, MBN – West, Meadowlands, Myrtlewood – Both, Pawleys Plantation, Pine Lakes, Possum Trot, Prestwick, River Club, River Oaks, River’s Edge, Sandpiper Bay, Sea Trail – Byrd, Shaftesbury Glen, Thistle, Tidewater, TPC – Myrtle Beach, Tradition Club, Eastport, Wachesaw East, & Wild Wing – Avocet
Myrtle Beach Golf Junior Discounted Rates:
Barefoot – Dye, Fazio, Love and Norman, Crow Creek, Eagle Nest, Heathland, Heritage Club & Lions Paw