1. Myrtle Beach Golf Packages
  2. Myrtle Beach Golf Legends

The area known as the Grand Strand is famous for having over 100+ golf courses, many of which are known as the best in the US. Not only does Myrtle Beach have a wide array of scenic and difficult courses that you can choose for your Myrtle Beach golf package, but we also have several Myrtle Beach golf resorts. One of the most famous of the golf resorts is Myrtle Beach golf legends. The Myrtle Beach golf legends resort is made up of 5 individual courses, each of which are made to compare to various courses around the world. Let’s explore the courses at Myrtle Beach golf legends complex.

Located just off Hwy 501 in the heart of Myrtle Beach is three of the five courses that make up the Myrtle Beach golf legends complex. Heathland, Mooreland and Parkland are all Scottish inspired link courses that would be a perfect fit for any Myrtle Beach golf package. Why travel to Scotland when you can play these three courses as part of the Myrtle Beach golf legends facility. When you book these three courses as part of your Myrtle Beach golf package, you get use of the 30-acre practice facility plus every round includes the Breakfast buffet, lunch and two beverages (yes, even beer!). Talk about a deal. The Myrtle Beach golf legends complex knows what a golfer wants and they deliver!

The Myrtle Beach golf legends group also has a course on the north end (North Carolina, to be exact) that may not be as well known as the three in the heart of Myrtle Beach, but the reviews for this course are off the charts. Everyone loves Oyster Bay, located in Sunset Beach, NC. Located on the marsh, your day at this Myrtle Beach golf legends course will consist of strategic shot making, trying to stay out of the large and deep bunkers, and maybe even a siting of an alligator or two. The gators are known to be lying around this par-70 course and sunning themselves, so be sure to keep an eye out for them!

The last of the 5 Myrtle Beach golf legends courses is on the south end and located in Pawley’s Island. Heritage Club is a former rice plantation and is known across the state as one of the most scenic low country courses that you can play. The laid back par 71 course consistently ranks among the top courses in Myrtle Beach. As with all of the Myrtle Beach golf legends courses, a professional photographer is available to document your golf group’s round for all to see. Contact Myrtle Beach Golf Authority to book our Legends Stay Play Eat and Drink golf package