Everyone who enjoys a Myrtle Beach golf package has their list of must-play Myrtle Beach golf courses. Whether it’s a scenic course, one that tests your skills, or wide open and allows a golfer to swing for the fences, each person has their Myrtle Beach golf list containing their favorite golf courses. We recommend – whether for a Myrtle Beach golf package or just a round to play with your local buddies.
- Glen Dornoch – this course, located in Little River on the north end of the Grand Strand, is very scenic, will test your skills, and is of great value, especially during the off-season. They offer a few local memberships that add extra value to this Myrtle Beach golf course. The course is in good shape, greens roll smoothly, and the staff is friendly and courteous. The scenery that you get when playing this course is top-notch. It sits along the Intracoastal waterway, and the final holes are some of the best water holes in Myrtle Beach. This course is high on our Myrtle Beach golf list for value.
- Brunswick Plantation – this course is just across the state line in North Carolina. Near the top of our Myrtle Beach golf list for value, Brunswick Plantation is an excellent choice as they have three 9-hole courses. A great deal, especially during the off-season, Brunswick Plantation is also a golf resort featuring lodging and even other activities besides the golf course.
- Eagle Nest – this course also ranks high on the Myrtle Beach golf list for value. Locally owned and operated, this course has a fantastic layout and great value for your money. Even during high dollar Myrtle Beach golf package season, you will be able to obtain a tee time and for a great deal – especially during 48 hours at this North Myrtle Beach golf course.
Just because you don’t see a specific golf course on our Myrtle Beach golf list for value doesn’t mean that they are not a good value. Different courses offer specials throughout other times of the year, and they may have an excellent deal for tee times within 48 hours. We invite you to check out our sister site at www.myrtlebeachteetimesnow.com for more great values.