Myrtle Beach golf national is where you can find 54 holes of signature, championship golf. Myrtle Beach golf national has three courses, all of which are Arnold Palmer designs with signature holes and are the cream of the crop for Myrtle Beach golf.
The three courses that make up the Myrtle Beach golf national complex are:
The West Course – this part of Myrtle Beach golf national was rated 4.5 stars by Golf Digest’s Places to Play in 2010. This Arnold Palmer design is great for players of all skill levels and abilities. Challenging and fair, this part of Myrtle Beach golf national is full of doglegs, natural hazards and lots of fairway bunkers.
The second of three courses in the Myrtle Beach golf national complex is King’s North. Aptly named after it’s designer – Arnold Palmer, this wonderful course was named one of America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses in 2004 and has received 4.5 stars from Golf Digest. This part of Myrtle Beach golf national has also been recognized as a top course in America for women. The accolades make King’s North a must play for your Myrtle Beach golf package.
The last but certainly not least among the three courses that make up the Myrtle Beach golf national complex is SouthCreek. Another Arnold Palmer design (they could re-name Myrtle Beach golf national to Arnold Palmer National complex!) is a favorite among both locals and tourists alike. SouthCreek is a shorter course (just 6400 from the back tee), but rewards those who are accurate off the tee rather than those that are longer.
No Myrtle Beach golf package would be complete without playing at least one, if not all three, of the wonderful Arnold Palmer designs that make up the Myrtle Beach golf national complex. Call Myrtle Beach Golf Authority today and plan your next golf getaway.