South Carolina Golf Courses
Public and Private

South Carolina has 478 golf courses to choose from. This directory lists the courses by city. The cities with the most golf courses like Myrtle Beach, Hilton Head Island, and Bluffton are listed first under the Top 10. We list all other South Carolina cities alphabetically, below.

Featured Golf Course
Eagle Nest Golf Club Eagle Nest Golf Club
The 18-hole "Eagle Nest" course at the Eagle Nest Golf Club facility in Little River, SC features 6,901 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.2 and it has a slope rating of 126 on Bermuda grass.  Designed by Gene Hamm, the Eagle Nest golf course opened in 1972. Rick Moran manages the course as the Director of Golf.
Featured Resort
Sands ResortSands Resort
For more than 30 years, Myrtle Beach golfers have enjoyed the personal service and best area golf packages at Sands Resorts. Their collection of six resort locations offer a variety of accommodations including oceanfront rooms, efficiencies, villas, suites and executive suites. Each Sands' resort is complimented with exciting on-site recreational amenities and guests services.

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Tom Spadoro Scored 92 at Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, California

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Matthew honour Scored 84 at Lake City Lake City, South Carolina

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Understanding Shank Causes Most players shank by pulling the heel of the club at the ball when they should really be tucking their left elbow in and squaring the back of their left hand
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