Pawleys Island Golf
Be sure to play one of the award winning courses in Pawleys Island. You can literally play a different golf course every single day of your vacation. Try different challenges including salt water creeks, tidal rivers, cypress swamps, and dense natural oak trees. Famous designers like Tom Fazio, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, and William Byrd.
CALEDONIA GOLF & FISH CLUB
Ranked the 5th Best New Public Course in America by Golf Digest when it opened in 1995 and remains among their 100 best public courses.
Pawleys Island's highest ranked course at # 46 on Golf Digest's list.
LITCHFIELD COUNTRY CLUB
One of the oldest and most mature courses in the area. This semi-private course allows only members and limited number of visiting golfers.
PAWLEYS PLANTATION GOLF COURSE
Golf Digest ranked this creek front course among South Carolina's "Top 25 Layouts" in 2001.The Jack Nicklaus design has been praised by Golf Digest, Travel & Leisure Golf and Golf for Women Magazine.
One of the highest rated courses along the Grand Strand, receiving 4 1/2 stars in Golf Digest's "Places to Play" and is the only course in the are that feature "bent grass" greens.
FOUNDERS GOLF CLUB
Reopened in February, 2008 after $7 million in renovation costs.The new course is designed by Thomas Walker the former lead designer for Gary Player Design.
TRADITION GOLF CLUB
Nominated "Golf Course of the Year" by South Carolina's Golf Course Owners Association in 2000. Also ranked "Top Fairways" for 1998 by Golf for Women and Nominated "Best New Public Course" by Golf Digest in 1996.
TRUE BLUE GOLF CLUB
Ranked among the top courses in America and recently named #1 in the Myrtle Beach area by Golf Digest. It was awarded 4 1/2 stars in Golf Digest's "Places to Play 2003-2004," and named to Golf Digest's list of "America's Top 100 Greatest Public Courses2003-2004."
WILLBROOK PLANTATION GOLF CLUB
Included among Golf for Women's "America's 50 Best Courses" and 4 stars in Golf Digest's "Best Places to Play in America." It has been included on Nature Scene TV showcasing the coexistence of golf and wildlife.