March 3-6, 2018

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Golf Courses

BAREFOOT LOVE | INTERNATIONAL CLUB | LEOPARD’S CHASE |
LITCHFIELD | PAWLEYS PLANTATION | RIVERS EDGE

2018 Host Golf Courses.

BAREFOOT LOVE

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Carolina native, Davis Love III embraces a tradition of Lowcountry character in his latest design. The Love course incorporates the recreated ruins of an old plantation home along holes 3-7. Wide open fairways and generous landing areas set the stage for an unforgettable round of golf.  [Learn More]

INTERNATIONAL CLUB

InternationalClub international club

It’s layouts like the one found at International Club that make Myrtle Beach an undeniably great golfing destination. Ranking in the top 10 of South Carolina courses, this palm tree-lined course is every vacationing golfer’s paradise. Do whatever it takes to include a round at International Club on your next trip.  [Learn More]

LEOPARD’S CHASE

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The most recent Big Cat to be unleashed is the award-winning Leopard’s Chase! Named by Golf Digest and GOLF Magazine as one of the “Top 10 Best New Public Courses in America for 2007”, Leopard’s Chase is destined to take its rightful place among the truly elite courses in the region. [Learn More]

LITCHFIELD COUNTRY CLUB

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They don’t make them like Litchfield anymore. Located on the southern end of the Grand Strand, this timeless design has forgone modern trends, such as elevated greens, in order to provide golfers with creative challenges. So take a trip down memory fairway and enjoy a good dose of nostalgia for a bygone era of course design. [Learn More]

PAWLEYS PLANTATION

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It’s clear Jack Nicklaus tapped into his clever side when designing Pawleys Plantation. The par 3 13th plays less than 100 yards to a peninsula green surrounded by the marshy waters separating Pawleys Island from the Atlantic Ocean. Catch a bad gust of wind, and you’ll be fishing in your pocket for another ball. Test your skills at this one-of-a-kind course on your next trip to Myrtle Beach. [Learn More]

RIVERS EDGE

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Rivers Edge might be situated on the North Strand, but this Arnold Palmer-designed course is certainly worth the few extra miles of driving. It lives up to its name with seven holes, including the last four, that play along the Shallotte River. Golf Digest has ranked Rivers Edge among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses. Many visitors to Myrtle Beach agree it’s a can’t-miss. [Learn More]

*Please Note – Courses are subject to change and may be added or removed at any time based on the number of participants registered


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