Golf Course Reviews

International World Tour Golf Links

Bring your passport to International World Tour Golf Links in Myrtle Beach

As a pure golf experience, International World Tour Golf Links holds its own. In other words, if you didn't know that the 18 holes here were copies of some of the most famous holes in golf, you would probably just think that it's a pretty good golf course. For instance, the Open nine begins with the first at St. Andrews. On the Championship nine, it's the final hole on the East Course at Winged Foot.
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Legends Golf and Resort - Moorland Course - 15th

Over the hills and far away: Adventurous golfers take aim at the Moorland Course at Legends Golf and Resort in Myrtle Beach

P.B. Dye created a memorable target golf links experience when he designed the Moorland Course at Legends Golf and Resort in Myrtle Beach. The Moorland Course offers a serious challenge for all handicaps, especially if you normally play wider fairways, but it's designed to reward players who manage this unique course. The Moorland is a must-play course on the Grand Strand.
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Colonial Charters Golf Club - 11th

New name, new course: Revamped Colonial Charters Golf Club shines just north of Myrtle Beach

Colonial Charters Golf Club in Longs, S.C. has already bounced back in a short period of time. It's not meant to be a championship-level course. What it can boast is a fair round at an even fairer price. Ultra-low green fees were set to give players a low-cost way to rediscover the golf course. As a result, there may not be a better golf bargain in the North Myrtle Beach area.
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