Scottish-inspired Legends resort in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina: A Grand Strand golf vacation in and of itself

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Parkland Course at Legends Golf Complex

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Parkland Course at Legends Golf Complex in Myrtle Beach is modeled after the style of Alister Mackenzie reminiscent of Augusta National & Pine Valley. Distinct by itself, the Parklands is a contrast of natural beauty and a complete experience in the game of Golf.

18 Holes | Public golf course | Par: 72 | 7108 yards | ... details »
 

Moorland Course at Legends Golf Complex

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On Moorland you can play many of the most feared holes in Myrtle Beach as well as the shortest par four guarded by "Hell's Half-Acre". This is definitely a "target" golf course. It is also a controversial golf course. Moorland will cause the golfer to rise to incredible heights and constantly use every bit of skill and luck in their possession.

18 Holes | Public golf course | Par: 72 | 6755 yards | ... details »
 

Heathland Course at Legends Golf Complex

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Heathland's design allows players of all ability levels to "Step Back in Time". The par 71 Heathland Course, designed by Tom Doak, has been craftily molded in the image of the British links courses, with holes reminiscent of familiar links like St. Andrews and lesser known gems like Lahinch and Cruden Bay.

18 Holes | Public golf course | Par: 71 | 6800 yards | ... details »