If location, memorable golf and good conditions are significant factors in determining where you play your next round, the Palmetto Course at Myrtlewood should be under serious consideration.
Myrtlewood, also home to the PineHills Course, is the area’s most conveniently located facility, but the Palmetto Course’s appeal extends far beyond easy access. An old-school design, the Palmetto features generous fairways and it doesn’t overwhelm players with hazards.
Nowhere are those twin virtues more apparent than the course’s signature hole, the par 4 18th, which was the first in Myrtle Beach to play along the Intracoastal Waterway. The Waterway provides stunning beauty, but the fairway is enormous, allowing golfers to enjoy the view without being overly threatened (if you pull the ball that far, you deserve to lose it!).
The Palmetto Course doesn’t turn at the clubhouse, meaning there is no double teeing, so if you get an early start time, your group can set the standard for pace of play and there are tee times available between 9:30 and noon.