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Best golf courses near Conway, SC

Below, you’ll find a list of courses near Conway, SC. There are 30 courses within a 15-mile radius of Conway, 28 of which are public courses and 2 are private courses. There are 24 18-hole courses and 5 nine-hole layouts.

The above has been curated through Golf Digest’s Places to Play course database, where we have collected star ratings and reviews from our 1,900 course-ranking panelists. Join our community by signing up for Golf Digest+ and rate the courses you’ve visited recently.

The Dunes Golf & Beach Club
Private
The Dunes Golf & Beach Club
Myrtle Beach, SC
Its ocean-side dunes are mostly covered with turfgrass and mature trees now, but when Robert Trent Jones built The Dunes back in the late 1940s, the property was primarily windswept sand dotted with lagoons. Those lakes come in prominently on many holes, particularly on the 11th through 13th, dubbed Alligator Alley. (The boomerang-shaped par-5 13th is called Waterloo.) The home hole, with a pond in front of the green, started as a gambling par 5 but today is a daunting par 4. The course has hosted three USGA championships, including the 1962 U.S. Women's Open and most recently, the 2017 U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball.
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Myrtle Beach National: King's North
Public
Myrtle Beach National: King's North
Myrtle Beach, SC
4.3
15 Panelists
A past member of our 100 Greatest Public list, King’s North is one of three layouts at Myrtle Beach National. The Arnold Palmer design features some of the Grand Strand’s most notable holes, including the par-5 sixth hole, aptly nicknamed “The Gambler.” Off the tee, players must choose one of the two fairways, either the island strip that shortens the hole, or the safer option to the right, making it a three-shotter. The par-3 12thfeatures an island green, and though it’s more generous than the famous TPC Sawgrass original, the wooden bulkheads lining the green provide similar intimidation.
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Grande Dunes Resort Course
Public
Grande Dunes Resort Course
Myrtle Beach, SC
3.9
67 Panelists
Grande Dunes reopened in September 2022 after a complete greens and bunker renovation over the summer. Spectacular views of the Intracoastal Waterway and Grande Dunes Marina make this links-style golf course well worth the visit. Designed by Roger Rulewich Group, the course was built on a high bluff—the ideal setting for a picturesque sunset round. Expansive fairways littered with penalty areas throughout define Grande Dunes as a difficult, yet enjoyable resort course.
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The Wizard Golf Course
Public
The Wizard Golf Course
Myrtle Beach, SC
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The Legends Golf Resort: Heathland
Public
The Legends Golf Resort: Heathland
Myrtle Beach, SC
The Heathland course at the Legends Golf Resort opened in 1990 and was one of Tom Doak’s earliest designs. The acclaimed Doak—who also designed Pacific Dunes, Tara Iti and Streamsong Blue, among many others—designed Heathland in a Scottish links-style, with open, rolling terrain. Shot options abound at Heathland, with well-placed bunkering, patches of dense native grasses and a meandering creek all demanding thoughtful strategy and proper execution.
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The Legends Golf Resort: Parkland
Public
The Legends Golf Resort: Parkland
Myrtle Beach, SC
As evidenced by its name, the Parkland course at Legends Golf Resort is tree-lined and relatively flat, with subtly contoured fairways. There are recently renovated bunkers and plenty of native fescue lining many fairways.
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Myrtlewood Golf Club: Palmetto
Public
Myrtlewood Golf Club: Palmetto
Myrtle Beach, SC
Myrtlewood’s 36-hole facility includes the Palmetto course, which has gently sloping fairways, large greens and a variety of hazards. The Myrtle Beach layout hosted the second U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links in 1978. As part of a 2019 renovation, every bunker on the course was redesigned, with many of them being moved closer to the fairways. New Bermuda grass greens were installed the same year as well.
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Man O' War Golf Club
Public
Man O' War Golf Club
Myrtle Beach, SC
Water is the defining feature at Man O’ War, coming into play on nearly every hole. The Myrtle Beach layout features back-to-back island greens, including at the par-3 15th, which we ranked among golf’s best island greens. First, the 14th is a relatively short par 4 where the second shot plays over water. The par-3 15th is short—only about 125 yards—and plays to a 48-yard wide, 65-yard-deep island green. What’s more, there’s also an “island hole,” where water surrounds the fairway and green.
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Pine Lakes Country Club
Public
Pine Lakes Country Club
Myrtle Beach, SC
Pine Lakes Country Club, nicknamed “The Granddaddy,” opened in 1927 as the first golf course in Myrtle Beach. Designed by Robert White, the first president of the PGA of America, Pine Lakes is a scenic layout less than a half-mile from the Atlantic Ocean. In 2021, the course underwent an extensive renovation, which included regrassing the greens and reshaping and adding new sand in the bunkers.
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Arrowhead Country Club: Lakes/Waterway/Cypress
Arrowhead Country Club is a 27-hole facility with three distinct nines located just a couple miles from the airport in Myrtle Beach. The tree-lined Cypress nine winds through Carolina hardwoods with water coming into play on seven holes, mostly on the right side. Water also comes into play on many holes on the Lakes nine, including at the narrow par-5 third. The Waterway is perhaps the most player-friendly of the three nines, with wider fairways and large greens. Arrowhead boasts a “Kids Play Free” program where juniors 16 and under can play for free with a paying adult.
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