Host Golf Courses
Participants in the Short Par 4 Fall Classic get to experience world-class golf all over the Myrtle Beach area! Check out the host venues below!
Dye Club at Barefoot Resort
The Dye Course is the only semi-private facility at Barefoot Resort. Bordering the natural white sands of the Carolina Bays, this visually stunning design is filled with the infamous pitfalls for wayward shots that have become synonymous with the Dye name. Both beautiful and treacherous, the Dye Course is an experience you won’t soon forget.
Caledonia Golf & Fish Club
An ongoing debate exists among golfers about the greatest course in the Myrtle Beach area. While many courses have their claims to fame and standout qualities, if you could only play one course on your trip, it would have to be Caledonia. From the half-mile tunnel of oaks lining the entryway to the spectacular finishing holes, it’s obvious why Mike Strantz’s first solo design continues to inspire awe in all who play here.
One of the most demanding par 4s in Myrtle Beach, the 16th hole at Glen Dornoch gets even the most skilled veterans longing for a stiff drink by the time they sink their putt. Not to worry, the 17th is absolutely stunning, and the 18th leads you straight to the clubhouse deck, where you can finally get that refreshing and well-earned beverage.
Grande Dunes Resort Course
From your first drive over the picturesque bridge to your final drive on the spectacular 18th fairway, everything about the Grande Dunes Resort Course bespeaks luxury. Come out for a round and experience what makes Diamondback Golf Club the best place for “down-home” hospitality and great golf.
Long Bay Golf Club
Jack Nicklaus has other designs, even some just a few miles away. But take any of his projects around the globe and none will compare to Long Bay Golf Club. Set just outside the heart of Myrtle Beach in Longs, this course blends the feel of East and West Coast play, starting with the environment.
Myrtle Beach National King's North
One of three premier layouts at Myrtle Beach National Golf Club, King’s North is an Arnold Palmer-designed gem offering several of the Grand Strand’s most memorable holes. Redesigned by “The King” in 1996, King’s North made its way onto Golf Digest’s prestigious list of “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses – 2004” and Golf Digest’s “Places to Play” has awarded it 4.5 STARS ever since.
Pine Lakes Country Club, Myrtle Beach’s first golf resort, has served as the epitome of the traditional golf resort since opening in 1927 as the Ocean Forest Country Club. The course is currently on the National Register of Historical Places and was designed by St. Andrews, Scotland native Robert White. White was the first president of the PGA of America and co-founder of the American Society of Golf Course Architects. Much of the course remained true to original architect’s design.
Prestwick Country Club
Nestled in the heart of the Myrtle Beach golf mecca, sits prestigious Prestwick Country Club. Prestwick has the look and feel of a private club, but is open to the public. The course was designed by Pete & P.B. Dye and includes some of the most beautifully sculpted holes in the area. Prestwick has 6 sets of tees to fit every golfer’s game.
River Club embodies all things Lowcountry – Spanish moss, rare wildlife and, of course, exquisite golf. Borrowing inspiration from the South Carolina marshes, every hole here features water in some shape or form. In fact, the par 3 14th has an island green. Discover what makes this risky course all reward at the end of the day.
Rivers Edge Golf Club
Rivers Edge is a premier, master-planned gated community on the southeastern coast of North Carolina nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Shallotte River and its tributaries. Divided by a 27-acre freshwater lake, Rivers Edge is only fifteen minutes from a pristine beach and the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway.
Thistle Golf Club
The dramatic 27-hole layout reflects its 1815 Scottish heritage with rolling fairways, stacked-sod bunkers and flawless bentgrass greens. Old World architecture, abundant landscape and wildlife surround the lakes, bridges and private homes. The new clubhouse features an authentic Scottish pub with an extensive list of single malts and houses one of the finest private collections of golf memorabilia in the world.
Tradition Golf Club
Set Among the rolling terrain of a 16th century plantation, The Tradition Club is a Ron Garl course designed in the tradition of the great courses from around the world. Test your power on large landing areas that allow for big swings off the tee and your accuracy against well-guarded greens that require precise shot making.
True Blue Golf Club
Ranked in Golf Magazine’s “2019 Top 100 Resorts in North America for Buddies Trips” list, True Blue Golf Club represents the class of the expansive golf offerings in and around Myrtle Beach. The dramatic, fun layout is known for its vast fairways, undulating greens and impressive elevation changes. The rolling terrain and native vegetation of this once thriving indigo and rice plantation makes for one of the most spectacular settings in golf.
*Please Note – Courses are subject to change and may be added or removed at any time based on the number of participants registered