Golf

5 Myrtle Beach-area golf courses to play in the fall

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Fall is on the horizon, bringing crisp air, sweaters and coats, and pumpkin spice lattes. But this is Myrtle Beach we’re talking about here, so don’t think for a minute that golf is going to take an off season. Yes, golf is still as prevalent as ever on the Grand Strand, and a drop in temperature won’t stop the golfing elite form hitting the links throughout the year.

Pine Lakes Country Club – Pine Lakes Country Club has long been a favorite on the Myrtle Beach golf scene. The idea behind Sports Illustrated magazine was hatched at this world-am-golf facility.

Barefoot Resort – Enjoy Barefoot’s Norman Course, Fazio course, or Love course along the Intracoastal Waterway featuring live oaks, pines, sand and natural areas.

Prestwick Country Club – Architects Pete and P.B. Dye use tall mounding and cavernous bunkers to Prestwick County Club, making it a favorite Myrtle Beach golf vacation destination.

The Dunes Golf and Beach Club – Robert Trent Jones designed The Dunes Golf and Beach Club, which opened in 1948 and remains a coveted round on the Myrtle Beach golf checklist.

River Hills Golf and Country Club – River Hills Golf and Country Club takes advantage of its undulating terrain that’s a coveted commodity among the Myrtle Beach golf trail’s courses.

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