Myrtle Beach & Sands Hills

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By Dustin G

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  1. Dustin G

    Dustin G
    San Diego

    I’m headed to Myrtle Beach for a golf trip next week and wanted to see if anyone had any recommendations or hook ups?

    Also, I came across Sands Hill in Nebraska and urge everyone not familiar to check out the course and a few others in the area. This is a new add to my bucket list and hopefully will get an opportunity to play it next year.

  2. Scott M

    Scott M
    South Burlington, VT

    I would definitely try to get on any of the courses at the Barefoot Resort in North Myrtle Beach. There's a Greg Norman, DL3, Fazio, and a Dye course. The Norman/Love/Fazio courses are out of the same clubhouse, the Dye course is about a mile away and is my favorite of the group! The Fazio would be my 2nd favorite and a tossup between Norman and Love.

    Enjoy !!!

  3. If it's not to late I have a couple of suggestions. Was just in MB last weekend and played Glen Dornoch and Tidewater. Both excellent courses but a little pricey. Luckily my boss has a condo and had the Myrtle Beach Golf Passport for locals. Saved us a bunch of money. Barefoot, Pine Lakes, Dunes Club are all great also. Myrtlewood, Eagle Nest, Farmstead and Beachwood are a little cheaper but good also. You can go to, they usually have some good prices. So what i guess I'm saying is that there's a lot of good courses (around 80 I think). Just depends on your price range.
  4. Dan H

    Dan H
    Columbus, OH

    Played TPC Myrtle and True Blue in August while in Myrtle. Definitely recommend True Blue and played in the afternoon to get a better rate just had more heat to deal with. TPC was cheap in afternoon as well but found a $45 deal so gave it a shot. Would not have been a great deal for their full price from $75-$90 IMHO....
  5. Jeff C

    Jeff C
    West Des Moines, IA

    Sand Hills is spectacular as are Prairie Club Dunes/Pines/Horse courses, Doak Course at Dismal River and Wild Horse in Gothenberg. Nicklaus course at Dismal not worth it. Sand Hills region of Nebraska has amazing inland links golf - a must visit area!
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  6. Chuck Z

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    Live down the road and spend a bit of time up there throughout the year. Recommend The Dunes, Tidewater, Barefoot Resort, Grande Dunes, and TPC. Should be able to get some good rates up there this time of the year. Business kinda dies down after labor day. You can always go on line and check out the rates.

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