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

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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