Myrtle Beach is one of the more popular golf destinations in the country.  Many visit Myrtle Beach each year just to play some of the fantastic golf courses.  If you want to move to Myrtle Beach or to buy a vacation home in the area, this page is designed to give an idea of some golf course communities to check out. 

1 Aberdeen*
2 Arrowhead*
3 Arrowhead Grand
4 Barefoot Resort
(misc comms.)*
5 Blackmoor*
Champions Village Prince Creek
7 Coastal Heights
8 Colonial Charters*
9 Debordieu*
10 Eastport
11 Forest Lake Estate*
Grande Dunes (misc comms)*
13 Hagley Estates*
14 Heritage Plantation*
15 Indigo Creek*
16 International Club*
17 Island Green*
18 Legends*
19 Litchfield Country Club*
20 Long Bay*
21 Myrtle Beach Golf and Yacht*
22 Myrtle Trace*
23 Palmetto Greens
24 Pawleys Plantation*
25 Pebble Creek*
26 Pine Lakes*
27 Plantation Point*
28 Prestwick*
Prince Creek Bellwood Landing
30 Prince Creek Highwood*
Prince Creek Wilderness Pointe
32 River Club*
33 River Hills*
34 Shaftesbury Estates
35 Southcreek*
36 Tidewater Plantation*
37 Tilghman Estates*
38 Tradition*
39 Wachesaw East*
40 Wachesaw Plantation*
41 Wedgefield Plantation*
42 Wild Wing Plantation*
43 Willbrook Plantation*
44 Woodlake Village*

Notes on the above list:
1) The communities on this list were compiled via MLS listings from 2016.  Information should be verified by a Real Estate agent.
2) Not all golf communities are necessarily listed
3) Some Master communities were listed instead of each individual community for brevity (such as 
     Barefoot Resorts).  All communities within the Master Community are not necessarily golf course  
4) Some communities were omitted from the list because the golf courses recently closed or are
     expected to close.
5) This map and communities locations are not to perfect scale.  The list is meant to give a general
     idea of location only.

Areas above are listed as "golf communities" on the MLS.  Communities with the * next to them are noted as actually having lots butted to a golf course.