Dunes Golf & Beach Club

Type: Golf Courses, Private Golf Courses

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Best Attractions & Activities: Built in 1948, the Dunes Club was the second golf course to open on the Grand Strand, which now features more than 100 links layouts. Although this is a private course, a limited number of public-play rounds are available for those looking for a relaxing round on the oceanfront and the surrounding maritime forest. The clubhouse and other facilities are outstanding. Relax after your round on the oceanfront patio deck and replay your round in your mind as you unwind with a cocktail or two. If you only play one round of golf in Myrtle Beach, make it at the Dunes.

Outdoor Activities: A Robert Trent Jones signature course (he oversaw its renovation in the 1970s and early '90s), The Dunes Club was completed in 1948 and stands today as one of the Strand's most respected – even revered – golf clubs. One of the course's most endearing qualities is that each hole has been individually named to give golfers a better idea of the challenges awaiting them. The signature hole is the par-5 13th hole, famously known as "Waterloo" thanks to the sharp dogleg it takes around crystalline Lake Singleton. The Senior PGA Tour Championship and other major tournaments have called the Dunes Club home.

Public Golf Courses: A Robert Trent Jones signature course (he oversaw its renovation in the 1970s and early '90s), The Dunes was completed in 1948 and stands today as one of the Strand's most respected – even revered – golf clubs. One of the course's most endearing qualities is that each hole has been individually named to give golfers a better idea of the challenges awaiting them. The signature hole is the par-5 #13, famously known as "Waterloo" thanks to the sharp dogleg it takes around crystalline Lake Singleton. The Senior PGA Tour Championship and other major tournaments have called the Dunes Club home.

Golf Courses: A Robert Trent Jones signature course (he oversaw its renovation in the 1970s and early '90s), The Dunes was completed in 1948 and stands today as one of the Strand's most respected – even revered – golf clubs. One of the course's most endearing qualities is that each hole has been individually named to give golfers a better idea of the challenges awaiting them. The signature hole is the par-5 #13, famously known as "Waterloo" thanks to the sharp dogleg it takes around crystalline Lake Singleton.


Address

9000 N Ocean Blvd
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

Map / Directions
843-449-5236


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Expert Tips by Terry Massey

Myrtle Beach Local Expert

Best Attractions & Activities: "The signature hole is the par-5 #13, famously known as "Waterloo," wraps around Lake Singleton and is a great place to spot alligators."

Outdoor Activities, Public Golf Courses: "This course is very popular so tee times can be hard to come by in the busy spring and fall seasons. Make reservations early."

Golf Courses: "This course is semi-private so tee times can be hard to come by in the busy spring and fall seasons. Make reservations early."

Recommended as Best Attractions & Activities Because: The Dunes Club is the ideal place to experience a true taste of Myrtle Beach's non-touristy side.

Best for Outdoor Activities Because: If you can only play one golf course in Myrtle Beach, make it The Dunes Club.

Best for Public Golf Courses Because: The Dunes Club is the crown jewel of Myrtle Beach golf.

Best for Golf Courses Because: The second course built among the 100-plus on the Grand Strand continues to stand the test of time.

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