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Oceana golf packages give you access to the best Myrtle Beach golf courses on the Grand Strand. The following Myrtle Beach golf guide contains a sampling of the Grand Strand golf courses available to play while vacationing with us. The courses vary in layout and look, but each provides a challenging day of play and services that will indulge golfers of any skill level.
The following courses are featured in our Tour Golf Package.
Arrowhead Country Club
Situated within the landscape of the Intracoastal Waterway, Arrowhead features three nine-hole tracts, The Waterway, The Cypress and The Lakes. Each of which is unique featuring uncommon elevations, hardwood wetlands and some of the most impeccably manicured holes in the area.
Location: Central Designer: Ray Floyd/Tom Jackson Rating: 69.3 Slope: 125 Yardage: 6201 *Distance from White tees
Man O’ War
Man O’ War is a course defined by its most prominent natural feature, a 100-acre lake, and features two island greens. The fairways at Man O’ War literally appear to rise up out of depths of the lake to create a challenging layout. The marina style clubhouse is perched along the edge of the water.
Location: Central Designer: Dan Maples Rating: 69.5 Slope: 120 Yardage: 6402 *Distance from White tees
Prestwick Country Club
Known for its variety of natural scenery, including wildflowers, lakes and streams, Prestwick offers a setting of tranquility while providing plenty of challenge for any skill level. Over 1.3 million cubic yards of earth were moved in sculpting towering dune-like berms, stairway bunkers and bulkhead–protected greens. Surrounded by a dense pine forest, with sandy waste areas and meandering streams and lakes, Prestwick presents golfers with one test after another.
Location: South Designer: Pete and P.B. Dye Rating: 71.1 Slope: 126 Yardage: 6347 *Distance from White tees
This challenging course sits among woodlands undisturbed by development, with a layout defined by a series of bridges connecting hundreds of acres of intact wetlands. Dan Maples has used the natural topography to create a masterpiece. But the beauty of the setting doesn’t diminish the challenge lurking in the layout.
Location: Central Designer: Dan Maples Rating: 68.3 Slope: 121 Yardage: 6259 *Distance from White tees.
A beautiful but daunting course, The Wizard sports rock bridges, streams and also skirts the edge of a large lake. Dan Maples moved over one million cubic yards of earth to magically create the signature feature of dramatic dunes covered in native vegetation that frames the course. The clubhouse design is inspired by a mystical Wizard’s castle.
Location: Central Designer: Dan Maples Rating: 69.3 Slope: 121 Yardage: 6128 *Distance from White tees
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