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Myrtle Beach National (King's North)

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
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  • Address4900 National Dr, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579, USA

Bay Hill is considered by many to be the headquarters for Arnold Palmer fandom but perhaps some consideration should be given to Myrtle Beach National, which features no less than 54 holes from The King. Of these three 18-hole layouts, the King's North Course is typically held in the highest esteem.

The course features perhaps the most photographed hole, named "The Gambler," in the world’s most golf-dense city. The par five hole is known for its split fairway, which allows safe players to head right toward a landing area along the lagoon, or to the left, an island fairway. From here, they can choose to make another water carry to a green that extends down at the end of a shepherd’s crook of fairway.

This won’t be the last chance to play heroic golf, however. The course also features an island green par three, and the closing hole offers no less than 40 bunkers to choose from when your shot goes awry. Although certainly stiff in terms of the hazards players will be able to find, these risks and rewards will be played from a moderate distance, stretching just more than 7,000 yards from the tips.

Bay Hill is considered by many to be the headquarters for Arnold Palmer fandom but perhaps some consideration should be given to Myrtle Beach National, which features no less than 54 holes from The King. Of these three 18-hole layouts, the King's North Course is typically held in the highest esteem.

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Arnold Palmer

Arnie teamed up with Ed Seay in 1972, forming the Palmer Course Design Company which was later renamed Arnold Palmer Design Company when the firm moved to Orlando, Florida, in 2006.

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