The 18-hole Moorland layout at the Legends Golf Resort is a P.B. Dye design that first opened its doors to visiting golfers in 1990, the same year that Tom Doak’s Heathland course debuted at the same Myrtle Beach venue.
One of three fabulous layouts at the Sea Pines Resort, the Sea Marsh course emerged from an extensive reconstruction in 2007 as Heron Point by Pete Dye.
The golf course at Thornblade Club is a Tom Fazio design that underwent a major facelift in 2010 to install new greens, add more tees and renovate cart paths.
One of five courses operated by Legends Golf Resort, the Heritage Plantation layout stretches out over former rice fields on Pawleys Island, next to the Caledonia and True Blue golf complexes.
Established in 1924, the course at Florence Country Club occupies a very constricted 77-acre property which has hosted two USGA events: the Girls’ Junior Championships in 1955 and the Junior Amateur Championship in 1963.
A Jack Nicklaus design unveiled in 1981, Turtle Point was the second layout to debut at the Kiawah Island Golf Resort. A 9-month refurbishment in 2016 allowed tees, fairways and greens to be re-grassed with Paspalum.
Designed with the visual impact of water at fifteen holes, the Fazio course lies between the Love and Dye layouts at the 72-hole Barefoot Resort.
Framed by the Okatie River and its seaside marshes, the tree-lined South course at Berkeley Hall offers a sharp contrast to the open landscape of its slightly older sibling.
One of three 18-hole layouts at Myrtle Beach National Golf Club, the fairways of the King’s North course were redesigned by Arnold Palmer in the mid-1990s.
The Tom Fazio-designed Osprey Point course was the third 18-hole layout to appear at the iconic Kiawah Island Golf Resort, debuting in 1988. The same architect returned in 2014 to supervise a full renovation of the layout.