Indian Wells Golf Club

100 Wood Lake Drive • Garden City, SC 29576

Voted 2004-2005 Golf Course of the Year by the Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association, golfers playing Indian Wells continue to rave about the appearance and layout, which reminds many of a traditional U.S. Open-style course.

Indian Wells is a course that places a premium on creative shot-making and rewards the daring. Players can expect pure enjoyment with plenty of high risk-reward opportunities. Strategy, not brute force, is the name of the game on this 18-hole, par 72 course designed by legendary architect Gene Hamm.

After your round, enjoy our relaxing clubhouse and outdoor patio overlooking the 10th tee, while being served by the past winners of the coveted Myrtle Beach Golfing News’ Hospitality and Operational Excellence Award.

Course Details:
  • Location: South
  • Designer: Gene Hamm
  • Rating: 72.6
  • Slope: 136
  • Distance: 6,624 from the Blue tees
  • Practice Round Rate – $42
  • Call (843) 651-1505
  • Mention “Practice GTS” for special rate
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