Myrtlewood Pinehills Golf Course

1500 48th Avenue Extended North • Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Not only has Pine Hills at Myrtlewood been singled out by Golf Digest as one of the “Top Ten Courses” in Myrtle Beach, it also bears the distinction of being the first and only Grand Strand golf course designed by award-winning architect Arthur Hills. Often called upon to redesign old venues for PGA and USGA events, Hills’ skillful use of mounding and strategic placement of water hazards transformed the venerable Pines course in 1993, creating Pine Hills. Pine Hills is a modern masterpiece of beautifully contoured fairways and generous greens that delivers the best of the game to golfers of all levels.

Its unique blend of superior Bermuda fairways and Penncross bent Tifdwarf Bermuda grass greens is immaculately maintained to provide a perfect playing surface. The course includes traditional architectural elements, rolling fairways, undulating greens, ubiquitous water hazards and subtle elevation changes. From the back tees, low handicappers will find a challenge to their decision making more than their distance. From the forward markers, weekend or vacationing golfers will enjoy a round that asks for – and rewards – a properly planned, well hit shot.

Course Details:
  • Location: Central
  • Designer: Arthur Hills
  • Rating: 72
  • Slope: 125
  • Distance: 6,640 from the Black tees
  • Practice Round Rate – $49
  • Call (843) 913-4516
  • Mention “Practice GTS” for special rate
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