TPC of Myrtle Beach
The Tom Fazio designed TPC of Myrtle Beach has become the home to the Coastal Carolina men's golf team and host to the nationally-renowned General Jim Hackler Invitational every March. Owned by Chip Smith, the TPC of Myrtle Beach takes players through rustic wetlands and tall pines and features picturesque and demanding par-3s. The course is rated as one of the most difficult and best maintained courses in the nation's capital of golf, Myrtle Beach.
For additional information on the TPC of Myrtle Beach, click the link for their home page at www.tpcmyrtlebeach.com.
Other Outstanding Courses in the Myrtle Beach Area Played By the Chanticleers:
Wachesaw Plantation Club -- When it first opened in 1986, Golf Digest dubbed it the No. 1 course in Myrtle Beach. Other accolades include Top 100 Best Residential Golf Courses in America 2006, Golfweek Magazine Top 100 Best Residential Golf Courses in America 2004, Golfweek Magazine Top 50 Best Courses in South Carolina 2005 and South Carolina Magazine Top 50 Best Courses in South Carolina 2004.
Grand Dunes -- Ranked #21 in Golfweek Magazine's "2009 Best Resort Courses."
The Reserve Golf Club of Pawley's Island -- Greg Norman Design Opened in 1998.
DeBordieu Club -- A championship 18-hole golf course designed by Pete and P.B. Dye.
Dye Course at Barefoot -- A Pete Dye design that provides dramatic visual effects on the course.
Pawleys Plantation -- The Jack Nicklaus designed course was given Four Stars by Golf Digest's "Places to Play."
International World Tour -- Given 4 1/2 stars by Golf Digest in "Places to Play" in 2008.
Myrtle Beach National -- Awarded in 1999 Golf for Women Magazine as "Top-100 Women Friendly." Named "South Carolina's 1997 Course Of The Year." 1997 Golf Digest "Ten upscale Golf Courses.