Palmetto at Myrtlewood

Palmetto Golf Course at Myrtlewood

The Palmetto Golf Course at Myrtlewood is one of two eighteen hole golf courses. Both of these golf courses run parallel to the Intracoastal Waterway. The signature hole on both golf courses is #18, both are very demanding par 4’s. The Pinehills golf course has several dogleg fairways. The golf course is level, but the fairways have mounds that can cause uneven lies. There are also numerous sand bunkers and large trees that can alter your shots. The greens are medium speed and undulating. There are many water hazards that are marked by yellow and black flags. The back nine is more interesting than the front with sand in the fairways and at the corners of the doglegs. This golf course would be considered a good layout for the average golfer.

 

Course Pictures

 

Course Information

Year Built: 1972
Designer: Ed Ault
Dress Code: No tank tops or cutoffs
Metal Spikes: Not Allowed
Earliest Tee Time: 6:30 AM
Greens: Tifdwarf Bermuda
Fairways: Bermuda Grass
Number of Sand Bunkers: 51
Water Hazards in Play: Yes
Greens Aerated: May-September
Overseeding Schedule: September/Open
Walking the Golf Course: Not Allowed
Driving Range: Yes, Hitting balls from grass
Additional Facilities: Putting Green, Sand and Chipping Area
Food Availability: Beverage cart and snack bar
Bar: Full service bar

 

Contact

1500 48th Avenue N., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 – Map it!
Phone: 843. 913. 4516

 

Rating & Slope

Tees Yardage Rating   Slope   Par
    Mens’ Ladies’ Mens’ Ladies’  
Blue 7015 73.6 N/A 137 N/A 72
White 6516 71.3 N/A 132 N/A 72
Gold 6009 69.0 N/A 126 N/A 72
Red 5176 N/A 65.4 N/A 110 72
 
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