Surf Golf & Beach Club
The Surf Golf and Beach Club, has been enjoyed by countless golfers since it opened in 1960. Famed golf course architect, George Cobb, designed the Surf Club with a traditional parkland style layout. One of the oldest Myrtle Beach golf courses, the Surf Club is one of the few that still has Bentgrass greens. There are many water hazards and bunkers to avoid at the Surf Club to shoot your best score. Towering Carolina pines line the lush fairways which add to the necessity of accuracy off of the tee. This Myrtle Beach golf course is considered a favorite among local and visiting golfers that are fortunate enough to get to roam their beautiful fairways. George Cobb is known for designing courses that end with a par-3 and the Surf Club has a beauty. The course can be quite challenging with a course rating of 73.0 and a slope of 131. No Myrtle Beach golf vacation without including the Surf Club on its itinerary.
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