Myrtlewood – Palmetto Course

Landscaped for a best play, the Myrtlewood – Palmetto Course provides a golf vacation that is signature for Edumnd B. Ault, the renowned golf architect. Characterized by old growth pines and adapted by the slopes of the rolling fairways, the course is an acreage of many attitudes including bentgrass greens and land and water hazards that demand golfers into the highest level of a play. The par 72 with 6,953 yards is where players can truly test their willpower in surmounting the challenges of the course.

Myrtlewood – Palmetto Course has been golfer’s favorite spot for over 30 years. In fact, the Grand Stand has continuously ranked it as one of the top repeat-play courses among all of South Carolina. Ault definitely played with the modesty and friendliness of the Tifdwarf Bermuda as it meticulously sodded it on the putting greens of the 6,977 yards golf vacation destination. The course has a rating of 7.37 and a slope of 135 making it appealing to golfers coming from different levels. But it is its position, being in the heart of Myrtle Beach, that defined it all the more attractive even to non-golfing guests.

Outmatching all the golf vacations‘ experience is driven by Myrtlewood – Palmetto Course SoloRider golf cars that help golfers go through an easy accessibility while enjoying the landscape. Senior golfers would not feel impaired from mobility with the rider’s moulded sincerity to drive them onto the greens and tees without impact to turf. The 350 degree swivel seat has a design that allows effortless enter and exit, and it also has ergonomic controls that makes the experience all the more convenient. 

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