Myrtle Beach National – West Course

Opened in 1973, the Myrtle Beach National – West Course was designed by Arnold Palmer and Francis Duane. Among the most beautiful courses in Myrtle Beach, the West Course is the most challenging yet driver friendly of them all. Different sets of tees make this possible as golfers can choose to start on regular tees or back tees with more dog legs and hazards making every golf trip count. Golf Digest ranked this course with 4.5 stars Best Places to Play in 2010. The forest of stately pines border the course and the natural vegetation is preserve in order to allow golfers feel closer to nature.

The Myrtle Beach National – West Course has MiniVerde UltraDwarf greens, wide fairways, various sand bunkers, and lesser water hazards. Kids with paid adults can play for free and have the same perfect golf vacation experience they ought to have. Breath-taking views greet the players warmly as they make their way from hole to hole. A large driving range also offers convenience to the golfers aside from the portable food and beverage carts. The Bar & Grill serves sumptuous meals for hungry players while other amenities satisfy the other needs of the golfers.

Harboring a par 72 with 6,866 yards layout, the Myrtle Beach National – West Course has an open guest policy and year round golf season. Metal spikes are allowed and players can just rent clubs and carts on the resort. For those who wanted to buy new gears, they can also visit the pro shop. Lastly, affordable golf vacation package deals are being offered by the management which includes the Prime Time Signature Package.

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