Myrtle Beach National – West Course

The West Course at Myrtle Beach National is one of three at this facility, and many say that it is the easiest to play. That, however, does not mean that it is not challenging – far from that. It offers plenty of natural hazards that are waiting to slow you down.

The course is known for its upkeep and maintenance. Even during busy seasons, attention to detail is the key of the landscape, always being ready for a fresh round of golf.

Of the three courses here, the West Course is also the longest. So grab a cart, take some practice swings, and try out the beauty that it has to offer.

Courses Facts

Name of Course:Myrtle Beach National – West Course
No of holes:18
Course Rating:73
Slope Index:119
Total Yardage:6866
Womens's Yardage:5307
Green Type:Bermudagrass
Sunday Alcohol:After 12:00 P.M
Course Designer:Arnold Palmer
Spike Allowed:
Year Founded:1990
Par:

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