Myrtle Beach National Descriptions
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Home to 54 holes of championship, signature golf. The three courses at Myrtle Beach National represent the best of the best with the signature designs of Arnold Palmer displayed on each challenging hole.

The West Course will challenge golfers of all abilities with this classic Arnold Palmer design, ranked 4.5 STARS in 2010 by Golf Digest’s “Places to Play”. But be prepared for a professional challenge from the back tees as the numerous doglegs, fairway bunkers and natural hazards come into play.

MBN West
– known for it being carved through secluded pines with nature providing the backdrop (no houses- very rare)
– though longer than the Southcreek, it is considered to be the most player-friendly of the 3 designs
– known for its open greens and fairways, and also for having very reachable par 4’s and par 5’s

King’s North made its way onto Golf Digest’s prestigious list of “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses- 2004” and Golf Digest’s “Places to Play” has awarded it 4.5 STARS ever since! Plus, from 2000-2004 Golf for Women ranked it their “Top 100 Courses in America”, truly a must play in the Myrtle Beach area.

King’s North – Arnold Palmer Signature Design
– the premier course of the 3, has 3 signature holes (#6-Gambler (island fairway), #12-“S.C” island green, #18 over 40 bunkers)
– has been on Golf Digest’s “Places to Play” and “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses”, awarded 4.5 STARS
– synonymous with the idea of Myrtle Beach golf, signature holes used in promotions worldwide to attract visitors to Myrtle Beach

SouthCreek is an Arnold Palmer signature design and the favorite among its members. With just 6,400 yards from the back tees, this course challenges golfers to focus on accuracy not distance with each shot.

MBN Southcreek
– shortest of the 3 courses at MBN, but can be very challenging due to its accuracy requirements
– known for its waste bunkers, dogleg fairways and great mini verde greens
– of the lower priced courses (West & Southcreek), it is the more challenging of the two