In the middle of Myrtle Beach, the Myrtlewood Golf Club holds 2 18-holes, the Palmetto and the Pine Hills. Designed by the legendary architect Edmund B. Ault, the Palmetto has been one of the Grand Strand golfers’ favorite for almost 2 generations, keeping his place at the top of the best courses in Myrtle Beach. This course maintains perfect conditions all year long and offers every golfers a challenge. His traditional design offers Bermuda grass covered fairways softly going down to the old pines lining the course. Located on the American coast, the course offers many hazards and pits to challenge golfers. The Pine Hills isn’ t only a part of the Golf Digest’s Top 10 Best Courses of Myrtle Beach,but it’s also the only Grand Strand course designed by the famous Arthur Hills, which services were often reserved to redesign old courses for events like PGA or USGA. His smart use of the hillocks and the strategic location of water hazards made Pine Hills a modern piece of art filled with wavy paths and generous greens, offering all level golfers the best surface ever. The unique combination of Bermuda grass on the fairways and of Penncross bent Tifdwarf Bermuda on the greens make a beautiful game surface including all traditional elements: valley fairways, wavy greens, water hazards and subtle terrain lowerings.
Pinehills - Arthur Hills; Palmetto - Edmund B. Ault