Myrtle Beach golf courses that have been closedThe Author: Craig Chinn
Published: December 2nd, 2010
Last Updated: April 28th, 2014
I recently have had golfers emailing me wanting to play courses that they have played in the past, however, the courses that once made a great golf memory for some golfers have closed to the Myrtle Beach Real Estate boom five years ago.
Below is a list of courses that have closed in the Myrtle Beach area.
Bay Tree Gold Course
Bay Tree Silver Course
Bay Tree Green Course
Belle Terre Executive Course
Burning Ridge East Course
Calabash Golf Links
Deer Track South Course
Deer Track North Course
Marsh Harbour Golf Links
Ocean Isle Beach Golf Club
Sea Gull Golf Club (Reopened as Founders Club @ Pawleys Island)
That is a total of 17 courses closed for a Grand Total of 306 holes.
Of course, you can check out the courses on the Grand Strand that ARE open on our website.