Top Myrtle Beach Golf Course Rankings – October 2011The Author: Craig Chinn
Published: November 1st, 2011
Last Updated: October 15th, 2015
We hope that everyone had a safe and Happy Halloween. Although I saw my far share of scary costumes last night, there is nothing scarier than a 3 foot putt that breaks left and right for all the skins. With that said, we move on to November which happens to be @mbgolfpro’s favorite fall golf month in Myrtle Beach.
Maybe its because im a fan of the contoured over-seeding, or maybe the fact that the golf courses should be in the best conditions or maybe its the great Myrtle Beach golf weather.
Moving on with the Top Ten Myrtle Beach Golf Courses for October 2011. Again these top ten courses are voted by visitors to the NorthMyrtleBeachGolf.com website. We have a newcommer to the rankings that happens to be one of my favorite courses! Let’s get started.
1. Bald Head Island – Remains #1 for the second consecutive month.
2. Caledonia – Remains #2 for the second consecutive month. Great views of the marsh lands on the finishing hole.
3. TPC of Myrtle Beach – Former host of the Senior Tour Championship
4. Dunes Club – One of the only courses on the Grand Strand that has an Ocean View.
5. Barefoot – Dye Club – Home to the Monday after the Masters, this course is a BEAST!
6. Thistle – Known for conditions, the 27-hole Tim Cate design arguably has the best greens on the beach day in and day out.
7. True Blue – Sister course of #2 Caledonia, should be the brother course because it is tuff.
8. Willbrook – Historic plantation course, Maples hit the jackpot with this design.
9. Pawley`s Plantation – One of the only courses in Myrtle Beach with a double green. Great views of the marshlands.
10. Reserve Club at St. James Plantation – Welcome to the Top 10. @mbgolfpro favorite course at St. James Plantation. This is a great Nicklaus design, one of three on the Grand Strand.
That is your Top Ten Myrtle Beach Golf Courses for the month of October 2011. Follow me on twitter @mbgolfpro
As always, FAIRWAYS AND GREENS.