Top Myrtle Beach Golf Course Rankings – November 2011The Author: Craig Chinn
Published: December 6th, 2011
Last Updated: April 28th, 2014
I hope everyone had a safe and happy Thanksgiving Holiday with family and friends, I certainly know I did. The weather here in Myrtle Beach has been absolutely amazing. We have had days in the low 70`s which is a little warmer than we are used to at this time of the year. The bad thing about the great weather this late into the Fall 2011 Golf Season is that it may cause the “real” winter to stick around longer taking up some time in February.
Overall, we have been receiving great reports about golf course conditions for the fall. We should see this trend continue in the spring as well. (Hint hint) Tee-times are starting to fill up for the spring 2012, so you better start booking soon! Do not sand-bag on your golf trip!
With that said, let’s get to our Top Myrtle Beach Golf Course rankings for November 2011.
1. Bald Head Island – #1 for the third consecutive month. The renovation paid off!
2. TPC of Myrtle Beach – Tom Fazio and Lanny Wadkins design. (Now part of our South End Elite golf package.)
3. Barefoot – Dye Club – Home of the “Monday after Masters” Celebrity Golf Event.
4. True Blue – Has moved past its sister course Caledonia in the rankings.
5. Willbrook – Voted Top 50 courses for Woman by Golf Digest. Moved up three spots from last month.
6. Caledonia – Dropped four spots from the #2 ranking.
7. Thistle – Designed by Tim Cate, who also did the RE-design for our #1 ranked course, Bald Head Island
8. Dunes Club – Still @mbgolfpro favorite on the Strand.
9. Barefoot – Fazio – Course was almost destroyed by a wildfire in 2009. With the New Greens, nothing can stop it now.
10. King`s North – Home of three of the most famous holes in Myrtle Beach. The Gambler, The Island Green and the Bullseye.
Make sure to vote for your favorite golf course on our rankings page.
As always, “Fairways and Greens”,