MBGolfPro's Top 10 Courses in Myrtle Beach for June 2012The Author: Craig Chinn
Published: July 6th, 2012
Last Updated: May 2nd, 2013
Summer is a great time to be in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Ocean water temperatures feel like bath water, tons of family activities along the Grand Strand for all ages. The nightlife is booming and in full swing.
On the flip side — traffic can be a bit taxing, wait times at restaurants are a bit more, and summer tee times should be booked early in the day to beat the heat of that hot summer sun. So although summer might not be the best time to play golf in Myrtle Beach, we’ve still got our top courses ranked for June 2012.
Now, let’s get down to business with our top-10 ranked courses in Myrtle Beach for the month of June 2012.
1. True Blue – Voted #1 in Myrtle Beach for the fifth consecutive month.
2. Caledonia – Sister course of True Blue. Holding the #2 position for the third straight month.
3. Dunes Golf & Beach Club – As predicted in our April blog, the Dunes continues to climb to the top of the list.
4. Barefoot Resort: Dye Club – Moving up one spot, I still predict the Dye Club to drop in ranking due to the installation of the new putting surfaces.
5. Tidewater – Dropping one spot from #4 last month,Tidewater has still maintained its top-5 position.
6. Myrtle Beach National:King’s North – Moved up one spot since last month. As predicted with the Dye
Club, King’s North should drop in ranking due to the conversion from bent to Bermuda grass greens.
7. The Heritage Club – After being out of the top-10 for a year, Heritage makes its way into the top-10 for the second straight month.
8. Pawley’s Plantation – Moving up one spot, Pawley’s Plantation is sneaking up in the rankings.
9. Glen Dornoch Waterway Links – Dropping three spots, I still believe Glen Dornoch is one of the most underrated courses on the Grand Strand.
10. Grande Dunes Resort Course – After its top-10 debut in our May ranking, the Resort Court continues to hold the tenth spot, however, like King’s North and Barefoot Dye, I predict it will drop out of the top-10 for a brief period.
As always, Fairways & Greens