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Myrtle Beach Golf Course Architects

Learn about the men behind the designs.

There are about 40 golf course architects that have designed the over 100 golf courses in Myrtle Beach. Many got their start as golf champions, others followed in the family footsteps. Either way, Myrtle Beach golf is in debt to these men who designed the courses we play on. Myrtle Beach Golf Packages

Arnold Palmer
Named the 6th greatest golfer of all time by Golf Digest
Arthur Hills
It all started with a degree in Landscape Architecture
Ben Ward
Brierwood was the first and last golf course that Ward has designed
Clyde Johnston
Designer of five golf courses in Myrtle Beach
Dan Maples
" of our goals has been to build courses that players would remember.."
Davis Love
Started out by playing golf, then started designing his own courses
Edmund Ault
One of the pioneers of golf course architecture
Fred Couples

Top player on PGA Tour turns to architecture
Gary Player
Designed over 300 golf courses around the world
Gene Hamm
A major golf course designer in Myrtle Beach, SC
George Cobb
Designer of the famed Bald Head Island golf course in North Carolina
Greg Norman
One of the most well-known in Myrtle Beach golf
Hale Irwin
Designer of the Members Club at St. James Plantation
H.M. Brazeal
Brick Landing Plantation was his contribution to the Myrtle Beach
Jack Nicklaus
The one, the only, The Golden Bear
Jeff Brauer
A talened architect arriving on the scene over 20 years ago
John Daly
Pro golfer well known for his design at Wicked Stick golf course
Ken Tomlinson
A golf course architect who knows both golf and golfers
Larry Nelson
Nelson designed the Wild Wing golf course in Myrtle Beach
Larry Young
Young designed two courses in the Myrtle Beach area
Mel Graham
Golf course designer Graham designed the World Tour course
Mike Strantz
Mike Strantz is known for his courses True Blue and Caledonia
Pete Dye
Dye has even impressed the Golden Bear himself with his golf course design and influence
Porter Gibson
Gibson has quite the list of courses he designed across the country
Ray Floyd
Floyd is a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame and was the 4th Youngest Player to win the PGA
Rees Jones
Jones is behind the respected Arcadian Shores golf course in Myrtle Beach
Rick Robbins
Robbins is known for designing environmentally friendly golf courses
Robbie Byers
While the name may not be well known yet, he has still left his mark on Myrtle Beach
Robert T. Jones
Designed over 500 courses in 35 countries
Robert White
Started his career early before the turn of the 20th century
Ron Garl
Believes every course should sit softly upon the land, while being environmentally friendly
Russell Breeden
Designer of Possum Trot Golf Course in North Myrtle Beach
Thomas Jackson
Designed various excellent courses in the Myrtle Beach area
Thomas Walker
Over 40 years of experience in course design
Tim Cate
Designer behind the famed Big Cats courses
Tom Fazio
Fazio has gained quite the respect with his two Myrtle Beach golf course designs
Willard Byrd
Designer of 10 excellent courses in Myrtle Beach, SC