Designed by award-winning architect Rees Jones, Arcadian Shores golf course is full of challenges that will test your skills and patience for the game. Natural lakes are scattered in and out of the fairways, there are 64 creatively-placed sand bunkers, and, let's not forget, the lush Bermuda putting greens are all part of the challenge. Since its opening in 1974, the Arcadian Shores Golf Club has a reputation in the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina community as one of the local's favorite tracks to play.
Listed below, we've laid out the current rates for Arcadian Shores golf course in Myrtle Beach as well as photos, reviews, and even a downloadable scorecard.
|# of Holes:||18|
|Sets of Tees:||4|
|Grass Type (Greens):||Bermuda|
|Kids Play Free?:||No|
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Played the golf course Years ago and it was a dump. Played in the father and son tournament and I was pleasantly surprised with the condition improvements, etc.
We originally picked this course to add a MBN course to lower the cost of our package. The reviews we read prior to booking were very mixed and we didn't know what to expect. The course was in good shape with some very nice holes. All of the staff were friendly and willing to help any way they could. We would play this course again. Played on 3/07/15
also in good shape have played it a few times in my years coming doun to the beach.always a good course to play. cart paths could use some attentio
Maybe not as high end as some of the other courses on the strand but very challenging,some narrow fairways on some holes and lots of water, good elevation and scenic.Not the longest tack but would definitely play it again, good shape.
Course seemed to be in pretty rough shape; tee boxes and greens were not well kept. Price was cheap though so it allowed us to play some nicer courses on our trip
Arcadian Shores is one of my favorites in Myrtle Beach.It is the first course that Rees Jones designed and he did a great job.For the better golfers the black tees are plenty long and make you hit all your clubs.The rates are reasonable and it is in a great location.There is a Tanger outlet beside Hole # 2 so the wife can go shopping if she doesn't want to play.I like that because I hate waiting on my wife after a round of golf.
This golf course was absolutely beautiful, really enjoyed !!
Playing Arcadian Shores today for a golf outing will post a blog later in the week.
Arcadian Shores is a great layout that has recently been acquired by Burroughs and Chappin Golf Management. I know for a fact that B&C will make this course back to a top Myrtle Beach Golf Course.