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Myrtle Beach golf courses that have been closed

The Author: NMBG Staff
Published: December 2nd, 2010
Last Updated: October 5th, 2022

I recently have had golfers emailing me wanting to play courses that they have played in the past, however, the courses that once made a great golf memory for some golfers have closed to the Myrtle Beach Real Estate boom five years ago.

Below is a list of courses that have closed in the Myrtle Beach area.

Bay Tree Gold Course

Bay Tree Silver Course

Bay Tree Green Course

Belle Terre

Belle Terre Executive Course


Burning Ridge East Course

Calabash Golf Links

Deer Track South Course

Deer Track North Course

Gator Hole

Marsh Harbour Golf Links

Ocean Harbour

Golf Links

Ocean Isle Beach Golf Club

Raccoon Run

Robbers Roost

Sea Gull Golf Club (Reopened as Founders Club @ Pawleys Island)

Winyah Bay

That is a total of 17 courses closed for a Grand Total of 306 holes.

Of course, you can check out the courses on the Grand Strand that ARE open on our website.

6 Responses to “Myrtle Beach golf courses that have been closed”

  1. Kirk Says:

    What was the name of the golf course next to Sea Trail in North Myrtle Beach? I can see some holes on Google Earth and one hole runs along highway 17.

  2. Mark Says:

    We first visited Myrtle Beach in 1975 & STILL love it! Back in 2015 to find that Waterway Hills & Wicked Stick are closed. Sad.

  3. Jim Carr Says:

    Are there any closed golf courses for sale in the MB area?

  4. Hollis Wineland Says:

    I have a question about a course closing Burning Ridge (East)? I was informed that
    the (West) had closed in 2005? to build townhouses? And the east course had been worked on and opened later as a new 18 hole course.
    thanks Hollis

  5. Keith Stein Says:

    Can you please help me recall a Myrtle Beach course I played in the late 19980’s. It was the best round of golf I ever played. The course was located on the west side of Hwy. 17 between the point where it crossed the Inland Waterway and the NC border. There was a tiny airstrip that ran along one on the holes. It appears that the course no longer exists. Thank you for any information that you can provide.

  6. jerry baker Says:

    Now that Myrtle Beach is over built to the point oif not needeing another condo for five or six years, the closing of courses that help make Myrtle Beach the golfing capital of the US will certainly do nothing to help retain this image. Closing courses that were a part of this great tradition will do nothing but open other locations to assume the caption of “Golf Course capital of the world. Closing courses will do nothing but make the golfing experience there more apinful and more expensive….supply and demand, you know. I distinctly remember packages at the Sands where a four day weekend including four rounds of golf, breakfast, room and carts went ofr less than $160.00. I dare say this is no longer the case!