World Tour Golf Links
If there is one Myrtle Beach golf course that every golfer needs to play, it’s the World Tour Golf Links.
World Tour is like taking a trip around the world and getting a chance to play some of the most recognized holes from all over the globe. The course is a classic 18 hole course split by The Open 9 and The Championship 9. The first hole on the Open 9 is inspired by the first hole of St. Andrews which is a par 4. This hole has a historically wide fairway, which is over 100 yards wide. St. Andrews is rich with golf history so it is only right that the World Tour golf links honor its legacy.
The Open 9 also includes holes inspired by courses such as Pinehurst, Sawgrass, Colonial, Augusta, and more. Hole number 7 replicates the famous Robert Trent Jones designed par 3 at Augusta. You must clear water from your tee shot to have a chance at landing your ball on the green.
When you are driving your cart through the World Tour golf links, it really does feel like you are entering a new part of the world with every tee box. Each hole has its own personality and there are many different ways to approach how they are played. This makes World Tour a course that you can go back and play several times and enjoy differently each time.
The Championship 9 opens up with a hole inspired by number 18 at Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, New York. Other holes on this 9 include renditions of Augusta, Cypress Point, Royal Troon, and more.
The World Tour golf links are available for package play when booking through Myrtle Beach Golf Authority. This course is sure to excite your golf group and will definitely leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. Visit our booking page to learn more on how to get this course in the mix for your next Myrtle Beach golf trip.