The Founders Inclusive Golf Package
The Founders Inclusive golf package includes up to 20 popular Myrtle Beach courses to choose from within the Grand Strand area. With a starting price of $370 per golfer, you get a 3-night stay in one of our accommodations with 4 rounds of golf. You must choose courses to play as they are priced differently.
20 of the most popular courses in the Myrtle Beach area are available to play in this golf package. From Founders Club in Pawleys Island to TPC Myrtle Beach, you will have tons of options to spread out your 4 rounds and get a great idea of the golf world in the Grand Strand. The list of golf courses can be found below.
1. Aberdeen Country Club
2. Burning Ridge Golf Course
3. Founders Club
4. Grande Dunes Resort Course
5. Kings North @ Myrtle Beach National
6. Litchfield Country Club
7. Long Bay Club
8. Myrtle Beach National South Creek
9. Myrtle Beach National West
10. Myrtlewood Palmetto
11. Myrtlewood Pine Hills
12. Pawley’s Plantation Golf and Country Club
13. Pine Lakes International Country Club
14. River Club Golf Course
15. River Hills Golf and Country Club
16. TPC Myrtle Beach
17. Tradition Golf Club
18. Wild Wing Plantation Avocet
19. Willbrook Plantation Golf Club
20. World Tour Golf Links
One notable course on this list is the World Tour Golf Links. Each hole is designed as a replica of many famous golf holes around the world. From Augusta to Pebble Beach or TPC Sawgrass, World Tour gives a unique playing experience by having a different type of feel or play for each hole.
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Another standout course is Myrtlewood’s Palmetto course. A beautiful layout and exciting greens make for a great round of 18 at this course. One notable aspect is the fact that the course is located right next to the Intracoastal waterway that spans from Miami to New York. On hole 18, (pictured above) you can see the waterway stretch down the entire left side of the fairway.