The impressive list of accolades for Myrtle Beach National's courses just keeps growing. Already hailed as the Top 100 Courses For Women, in America's Top 10, named South Carolina's 1997 Course Of The Year, and has four holes featured in The 100 Greatest Holes Along The Grand Strand, this course truly ranks amongst the must play of the Grand Strand. Famous for the island green and South Carolina shaped sand traps of Hole 3; the tempting short cut on the island fairway of Hole 6; and the over 40 sand traps guarding the fairway on Hole 18 it is easy to see why this has been the most recognized and requested course on the beach for over 25 years.
Arnold Palmer returned in 1996 to redesign, improve, and continually challenge the golfer's skill and determination to keep the course fresh while maintaining the already achieved success.
Uniqueness and finesse define the magnificent coastal wetlands and hardwood forests of South Creek. With just 6,400 yards from the back tees, this course challenges golfers to focus on accuracy not distance with each shot. Distinctly different from other Myrtle Beach National courses, South Creek stands out with its numerous waste areas and well protected bentgrass greens demanding the deftness of a truly skilled golfer.