The Best Golf Courses for Corporate Retreats in Myrtle Beach

Title: The Best Golf Courses for Corporate Retreats in Myrtle Beach

As a Myrtle Beach local and an avid golf fan, one of my greatest pleasures comes from hitting the lush greens that I can proudly call my backyard. With its wide array of courses, Southern hospitality, and a picturesque coastline, Myrtle Beach, often referred to as the Golf Capital of the World, is a premier destination for corporate retreats. Here, I’d like to present a concise guide to the best golf courses for corporate retreats in Myrtle Beach.

Topping the list is Barefoot Resort and Golf, encompassing four award-winning golf courses: the Dye, Fazio, Love, and Norman courses. Each of these courses brings its own unique style and challenge, making every round unpredictable and exciting. Designed by some of the world’s leading golf architects, the courses provide an unparalleled golfing experience, one that will undoubtedly impress colleagues and clients alike. With extensive facilities that include top-notch golf instruction, world-class dining areas, and diverse meeting spaces, Barefoot Resort makes an excellent choice for those planning a truly memorable corporate retreat.

Next, we have the crown jewel of Myrtle Beach, The Dunes Golf and Beach Club. Boasting a course that has consistently ranked among the top 100 in America, this club has hosted signature tournaments such as the Senior PGA Tour Championship. The Dunes Club’s course is hailed for its creative and challenging layout. Their impressive and modern clubhouse, perfect for hosting company meetings or social events, is matched by an equally impressive dining facility, making it an ideal choice for a corporate retreat that thrives on sophistication and class.

TPC (Tournament Players Club) Myrtle Beach, the only course on the Grand Strand to be awarded a five-star rating by Golf Digest, is also a prime option. A tour-calibre, 18-hole golf course, it offers a fantastic blend of beautiful design and high-level challenge. The clubhouse, styled after Southern plantation homes, offers meeting spaces and elegant dining rooms with stunning course views. It’s an impressive locale that brings a nice balance of work and recreation.

Another notable mention is Caledonia Golf and Fish Club. Known for its Southern charm and picturesque landscape, this course is frequently recognised as one of the best to play. From its beautiful live oaks and blossoming flowers that line the path, right up to its stunning 18th hole, every aspect of Caledonia speaks of tranquility and beauty. The club’s antebellum-style clubhouse offers multiple dining options and meeting spaces, also available is their on-site fishing and boating, perfect for team-building activities.

The Grande Dunes Resort Club is a true hidden gem. With stellar views of the Intracoastal Waterway, this course provides an unforgettable round of golf. Grande Dunes doesn’t just offer a world-class golf experience, it also boasts a Mediterranean-themed clubhouse with a wide array of amenities that include luxurious meeting spaces, delicious dining options and a state-of-the-art tennis facility.

Last, but certainly not least, is King’s North at Myrtle Beach National. A signature Arnold Palmer design, its widely recognized holes – ‘The Gambler’ and the ‘Island Green’ – are sure to make an engaging round of golf. King’s North offers a quality golf experience along with excellent facilities for meetings or gatherings, ensuring a productive and enjoyable corporate retreat.

Choosing these impressive courses for your corporate retreat is more than just providing a fantastic golfing experience. You’re offering a unique environment that can help cultivate stronger business relationships, build better communication and teamwork, and create lasting memories.

Each of these distinguished courses comes with its unique charm and challenge, making Myrtle Beach the quintessential destination for golf-centered corporate retreats. It’s a place where business, pleasure, and the undeniable allure of the game can seamlessly blend together to create the ultimate retreat experience.


  1. FairwayFrank

    Great roundup of golf courses suitable for corporate retreats in Myrtle Beach! Been to a couple of these, but I would also like to point out Pine Lakes Country Club, also known as ‘The Granddaddy’. It’s been a fantastic spot for my company’s retreat last year. Has anyone else had good experiences there?

  2. BirdieBrenda_3

    Had a chuckle at ‘The Gambler’ at King’s North. Fits in well with a few of my colleagues’ playing styles! This blog hits the nail right on the head though, these are all premier spots for corporate retreats that combine work, networking, and some really fantastic golf. I can’t wait for our company’s trip to the Dunes Club next month.

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