The Most Instagrammable Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach

Title: The Most Instagrammable Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach

As a golfer and a local, I have had the pleasure of playing on some of the most stunning golf courses in Myrtle Beach. Over time, I’ve noticed a trend among golf enthusiasts and tourists alike – the quest to capture the perfect Instagram shot. It’s no surprise, with our panoramic vistas, emerald greens, and sun-dappled fairways that provide the ideal backdrop for any Instagram feed. With this in mind, I’ve decided to curate a list of the most Instagrammable Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach just for you!

Caledonia Golf & Fish Club: Undoubtedly, this is a favorite pic among Instagram photographers. It’s teeming with romantic, rustic charm and framed by towering oak trees draped with Spanish moss. A beautiful low country clubhouse appears to float above the course, creating an idyllic setting for Instagram landscapes.

Dunes Golf & Beach Club: This Robert Trent Jones-designed golf course offers stunning ocean views from its signature 13th hole, guaranteed to earn dozens of likes on your picture of the day. Combined with meticulously manicured greens and vibrantly colored azaleas, your Instagram feed will truly pop!

TPC Myrtle Beach: Next is this well-maintained course nestled within the scenic Lowcountry woodlands of Murrells Inlet. At TPC, every hole is a potential Instagram masterpiece. Don’t forget to capture the wildlife! Deer, turkey, and waterfowl often grace the course, inviting you to share these precious encounters with your followers.

Barefoot Resort – Dye Course: Designed by the legendary Pete Dye, this course offers a unique blend of natural beauty and challenging play that makes for incredible Instagram shots. The course layout makes the most of the natural elevation changes, promising fascinating angles for your photography.

True Blue Plantation: With its vast, rolling fairways and rustic, untouched beauty serving as a backdrop, True Blue offers endless opportunities for those Instagram perfect shots. Its vibrant, contrasting colors and unique layout do not fail to impress.

Pine Lakes Country Club: Fondly known as “The Granddaddy”, Pine Lakes is Myrtle Beach’s oldest golf course. Its charming plantation-style clubhouse and lush fairways dotted with ponds make for quaint and lovely Instagram pictures.

Grande Dunes Resort Course: This high-rise clubhouse offers stunning views of the Intracoastal Waterway, Marina, and the course itself. Capture the juxtaposition of natural beauty against the grandeur of manmade design in your next post.

Myrtle Beach National – King’s North: Its iconic “Gambler” island green and the par-5 No. 6 showcase thoughtful design and scenic beauty that are a feast for the eyes and a dream for any social media enthusiast.

Pawleys Plantation: If you’ve never photographed a Jack Nicklaus Signature Design golf course, Pawleys Plantation should be your first. From marshes and wetlands to towering pine trees, there’s always an awe-inspiring view that’ll make your followers swoon.

Just a friendly tip: while you’re out there capturing the best shots, don’t forget to put the camera down and soak in the beauty with your own eyes. After all, that’s the very essence of golf – being one with nature.

Whichever course you choose, arm yourself with a camera, enthusiasm for capturing breathtaking views and be prepared to appreciate Myrtle Beach through the lens of a golfer. See you on the greens!


  1. BirdieHunter_29

    Great guide! I’ve been golfing in Myrtle Beach for years but never really thought about which courses are the most ‘Instagrammable’. Looks like I’ve been missing out on some great photo opportunities. Will definitely try to get some snaps at Grande Dunes in my next round.

  2. CharlotteSummers

    As a golfer who’s also an avid Instagrammer, this list is perfect. Thanks for suggesting the best spots to capture! Caledonia Golf & Fish Club has always been a favorite of mine. But quick question, any tips on the best time of day for capturing the best shots? Early morning or late afternoon perhaps?

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