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Best Golf Courses You Can Play in South Carolina, 2016-17 Edition

Pebble Beach Takes Top Spot in Top 100
Pebble Beach Golf Links tops the biennial GOLF magazine Top 100 Courses You Can Play ranking, knocking previous champion Pacific Dunes from the honor.

Every two years, GOLF puts together the best of the best when it comes to golf courses you can play. Sure, you can't get on to Augusta National or Pine Valley, but you still have access to some of the best courses in the world like Pebble Beach, Bandon Dunes, Harbour Town, Erin Hills and more. Some of these gems are closer to you than you think, too, and we made it easy for you by breaking it down state by state. If you want the complete rankings of the Top 100 Courses You Can Play, click here.

SOUTH CAROLINA

1. The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Resort, Kiawah Island

2. Harbour Town Golf Links, Hilton Head Island

3. Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, Pawleys Island

4. Dunes Golf & Beach Club, Myrtle Beach

5. May River Golf Club at Palmetto Bluff, Bluffton

6. True Blue, Pawleys Island

7. Barefoot Resort (Love), North Myrtle Beach

8. Tidewater, North Myrtle Beach

9. Wild Dunes (Links), Isle of Palms

10. TPC Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet

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The clubhouse at TPC Myrtle Beach in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

11. Heron Point by Pete Dye, Hilton Head Island

12. Barefoot Resort (Fazio), North Myrtle Beach

13. Grande Dunes, Myrtle Beach

14. Barefoot Resort (Dye), North Myrtle Beach

15. Myrtle Beach National (King's North), Myrtle Beach

16. Kiawah Island (Osprey Point), Kiawah Island

17. Legends (Heritage Club), Pawleys Island

18. Pawleys Plantation, Pawleys Island

19. Palmetto Dunes (Arthur Hills), Hilton Head Island

20. Legends (Heathland), Myrtle Beach

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Fan-favorite Kiawah was No. 5 on GOLF's 2014 Top 100 Courses You Can Play Ranking.

 

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