SouthCreek at Myrtle Beach National

SouthCreek at Myrtle Beach National

Location 4900 National Drive
Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Rating 4

SouthCreek is an Arnold Palmer signature design and the favorite among its members. With just 6,400 yards from the back tees, this course challenges golfers to focus on accuracy not distance with each shot. Finesse is required by every golfer with its guarded MiniVerde Ultradwarf greens and protected waste areas, as it winds through wetlands and hardwood forests. A distinctly different design than Myrtle Beach National’s other two courses, South Creek provides its own unique round of golf. In 2004, this spectacular blend of national and man-made challenges was voted among the “Top 100 in America” by Golf for Women.

  1. Walter Stowe 04/08/2019

    Fun course, worth playing.

  2. Brian Spath 03/27/2019

    Great course. Play was slow on back nine as they double book tees times in the morning.

  3. Bill Schmick 03/22/2019

    South Creek was a great course. Good condition.

  4. Mike D 03/11/2019

    We always try to play this course several times during the winter. Course is in great shape, and staff is very friendly.

  5. Russell Daz Pallaci 10/12/2018

    Great course. Played South Course and it was in BEAUTIFUL shape especially after two hurricanes! Would definitely come back

  6. Ted Wielepski 08/28/2018

    Course is in really good shape. The greens are rolling very fast & true. Excellent staff from bag drop to starters. Pace of play excellent.

  7. Pancho P 05/07/2018

    Played the south Creek at 830am and west course at 230 pm last Saturday May 5. Courses were in excellent condition, great and super friendly staff and we really enjoyed our games. Will be back for sure !!

  8. Greg 03/05/2017

    nice course tight fairways excellent condition

  9. Zach 10/02/2016

    This was one of my favorite courses down in Myrtle Beach. It's not the longest course out there but you have to think on every shot. Also I got a hole in 1 on number 17 helps. In all though it's one of the most beautiful courses out there.

  10. Gary 09/30/2016

    I just finished the slowest round I've ever played in Myrtle Beach and I play here a lot. When we made the turn to the front (which was our back nine), there was 7 foursomes waiting. I'm and not exaggerating, 7 groups. Double teeing is fine, but this was ridiculous. Course was actually decent, but not enjoyable at all.