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2000 World Tour Blvd Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
2000 World Tour BoulevardUSSouth CarolinaMyrtle Beach29579
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Located at Myrtle Beach, known for championship golf, ideal climate and Southern hospitality, World Tour Golf Links recreates 27 of the world’s most renowned and challenging golf layouts.
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"The service on the course & clubhouse staff were great."
"The free driving range was a nice touch as well."
"Joined up with another golfer and had a real relaxing day."
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Carin Johnson
3 months ago
Enjoyed this golf course. Not as long or difficult as I expected, even from the tips. Most of the holes well represented the famous hole it was tied to, just missing the thousands of people. Playing "Amen corner" was fun, and the 17th hole at TPC was awesome. Course was in good shape, especially for early spring. Rates were a "little" high though compared some of the other high end courses in the area. Got rained out after 15 holes, but would love to play this again, and would recommend it!
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Tony Bruno
5 months ago
Really nice shape, beautiful layout. Everyone was very nice and courteous. Rates are reasonable. I would recommend if your in the area to play it. Its the closest you may ever come to Augusta.
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Jonathan Townsley
a week ago
What a dump. Greens were terrible and they allowed too many drunks.
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Nick Kuzmak
a year ago
I played here on October 27, 2014 with three friends from New jersey and was very disappointed. This was the last round for us before returning home, and thought we were playing a premium facility. Once we left the clubhouse, things went downhill. The conditions were atrocious. We were informed that due to over-seeding, the course would be wet. This was an understatement. The fairways were torn up from so many divots with crabgrass visible everywhere and the greens suffered from a black mold fungus. I'm a GM in the golf business in New Jersey and was appalled that in an area with wonderful courses, their staff had such disregard for their product and the satisfaction of their customers. Go play Thistle, River's Edge or Glen Dornoch if you want to get your moneys worth.
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April Fortin
a month ago
I have played on golf courses all around the world. This by far was the worst experience on any course I have ever had. The staff was exceptionally RUDE! I predict this business will be losing lots of great and valuable customers if they continue to treat its customers with such disrespect. Please don't waste your money on this place. Plenty of other really great courses in the area.
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7 months ago
Nice course - well kept and cool layout and concept - would play again for $50-60 winter rates. Very wet and cart path only due to rain. Nice once, but too many other options in the area to pay in season rates $100+.
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dan berty
a year ago
Favorite course I've ever been to. We had 8 (Pittsburgh) guys, went while it was a tad cold (mid 40's) & had a light drizzle, but everyone enjoyed the course & had a good time. The TPC par 3 hole was awesome. The service on the course & clubhouse staff were great. Felt like 1st class all around. The free driving range was a nice touch as well. The starter & bag drop guys were so friendly & nice to talk to that we had to run to the tee box so we weren't late. Already looking forward to next years trip. Here's a tip for guys planning a trip to Myrtle for a golf trip: stay at the condos at the World Tour course, they're affordable, had high ceilings, furnished well, & in a great location. Way better than staying at a hotel. Great all around.
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Ray Snyder
a year ago
Course was in good shape after a few days of rain and overcast skies. Weather was good. Everyone at the course was very friendly. Joined up with another golfer and had a real relaxing day.


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