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About Myrtle Beach National

Three Signature Arnold Palmer Designs in Myrtle Beach

About Myrtle Beach National Golf Course

From the moment “The King,” Arnold Palmer, and his team designed Myrtle Beach National’s trio of layouts, the property has been one of the the area’s most important facilities. Beginning in 1973 with King’s North, MBN opened new courses for three consecutive years, concluding with SouthCreek in 1975.

While MBN has always been among the area’s most popular facilities, it grew in stature locally and nationally when Palmer redesigned the North Course in 1996. From “The Gambler” to the island green, par 3 12th, which is flanked by a pair of burners shaped the like the letters SC, the revitalized King’s North took MBN to the next level and its reputation endures today.

Home to a full service clubhouse, a large driving range and a pair or practice putting greens, Myrtle Beach National is an ideal property to anchor a golf trip.

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Myrtle Beach National Courses Golf Reviews

What a great course, fun layout, great risk reward holes. Conditions were immaculate, beautiful fairways, greens rolling perfect, enjoyed the challenges of the water holes and the challenging second shots into the par 5s. Great clubhouse with an awesome tribute to Arnie with a display of his clubs, some hand-written letters, photos etc. Will go down as one of the best courses I have ever played. Cart staff was awesome, friendly and full of knowledge. Can’t wait to come back next year

Our group’s favorite course. Great conditions, friendly staff

Loved playing here, shot my best round of the week and didn’t lose a ball on the gambler. Nice conditions

Favorite course of the week, great shape. played additional 9 on the West course and enjoyed that as well.

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