Colonial Charters Golf Club

Waterfalls and the tree-lined fairways - idyllic setting - extensive renovation.

Colonial Charters Golf Club

Colonial Charters Golf Club

Colonial Charters Golf Course is located along the Grand Strand’s “Northern Gateway” along Highway 9, just minutes from North Myrtle Beach. This Rick Robbins redesigned course boasts a peaceful country setting carved through scenic woodlands.


Colonial Charters Golf Club offers players a challenging “shotmakers” 18-hole experience in Little River. Accuracy is important - all but two holes feature a water hazard with four forced carries on the back nine.


From the very first hole, this par-71 golf course tests players with trees and water which obscure the view and there are several “risk-reward” holes which tempt an aggressive golfer. The secluded back nine and two beautiful greenside waterfalls help make Colonial Charters a very enjoyable course.


Features include a driving range as well as chipping and putting green so you can warm-up for the encounters which lie ahead. This is also a great family course as accuracy is the key to scoring low.

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Colonial Charters Golf Club offers it's members these great benefits:

  • A challenging, shotmaker's 18-hole Home Course
  • Extensive Renovation
  • Peaceful, eco-friendly layouts
  • Yardage:

  • 6,427
  • Slope Rating (Difficulty):



    68.6/122 69.2/122


  • Location:

  • North Myrtle Beach

Colonial Charters Golf Club Reviews

Recent Reviews

by Perry Everix - 04/16/2019
Nice place, course is good. Staff is nice.
by Jon Petoskey - 04/08/2019
Course was in good shape. Easy to play around.
by Nicole Paradis - 03/07/2019
by Sonny Elam - 02/08/2019
Course is always in poor to fair condition . A 20.00 course at best. It has been a wet season and course was over watered around greens.
by John - 04/08/2018
Colonial Charters is great if are missing the patching greens of your local muni. The cart paths condition and markings were reminiscent of the Cross Bronx Expressway. The lack of beverage cart and postage st size greens only added to its charm.
by MBGolfer - 02/01/2017
I had not played this course since it was in total disarray in 2009 when bankruptcy hit the housing market. At that time, the course was a mess. I played today and was surprised. The course is in pretty good shape. Greens are fine, fairways over seeded for the winter, and the sand traps actually had sand. Par 71 course with 5 par 3's. Back nine is tough, and as an earlier comment stated. There are some narrow fairways on about 1/3 of the holes that are going to make you be a good shot maker.
by Bruce - 01/19/2017
Good course
by John - 01/19/2017
Let me begin by writing that I enjoyed the layout as it is a shot maker course and care to provide an objective assessment but I would never play it again! Narrow, water but fair if you stay off the driver and opt for a more precis club. It's a good old boys club so player beware...booked as a twosome and the good old boy foursome in front never waived us trough (starter error or cater-ism?)the entire 18 holes (we were second of the tees...yes behind the foursome that the starter all knew by name). They also double tees so you may share what we got, being a very, very LONG round.
by Steven - 12/07/2016
Played this course before. It had another name at that time. It has improved since the then.
by Greg - 10/11/2016
Nice layout for a golf course. They probably need to put some more into the fairways and greens.
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