King’s North is a premier 18-hole golf course in Myrtle Beach and one of three unique layouts which comprise the Myrtle Beach National complex.
Arnold Palmer added his king’s touch to this multiple award-winning golf course; his showpiece has become a staple for golfers seeking a challenging design that is fun to play and beautiful to walk (or ride) upon. Water hazards abound, bunkers and slick undulating greens all combine to make King’s North a memorable event. Golf holes such as “The Gambler” and Hole number three with sand traps shaped like the letters “S” and “C” for South Carolina, remind players that King’s North is a special golf course that Palmer personally redesigned.
An impressive practice facility with driving range and putting greens and a large clubhouse with pro shop and dining add to the enjoyment factor of the Myrtle Beach National Kings North Golf Course.
by Andrew Callow - 04/14/2019
Very nice course. Busy. a lot of poor care from golfers - many divots not replaced or sanded on the approaches to greens especially, and on fairway. Many many pitch marks left on the greens, affecting putting. Needs starters to remind people, and rangers to actually enforce more rigorously, as it is ruining a great course.
by nick onderko - 04/12/2019
very good course. makes you think as you play
by Chad Anga - 04/11/2019
by Ryan St.Paul - 04/10/2019
The layout on Kings North was amazing. We played Kings North in the afternoon after a nice lunch in the clubhouse after finishing up the morning on the West Course. The course was in great shape and the facility was great. The one negative we had on the North Course was the pace of play. We played the West Course earlier in the day in just over 4 hours and the staff and rangers were excellent. For Kings North, we almost didnt get to finish the round after teeing off slightly after 2 PM because no rangers came out after we got to the turn (approximately 2.5 hours later). There were 2 groups ahead of us with 5 open holes ahead of them, but no rangers to move them along. We found out at the end of our round (slightly over 5 hours) that the rangers were sent home after the last group (the one following us) made the turn. If those two groups could have been pushed along, the round would have been closer to 4 hours and 15 minutes. Well know next time that we should try to book for the morning round because everything moved perfectly when the rangers were there.
by Daniel Hicks - 04/07/2019
Great round of golf
by Dan L - 04/06/2019
Very nice course.
by Matt Stoner - 04/03/2019
Exactly what I expected from a Arnold Palmer course.
by Robert Castagnera - 04/01/2019
Nice condition, staff was exceptionally friendly,
by Ed Brooks - 03/24/2019
Very nice course - great conditions - friendly staff. Pace of play was very disappointing - 5 hours - never saw a marshal/ranger on the course.
by Steve Dunbar - 03/24/2019
The course was in great condition. Bag handlers and desk did a great job. We moved along well and it was very busy.