SouthCreek is a premier 18-hole golf course in Myrtle Beach and one of three unique layouts which comprise the Myrtle Beach National complex.
The shortest of the golf courses at MBN, SouthCreek is comprised of doglegs, waste areas and has undulating greens - this is a challenging layout and requires accuracy off of the tee. Called a “shotmaker’s course,” South Creek is also considered a “thinker’s course” by the resident teaching professional. Planning a strategy and playing each hole smart will get players a low score.
Myrtle Beach National golf facility also includes a full length driving range, a short game area and large practice putting green.
Golf Digest awarded SouthCreek 4 stars in its "Places to Play" rankings, and the course was voted among the "Top 100 in America" by Golf for Women.
by Walter Stowe - 04/08/2019
Fun course, worth playing.
by Brian Spath - 03/27/2019
Great course. Play was slow on back nine as they double book tees times in the morning.
by Bill Schmick - 03/22/2019
South Creek was a great course. Good condition.
by 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.
by 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
by Ted Wielepski - 08/28/2018
Course is in really good shape. The greens are rolling very fast and true. Excellent staff from bag drop to starters. Pace of play excellent.
by 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
by Ronald Huffman - 09/12/2017
This course is the worst course and the worst experience I have ever had. I got charged $50. The course was flooded. The cart helper (starter) was so rude.
by Roland Vonohlsen - 06/09/2017
Got to the course to checkin and they told me "I don't think this is on our website, but we aerated the greens". So, I'm at the course, already made a reservation, have a group of golfers coming, what do they expect me to do? I reluctantly went ahead and paid and played the course. They aerated the greens AND fairways and the conditions as you would expect, not good.
Did they offer any discount becuase of the condition (aeration) - NO! Should they have - YES! I certainly would not have made a tee time OR played the course had I known of the condition of the course.
by Greg - 03/05/2017
nice course tight fairways excellent condition