Renowned golf course architect has designed many Myrtle Beach golf courses as well as courses across the country. The native North Carolinian has a love and a certain attachment to designing courses in the Carolina’s. Burning Ridge opened in 1987 has been a favorite since. The natural rolling terrain winds through tall trees and pristine lakes. Placing your tee shot correctly will allow for playable approach shots that can offer up some birdie opportunities. The fairways and greens are beautifully maintained and will ensure that you enjoy your Myrtle Beach golf experience.
Proof that you should include Burning Ridge on your next Myrtle Beach golf trip is that it was named “Golf Course of the Year” by the South Carolina Golf Course Owners Association in 2006. If you are searching for a fun, yet challenging Myrtle Beach golf course to include in your next Myrtle Beach golf package, Burning Ridge just might be the one.