History abounds on this Myrtle Beach golf course. Litchfield Country Club opened in 1966 and has provided wonderful Myrtle Beach golf experiences since. Willard Byrd made perfect use of this former rice plantation to design this Lowcountry golf course. The tradition and Southern charm is something that will be remembered for a lifetime. For those that have not experienced Lowcountry golf, Litchfield Country Club offers that unique opportunity. The centuries old moss-draped live oaks frame the narrow fairways. The course requires accuracy over distance and has a slope rating of 130. There are many Myrtle Beach golf photo opportunities at Litchfield with its outstanding serene setting. The experience of a Myrtle Beach golf vacation has been a favorite for golfers for many years and will continue, with so many wonderful Myrtle Beach golf courses and Myrtle Beach attractions. The mild Myrtle Beach weather welcomes golfers year round.