World Tour Golf Links
Where Leisure Meets Legacy
Located at Myrtle Beach, known for championship golf, ideal climate and Southern hospitality, World Tour Golf Links recreates 18 of the world’s most renowned and challenging golf layouts from 18 courses in six countries and 10 states. Our inspiration parallels the most elite courses such as Augusta National, the Seminole Club, Winged Foot, Oakmont, Pine Valley, St. Andrews, and Royal Melbourne. Here you have a passport to some of the most famous golf holes in the world, all in a single day or weekend.
From our magnolia-lined entrance to our stately clubhouse, you’ll be transported across a scenic Carolina landscape to a world most golfers only dream about. Every hole has been crafted to preserve the features and hazards of each original design, as well as the rich history of victory and defeat. Our first-class facilities and services enhance your experience, while our three nine-hole courses consistently boast tournament-quality conditions.
- To play the courses which inspired World Tour Golf Links, you’d have to travel nearly 20,000 miles, through six times zones and five different countries.
- Of the courses that inspired World Tour, 16 are so exclusive that the average golfer would not be able to play them at any price.
- Greens fees for just one round at each of the six public courses featured at World Tour would total more than $1,000 – not including airfare and lodging.
- Six different countries with four different languages (English, French, Scottish and Spanish) inspired the holes at World Tour.
- The circular drive outside World Tour’s 25,000 square foot antebellum clubhouse flies the flags of our six represented countries – Australia, Canada, England, Scotland, Spain and the United States – and 10 states: California, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
- Over one million cubic yards of dirt were moved to authentically recreate the features and hazards of the 27 holes included on the World Tour.
- During initial research for World Tour, owner Mel Graham traveled thousands of miles to visit each hole on a 150-hole “short-list” of potential layouts.
- There are more than 2,000 azaleas planted around the four holes inspired by Augusta National.
- Of the U.S. states represented at World Tour, Florida is the top “repeat contributor”. Bayhill, Doral, Jupiter Hills, TPC Sawgrass, and Seminole all made the World Tour cut.
- For “Most Holes Inspired by a Single Course”, the title goes to Augusta National. Augusta’s 11th, 12th, and 13th (the trio that comprises the legendary “Amen Corner”) are on the Championship Nine; #16 is on the Open Nine.
- Outside the United States, the United Kingdom is home to the most World Tour-inspiring courses with Royal Troon and St. Andrews in Scotland and Wentworth in England.