The accommodating slope of the fairways, delineation of old growth pines, the ease of bent grass greens, and of course the hazards, offer the challenge to golfers of every level of play on the Palmetto course at Myrtlewood. The finishing hole is an especially satisfying play with the scenic Inter-coastal Waterway as an impressive backdrop. Myrtlewoods other course, Pine Hills, is a challenging track of land. One of Golf Digest's 1997 "Top Ten Courses" in Myrtle Beach, it is a culminating blend of superior Bermuda fairways and Penncross bentgrass greens with strategically placed hazards. The Palmetto course has been a Myrtle Beach favorite for more than 20 years. This classic design reflect the typical Lowcountry flavor and beckons to the more casual relaxed manner so symbolic of the South Carolina coast. The course's superbly maintained Bent greens will challenge any skill level. This is a course that has become a real favorite with returning golfers as it is consistently well kept. Views of the intercoastal waterway make the experience even that more dramatic.