Heron Point Golf Club

Myrtle Beach Golf at Heron Point Hole 18
Heron Point Golf Club, 6980 Blue Heron Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC, 29588
Tour 18 holes
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Tee Times

800-786-1671     843-650-6664

Green Fees Seasonal green fees range from $35 to $51 

General Policies

Proper golf attire such as collared shirts and non-metal (soft) spikes are recommended.


Clubhouse, full pro shop, rental clubs, grill room, locker room with showers


The practice complex includes a driving range, and a putting green. 

Statistics Rating/Slope

Par 72

Blue 6477 yards, 70.9/129,   White 6080 yards, 69.2/121,   Gold  5335 yards, 65.7/109,   Red 4734 yards, 69.2/121

Personnel William Currin, PGA Professional;   Butch Herman, General Manager;  Paul McCarthy , Course Supt.
Course Architect: Willard Byrd(1963)

Directions from Georgetown (S. of MB)

Take Highway 17 by-pass towards Myrtle Beach. Turn left on Highway 707. Travel 6.5 miles, then turn left on Bay Road. After 1/2 mile, the entrance to Heron Point Golf Club will be on your left.

Directions from I-95


Exit I-95 at SC 9, Dillon exit. Follow SC 9 to the intersection of Highway 301/501 East towards Myrtle Beach. In Latta follow signs for SC 501 S. to Myrtle Beach. Just after you've crossed the Intra-coastal Waterway, turn South onto Highway 17 by-pass, taking the 17 by-pass South past Myrtle Beach Airport.  After approximately 6 miles, turn left at Holmestown Rd. At the traffic light, turn right on 707, then in 1/2 mile turn left on Bay Road at traffic signal. After 1/2 mile on Bay Road, the entrance to Heron Point Golf Club will be on your left.




In January 2005, Heron Point was awarded the #1 rank from Golf Magazine as Myrtle Beach's "Best Bang for the Buck".

Heron Point Golf Club is located in the south Myrtle Beach Golf area of the Grand Strand in South Carolina just minutes from downtown and the airport. Heron Point Golf Club is an 18 hole Myrtle Beach golf resort which is open to the public 364 days a year.  The golf course winds through a beautiful Carolina Pine Forest and quaint beach neighborhoods. Golfers on vacation in the Myrtle Beach golf mecca often spot hawks, eagles, wild turkey, fox, deer and even alligators while playing the course.

Willard Byrd's design offers a challenging round. Plenty of water, bunkers and fairways more narrow than generous creates a shot maker's dream on this relatively short Myrtle Beach golf course.

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