Mystical Golf | The Wizard
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Ultimate Golf Photo Tour: Mystical Golf

Mystical Golf | The Wizard
Since opening in 1989, Mystical Golf has established itself to have among the best courses and values in golf-loving Myrtle Beach, S.C. Its three courses — Man-O-War, The Witch and The Wizard — offer completely different and memorable experiences.

Mystical Golf’s lush conditions are a result of a substantial investment in overseeding with ryegrass, which, during the winter months, allows the courses to have a healthy green hue rather than the dormant brown often found during this period.

Pictured: The Wizard

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Mystical Golf | The Wizard — Clubhouse
Mystical Golf | Man-O-War
Man-O-War is revered for its back-to-back island greens and water features touching every hole. With a demanding 141 slope rating, the par-72, 6,967-yard layout is offset by straightforward shots and manicured bentgrass greens.

The par-3 15th hole was once named to Golf Magazine's 'Most Memorable Island Greens' list, along with the famous 17th at TPC Sawgrass, the 17th (Alcatraz) at PGA West's Stadium Course and the movable, floating 14th green at Coeur d’Alene Resort.

Mystical Golf‘s recent $750,000 renovation, which included rebuilding the 142 combined bunkers on the three courses, makes Man-O-War one of the most visually stunning courses in Myrtle Beach.

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Mystical Golf | The Witch
The Witch sits amid 500 acres of tranquil cypress groves and natural wetlands, and plays much different than the other two Dan Maples-designed courses. Tactical play is rewarded on the par-71, 6,702-yard layout that features 4,000 feet of bridges wending through swamps (front nine) and rolling hills (back nine). Along the way, golfers may catch glimpses of spy cranes, bald eagles, alligators and black bears. 

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Barefoot Landing | Waterfront
There is a reason Myrtle Beach is known as the Grand Strand. In addition to an endless number of golf options, there is no shortage for dining and nightlife.

Barefoot Landing, located in North Myrtle Beach, offers 15 different eateries, including Greg Norman’s Australian Grille, a popular fine-dining spot that serves seafood and steaks, and a full selection of wine, including the Shark’s own. On the southern end of the Strand is Murrells Inlet MarshWalk, a half-mile stretch of seven dining and entertainment establishments located on the inlet's waterfront.

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