The North Strand layout is home to the longest hole on the Myrtle Beach golf scene – the 767-yard, par 6 18th. Farmstead’s closing hole is so long it can’t be contained by state lines! The 18th holes tees off in South Carolina and concludes in North Carolina, making it one of several occasions golfers cross between the Carolinas while playing the layout.
Farmstead’s 18th has also attracted national attention as “Golf Digest” named it one of the “Most 18 Fun Holes in America.” But Farmstead is much more than a one-hole wonder. Set on 480 acres, the links-style layout follows the lands natural contours. Fairways are framed by the area’s native grasses and pristine lakes, providing many memorable visuals and a course that allows golfers to use their creativity.
The Willard Byrd design plays more than 7,200 yards from the tips – one of five sets of tees – and it has very generous fairways, contributing to its reputation as a player friendly layout.