River Hills Golf Club

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River Hills Golf Club is located in the historic seaside village of Little River, South Carolina, near North Myrtle Beach. Designed by Tom Jackson, the golf course offers magnificent 18-holes with fairways that meander through a picturesque, heavily wooden terrain. River Hill’s rolling hills, unusual for a coastal course, are this layout’s signature.

In lauding its gently rolling hills as the best feature of the historic seaside village of Little River, South Carolina, WorldGolf.com notes that “River Hills Golf & Country Club takes full advantage of this undulating terrain that’s such a coveted commodity along the Carolina coastline.”

“This is a great course with a fun layout,” wrote one recent reviewer at the Myrtle Beach Golf Insider. “Challenging for the low handicapper, and rewarding for the higher from the right tees. A must-play in the area.”

Find out why locals and visitors alike give River Hills such glowing praise – it’s the unbeatable combination of service, course conditions and value, in a gracious setting of natural beauty and Southern charm.

“Great layout, lots of water, staff was very nice. Great experience would love to do it again” – James North Carolina


“Nice course, well maintained. Lots of dog legs mostly to the left. Some narrow fairways are lined with homes, a slight miscue and you’re ball is in their yard or worse, hitting their house. And with water near some of the greens, be sure to have extra golf balls. I appreciated the course layout/yardage card. Can’t wait to play it again!” – Denny Maryland

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