Come take a look at Myrtle Beach’s most famous hole, No. 13 at Dunes Golf & Beach Club, otherwise known as “Waterloo,” a 90-degree dogleg right that plays around Lake Singleton.

There are 5 Golf Holes in Myrtle Beach that are considered the most controversial out of over 1,500 holes in the Myrtle Beach area.  The 13th has been ranked among the 100 best holes in golf.  Often you will find alligators near the waters edge.  What makes the 13th discussion worthy is the decision players have to make off the tee. The 13th plays 520 yards from the white tees but driver often isn’t the proper play. Players want to be as close to the water as possible off the tee, setting them up to cut as much of the lake as possible on their second shot. What club to hit and how close you try to get to Lake Singleton are decisions that could swing a round, and golfers will endlessly debate the decision.

U.S. Women’s Amateur Four Ball claims that “Waterloo is scary,  but it doesn’t have to be a battle.”

Dunes Club 13th Hole



Should you care to put your skills to the test on this hole…

Contact:  Tom, Billy, Wren or Tracy