Myrtle Beach Golf
OK, no more warnings:
2015 is HERE!
That means if you're planning on taking a Myrtle Beach golf vacation this Spring,
the time to plan is NOW!
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Big Break Myrtle Beach
Golf Channel's Big Break Myrtle Beach has been completed, and we have a new champion. Some were revered, some were reviled, but every contestant did a great job, and we were honored to have them in Myrtle Beach.
Meet the Big Break Myrtle Beach Champion
Why Not Golf Myrtle Beach?
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is the "Golf Capital of the World," but if you've never been (Why not?!), you might wonder - is it really that much better than competing destinations? The simple answer is yes, and the reasons are many.
Even beyond the number of great golf courses - Golf Digest has ranked 13 area layouts among the nation's 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses and 51 have earned 4 stars or more - what makes a Myrtle Beach golf vacation the game's most popular are the diversity of its offerings.
A Myrtle Beach golf trip offers value for every level of player. Whether you want to play the best courses in America or you and 11 friends are looking for a value trip, we have what you are looking for. We haven't even started talking about the beach and Myrtle Beach's famed nightlife!
Myrtle Beach Wins Best Golf Destination
Thank you to all who voted for Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for "Best Golf Destination" in the readers poll from USA Today and 10Best.com! We're honored to continue our tradition of providing the best golf vacation possible.
The Golf Package
After your group has made the smart decision to take your next golf vacation to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, it's time to start designing your "golf package" (tee times + accommodations booked in one transaction).
With more than 100 courses to choose from, your beach golf vacation will offer a plethora of options. So how do you start planning a Myrtle Beach golf trip?
The first thing every smart group leader does is find a golf package provider who will help decide the best course of action for his or her group. With a few simple questions and the golf and lodging knowledge of our expert golf directors, it won't take long to craft a beach golf vacation that your group will be talking about long after they've returned home.
If you're ready to get started now, and you're the kind of person who likes options, try Quick Quotes to get either five or ten free, no-obligation quotes based on your own golf vacation dates, golfers, and preferences.
5 Ideas Guaranteed to Improve Pace of Play
Part of golf’s appeal is the opportunity to spend uninterrupted time outside, enjoying nature, the course and the company of friends.
But when 4 ½ hours of playing turns into 5, we all tend to get a little impatient, because for the vast majority of us, a faster game equates to a better game.
With that in mind, here are five sometimes unconventional ways to improve pace of play.
1. This isn’t an original thought, but charge players by the hour. If a course wants $50 for 18 holes and expects the average pace to be 4 ½ hours, that’s approximately $11 per hour. Increase that price by $1 per hour for every 15 mi .... read more >
Is Myrtle Beach Really Golf’s Best Destination?
You’ve heard the monikers: Myrtle Beach is the GolfTown, USA, the Golf Capital of the World, or Where America Goes to Play.
Instead of asking y .... more >
How to Properly Celebrate a Hole in One (and How Not to!)
The odds of making a hole in one are 1 in 12,000 or once every 3,000 rounds, which is more than most of us play in a lifetime.
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Ho, Ho, Ho! Bubbaclaus Releases his Debut Single
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Carolinas PGA Section Honors Head Pros at True Blue, Caledonia
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