Myrtle Beach Golf Events
What is golf without a little competition, right?
Myrtle Beach is the perfect place to hone your skills, jump in the mix, and fortify your legend!
From small, friendly tournaments to the World's largest amateur golf event where you can play like the pro's do, we've got plenty to choose from. So browse the list below, grab your golfing buddies, and come have some fun stacking your game up against other golfers.
More than 3,000 golfers, 72 holes of intense stroke play competition, an 18-hole championship playoff, nightly parties and entertainment. It may sound like the U.S. Open from qualifying to conclusion, but the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship is an event unlike any other.
Golfers from all 50 states and more than 20 foreign countries flock to Myrtle Beach, S.C., every year to participate in a tournament that provides the ultimate golf experience. The World Am allows everyone from scratch golfers to 30+ handicappers test their nerves and competitive resolve.
There's not much going on during the week before Thanksgiving (Nov. 27, 2014), and most golfers are putting their clubs into deep storage. Not here...and you can join us!
Introducing the Myrtle Beach Fall Classic!
Join us November 17-20 for what is not only a last chance to play golf for the year, but an unimaginably fantastic lineup of the best golf courses Myrtle Beach has to offer.
The Palmetto High School Golf Championship is a 54-hole, college-like tournament hosted in Myrtle Beach during the popular Easter break time frame. Now in its 17th year, the tournament hosts nearly 60 high school golf teams from nearly 25 states every year. Public and private schools welcome, and the event's unique qualifying format allows teams of any playing ability to compete.
Military Veterans, active Military personnel and their families from across the country come together in Myrtle Beach for fun, great golf and camaraderie. This 54-hole, two person team tournament, features a different format each day and is flighted based on the combined team handicap. Singles are always welcome and will be paired with other players by the event staff.
Like Hootie & the Blowfish, the Monday After the Masters enjoyed humble beginnings as a small get together among friends to raise money for junior golf.
And just like Hootie & the Blowfish, their golf tournament has evolved into one of the best Celebrity Pro-Ams in the country, generating millions of dollars for children’s education through the Hootie and the Blowfish Foundation and developing the South Carolina Junior Golf Association into the nation’s top program. You can get involved by participating as a pro-am competitor, or by purchasing tickets and experience all the fun this special rock 'n roll-filled day has to offer.
- DATE: Monday, April 14th, 2014 (The "Monday After the Masters!")
Join more than 1,000 firefighters from around the country for three-days of golf, food, drink, fun….and even a belly flop contest! The Alfred E. Ronaldson Spring Golf Classic started in Orange County, N.Y., in May 1992. It has since evolved and changed host locations to sunny Myrtle Beach, SC. If you are looking for a low stress, tons of fun, charity golf event, you don’t want to miss the Never Forget Memorial Golf Outing.