It's time to start thinking about your next golf trip, and if you needed any motivation to travel, here at the top 5 reasons to take a spring Myrtle Beach golf trip!
Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday spokesman and PGA Tour superstar Dustin Johnson was in town playing golf with our lucky sweepstakes winners.
The second annual Myrtle Beach Fall Classic is in the books, and we had another outstanding year.
The second annual Myrtle Beach Fall Classic has attracted an international field to enjoy some of Myrtle Beach's best golf courses in a competitive environment.
Day Two of the Myrtle Beach Fall Classic is in the books and another stunning Fall day was the star.
The opening round of the Myrtle Beach Fall Classic teed off this morning, and the tournament participants enjoyed sunny skies and idyllic fall temperatures. More than 300 golfers from 30 states, Bermuda, Italy and Canada are in town for the 72-hole event, which will feature a different format of play each day.
Sure, Myrtle Beach is America’s most popular destination based on the depth and quality of our golf courses and, of course, the the good times the area provides off the course.
More than the name has changed at the General James Hackler Course at Coastal Carolina (formerly known as Quail Creek). With new greens and 60 fewer bunkers, the layout received a facelift over the summer. The routing of the course remains much the same, but architect Craig Schreiner made substantive changes to a few holes. We asked head pro Chuck Johns for his insight into the course’s three best holes and he provided an insider’s account of the golf vacation favorite. No.
The second annual Myrtle Beach Fall Classic, complete with a star-studded golf course lineup and growing field, is poised to tee off.
Golf isn’t an easy game under any circumstances, but some Myrtle Beach golf courses give us high handicappers a better chance to score than others.
Founders Group International, the Dustin Johnson Golf School and Myrtle Beach Beach Golf Holiday announce the inaugural Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship, a 54-hole tournament that will be played February 13-15 at TPC Myrtle Beach.
We spend much of our time introducing you to Myrtle Beach golf courses, but now meet the people who spend hours putting your trip together - golf directors.
Christmas is drawing near and many of you will be looking for an excuse to get a new driver for your next Myrtle Beach golf trip. Buying the hot new model might be a costly proposition, but last year’s “outdated” club can save money and improve performance off the tee, which leads us to the Callaway’s latest incarnations of the Big Bertha.
Run with the Big Cats this month and play Panther’s Run for just $49!
Tidewater Golf Plantation is not only one of the best and most scenic golf courses in Myrtle Beach, but it’s also more accessible than ever for fall. With shoulder-season pricing available, more people than ever are teeing it up at Tidewater.
Walking out of the double doors onto the Tiger’s Eye clubhouse deck, a panoramic shot of the course comes into focus. The view of the 9th and 18th greens, the 10th fairway and a large lake offer a stunning peak at the Tim Cate design.
Grande Shores Ocean Resort is located in the heart of Myrtle Beach with a breathtaking oceanfront backdrop. Grande Shores is one of the most cherished oceanfront hotels in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
You can play Tiger's Eye from just $110 this fall and as low as $69 this winter.
The days are getting shorter and Old Man Winter is preparing to descend on our friends in the north, ushering in the part of year we refer to as “Golf Trip Planning Season” here in Myrtle Beach.
The witching season is upon us, making it a perfect time to take a look at the 18 scariest Myrtle Beach golf holes. In honor of the recent Halloween, here are holes that have the ability to make you feel like you’ve seen a ghost.
Prestwick Country Club has long been regarded as one of the most underrated Myrtle Beach golf courses, and that is understandable, given that it has been semi-private facility since its 1989 opening.
Sunshine Tour golfer Jacques Kruyswijk hit what might be the most painful shot in golf history. Watch as Kruyswijk tries to hit a a ball from behind a tree only to have it ricochet and hit him in the, ahem, nether regions.
Play Wild Wing Avocet for just $50 this fall!
Are you looking to play some of the best golf courses in Myrtle Beach? Look no further than Barefoot Golf Vacations for the Barefoot Golf Experience! Play the courses where Golf Channels Big Break Myrtle Beach contestants competed!
A Myrtle Beach golf trip is always an enjoyable escape and time spent with friends is at the heart of the fun, but make no mistake, in any group there is the potential for people to rub each other the wrong way.