The Hootie & The Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am will again shine a spotlight on Myrtle Beach, bringing a pair of nationally syndicated radio programs and a star-studded field to the area.
The Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship, golf’s most inclusive event, never stops looking for ways to bring more people into the tournament, and this year that means the addition of three new divisions.
Myrtle Beach golf aficionados are familiar with Heather Glen, a 27-hole facility in Little River that is one of the area’s best. The Willard Byrd/Clyde Johnston co-creation is a Scottish inspired design that brings players back year after year.
Booking a golf package is a personal experience. A group leader has responsibility for planning and booking a trip for a group of people, and, as a result, your golf packager isn’t just a random person on the other end of a phone or email conversation.
The Hootie & the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am always attracts a star-studded field and the 2017 event, which will be played April 10 on Barefoot Resort’s Dye Course will be no different.
Power is what the modern game is built on, and we all want more of it. In this installment of the Golf Instruction Zone, Classic Swing Golf School’s Ted Frick tells you how to hit the ball harder and further in three easy steps.
Golfers from 27 states converged on the Grand Strand recently to compete in the March Championship, a 54-hole competition held March 4-7, 2017 on six Myrtle Beach-area courses.
If you are looking for an extended trip this spring, the Waccamaw Golf Trail Week Retreat stay and play package will be hard to beat.
Ask any local for his or her ranking of the 10 best Myrtle Beach golf courses, and Heritage Club will invariably make the list.
The third annual Myrtle Beach March Championship is in the books as golfers from 27 states experienced outstanding weather and some of Myrtle Beach's best golf courses. Enjoy a photo gallery of the event's final day on and off the course.
The trees are starting bloom and the thermometer is consistently pushing 70 here in Myrtle Beach, which means it’s time to mark a couple vital dates on your calendar.
The third annual March Championship is being played at six Myrtle Beach golf courses. With temperatures in the mid-60s, conditions were pleasant for the 185 participants from 27 states. Enjoy a photo gallery from Round 2 action at Founders Club and True Blue Golf Club.
Sushi comes with enough options to satisfy most any palette, and with choice has come popularity. The Japanese dish is available throughout the Grand Strand, but we are here to help you narrow the list. If you are looking for sushi, here are five restaurants that will please.
Myrtle Beach’s ever-expanding air service offerings continue to grow with the announcement of three new nonstop routes opening this spring.
There are a lot of factors that go into making Myrtle Beach golf’s most popular destination, but chief among them are the depth and quality of the area’s course offerings.
The second annual Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship is in the books and a pair of deserving champions were crowned. Trent Phillips, the No. 1 junior in South Carolina, won the boys title while Georgia's Skylar Thompson took over the girls title.
Trent Phillips and Skylar Thompson each led wire-to-wire en route to winning the second annual Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship at TPC Myrtle Beach.
Trent Phillips of Inman, S.C., and Skylar Thompson of Buford, Ga., will take leads into the final round of the Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship after a sunny but breezy second round produced plenty of drama.
Sunny skies and nearly 80-degree weather again greeted players in the second round of the Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship at TPC Myrtle Beach. Enjoy a photo gallery from the action on the course.
Trent Phillips of Inman, S.C., shot a 31 on the back nine en route to a 5-under par 67 at TPC Myrtle Beach to take the first round lead in the boys division at Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship Friday.
The second annual Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship is underway and the hit Golf Channel Show is on hand all weekend to cover the event. Enjoy some of the network's coverage from TPC Myrtle Beach.
Eighty-degree weather with nary a cloud in the sky? Check. Golf Channel broadcasting live? Check. The No. 1 ranked player in the world in attendance? Check.
Golf Channel’s popular Morning Drive Show will broadcast live from the second annual Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship on Friday and Saturday mornings. Charlie Rymer and Chantel McCabe, two of the network’s most popular personalities, will be at TPC Myrtle Beach for the event.