One of golf’s fastest rising personalities, who is also an aspiring LPGA professional, will be appearing at this year’s Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship.
The 34th annual Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship is rolling out a new app that will, among other event-enhancing features, allow players to participate in live scoring in all tournament rounds.
If you aren’t in the path of Monday’s complete solar eclipse, we will take you there.
Burning Ridge Golf Club opened in 1980, just before the Myrtle Beach golf boom began in earnest. The East Course watched the area grow up around it on Highway 501, the primary artery into the area.
Arrowhead Country Club enjoys a convenient location, is one of a handful of courses to play along the Intracoastal Waterway, and it's always in outstanding condition. Enjoy a look at the Raymond Floyd design.
There isn’t just one component of the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Championship that makes the event special, but at the heart of the event’s appeal are its players.
There is no secret behind the magic of the Mystical Golf Package offered by MyrtleBeachGolfPackages.com.
Built around a 107-acre lake, Man O’ War Golf Club is a one-of-a-kind course. Water comes into play on all 18 holes of the Dan Maples design, and Man O’ War is the only layout in North America with back-to-back island greens.
When people think of Myrtle Beach, they think, naturally, of South Carolina, but a vital part of the Grand Strand golf scene lies just across the state line in Brunswick County, N.C.
Pawleys Island is renowned for the quality of its restaurants. Perrone’s, Bistro 217 and Frank’s, all located on Ocean Highway, have well deserved reputations that place them among the Grand Strand’s finest eateries.
Legends Resort is one of America’s most popular facilities, and part of the Scottish-inspired property’s appeal lies in its commitment to exceeding golfer expectations.
A three-night, four-round golf trip is Myrtle Beach’s most popular in terms of duration and amount of play. Within that framework the options are almost endless, but there is one package that meets the needs of nearly every group.
Myrtlewood Golf Club enjoys a prime location in the heart of Myrtle Beach, just minutes from some of the area’s best restaurants, nightlife and oceanfront accommodations, including Bay View Resort.
The Myrtle Beach golf scene is home to nearly 1,800 holes and standing out amongst the game’s greatest collection of quality courses isn’t easy, but here is a ranking of the five greatest, most epic holes the Grand Strand has to offer.
Excitement is building for the 34th annual Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship, golf’s largest and most inclusive event, and players still have ample time to enter one of the game’s bucket list events.
Golf Channel personalities Charlie Rymer and Kelly Tilghman returned to area for the fifth annual Future Generations Golf Tournament at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and delivered an emotional message to kids participating in the First Tee event.
Farmstead Golf Links straddles the North Carolina-South Carolina border, tucked away just off Highway 17, occasionally escaping the notice of traveling golfers but never locals.
The British Open is upon us and in addition to the joys of watching major championship golf in the morning, the Open sparks a desire in all of us to play the type of seaside links courses that gave birth to the game.
The eyes of the golf have turned across the pond for the British Open (or the Open Championship as the rest of the world calls it) and Royal Birkdale. Myrtle Beach enjoys its own connection to the Open Championship in that four former champions have designed courses in golf’s favorite destination.
Possum Trot Golf Club is home to one of the game’s most unique names, but an unforgettable moniker isn’t what brings people back to the course 49 years after its opening.
The Glens Group courses have long been favorites among Myrtle Beach golfers, in no small part due the variety and creativity of the challenges they offer.
Sea Trail Resort is home to three courses designed by Willard Byrd, Dan Maples and Rees Jones, and it’s the leading stay-and-play resort on the North Strand.
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