For many golfers, getting stuck in thick, Bermuda rough is a nightmare, but Classic Swing Golf School’s Ted Frick provides you with a simple tip to help you get up-and-down from greenside rough in this installment of the Golf Instruction Zone.
Defining the best of almost anything is a subjective act, but for groups looking for the best value offered on a Myrtle Beach golf trip, there is a strong case to be made for the East Coast Golf Package.
The last five years have been good ones for River Oaks Golf Plantation as a change in management brought new life to the 27-hole facility.
Everyone that plays in the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship dreams of playing in the Flight Winner’s Playoff, and this year that dream will again be fulfilled flight winners at Barefoot Resort’s Dye Course, which will host the World Championship Playoff for the fifth consecutive year.
In this installment of the Golf Instruction Zone, Steve Dresser of the renowned Steve Dresser Golf Academy in Pawleys Island, S.C. discusses the "hinge/unhinge" training method, and how it can help improve your balance, allow for a freer arm swing and reinforce a proper swing plane.
With more than hundreds and hundreds of courses in Texas, it might seem strange for someone to think about taking a golf trip elsewhere. But as many Texas golfers know, sitting across the country is Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, The Golf Capital of the World.
Sandpiper Bay is a former Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year and the 27-hole facility has long been renowned for its playability and conditioning, making it ideal for a golf trip itinerary.
Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday has always made growth of the game a priority, and the organization is doubling down on that commitment with the launch of the first Jam for Juniors concert on July 24 at House of Blues.
Don’t forget to pack golf clubs along with sunscreen and a surfboard as your family prepares for a summer vacation to Myrtle Beach. As much as we all love the beach, everyone needs the occasional respite from the sand and surf, and taking your kids to the golf course is the perfect outlet.
As the spring season draws to a close, a pair of Myrtle Beach golf courses are undergoing work that will have players clamoring for a tee time this fall.
River Hills Golf & Country Club, which was featured on the Golf Channel reality program “Chasing the Dream,” has long been regarded as one of the Myrtle Beach area’s best tests of golf.
How do a pair of Top 100 layouts, two locals’ favorites and a course designed by a man known as the “Open Doctor” sound as an itinerary for your next Myrtle Beach golf trip?
This is the 10th consecutive year that Odalis Torres and his friends from the Dominican Republic have chosen Myrtle Beach as their group golf getaway destination. See why they love the Grand Strand golf scene so much in this video!
The 18th annual Veterans Golf Classic is in the books, and the event's festivities were capped, as always, by the Wednesday night awards banquet. Enjoy a photo gallery the evening event.
The 18th annual Veterans Golf Classic teed off Monday, welcoming more than 300 golfers from 29 states to Myrtle Beach. The two-man teams feature at least one current or former member of the U.S. Military. Enjoy a Round 1 photo gallery from Wild Wing Avocet.
Claude Pardue, who owns the three Mystical courses, has long had an affinity for Scottish golf and wanted to bring a taste of the Olde Country to Myrtle Beach.
The 18th annual Veterans Golf Classic, which has attracted 332 players from 29 states, is poised to tee-off on nine outstanding Myrtle Beach golf courses.
Taylor Totland and Alice Chen played their first round of golf together at the age of 10 and came up through the junior ranks in New Jersey, playing alongside and against each other every step of the way before both matriculated to Furman University.
Whether you are planning a trip for next weekend, next month or next year, the Flex Stay & Play package from MyrtleBeachGolfTrips.com allows you to take advantage of the best pricing available, no matter the length of your visit.
If you’ve been on a Myrtle Beach golf trip, there is a decent chance you’ve driven by Indian Wells Golf Club, which is located just off Highway 17 in Garden City. You can see several holes from the road, and they always look inviting.
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