The last few months have been good ones for Rickie Fowler, highlight by wins at the Players Championship and the Scottish Open. Fowler's roll continued at the first round of the Quicken Loans National when he aced his final hole of the day!
For Golf Channel stars Charlie Rymer and Kelly Tilghman, assisting the First Tee and returning to a corner of the golf universe they grew up playing never gets old.
Carolina National, a 27-hole facility located on the northern edge of the Myrtle Beach golf scene, is one of the Grand Strand’s quiet stars. Designed by former Masters Champion Fred Couples, Carolina National plays along the Lockwood Folly, delivering the coastal visuals land-locked golfers dream about.
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Golfers from 16 states teed off in inaugural Calabash Cup teed off at Thistle. Enjoy a look at the day's activities.
The Open Championship last week, the Calabash Cup this week! The inaugural Calabash Cup will bare no resemblance to game’s oldest championship, but for the two-man teams making the trek to Myrtle Beach for the 54-hole event, it’s a coveted opportunity to compete against players from across the country.
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One of Myrtle Beach’s most scenic courses is getting a new look on its greens this summer. Rivers Edge, an Arnold Palmer design that has been ranked among “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses,” is installing new Sunday Bermudagrass greens. The course will be closed through the end of August for the installation of the new putting surfaces.
Classic Swing Golf School’s Ted Frick provides a tip that will help your game in the long and short term. Hint: Everyone, regardless of skill level, can do it and the benefits extend off the course, too.
Beginning July 31st, new seasonal flight service from Charlotte Douglas International Airport (Charlotte, NC – CLT) to Myrtle Beach International Airport (Myrtle Beach, SC – MYR) will be offered through regional air carrier ViaAir.
Carolina National is the only Freddie Couples design along the Myrtle Beach golf scene, and it's a beauty. The 27-hole facility, home of the Egret, Heron and Ibis nines, plays along the Lockwood Folly River. Enjoy a look at this underrated gem.
The eyes of the golf world have turned across the pond for the British Open (or Open Championship as the rest of the world calls it) and St. Andrews, the game’s ancestral home.
Myrtle Beach enjoys its own connection to the Open Championship in that four former champions have designed courses in golf’s favorite destination.
Dustin Johnson narrowly missed winning his first major championship last month at the U.S. Open, agonizingly missing a Monday playoff by one stroke after a 72nd hole three-putt. But DJ, a nine-time winner on the PGA Tour and Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday’s official spokesman, has proven resilient. The 144th Open Championship will be played at St. Andrews, and the world’s most famous links course sets up well for the long-hitting Johnson.
Everyone loves new but Myrtle Beach’s oldest golf courses paved the way for the area’s emergence as the game’s best and most popular destination. Here are three of the Myrtle Beach golf courses that allow public play that started it all, beginning with the area’s elder statesman.
The second annual Myrtle Beach Fall Classic, a 72-hole, two-person team event, will once again be highlighted by an all-star golf course lineup. The tournament, which is now accepting entries, will be played November 16-19 and seven of the 14 host courses have been ranked among America’s top 100 public courses in recent years.
There have been lower scores than the 57 Virginian Patrick Wills recently recorded, but probably none any wilder. Wills is a very good golfer – a +4 – but what he did almost defies belief.
Superstition dictates that 13 is an unlucky number, but that’s certainly not the case if you are on a Myrtle Beach golf trip. Several of the Grand Strand’s most famed holes are No. 13s and here are three of the best.
The U.S. Open was played on a links style course, and the eyes of the golf world will soon turn to the British Open, which will be played on the game’s most revered links-land, St. Andrews.
Putting is the most maddening part of golf. You can cover 400 yards in two shots and if you fail to navigate the last 25 feet in two strokes or less, the hole can feel like a disaster.
We're proud to join Ernie Els in the fight against Autism by offering this amazing gift box just in time for Father's Day!
American Pharoah has nothing on Myrtle Beach.
Golf.com, the game’s most popular website, polled more than 6,000 players as part of its first ever Reader’s Choice Awards, and those players made a resounding statement: Myrtle Beach is golf’s best and most popular trip. Myrtle Beach was voted Favorite Destination, Favorite Destination for Value and Favorite Destination for Buddies Trips.
Myrtle Beach’s favorite son, Dustin Johnson, is playing some of the best golf of his career. The South Carolina native is No. 7 in the Official World Golf Rankings, and in 12 PGA Tour events in 2015 he has one win, 6 top 10s and 8 top 25 finishes. With the U.S. Open upon us, we sat down with DJ to discuss the year’s second major and, of course, Myrtle Beach.
Struggling with your game? Your problem could be as simple as an improper grip, and Classic Swing Golf School's Ted Frick will show you how to make sure the first step you take in building a good swing is the right one.
Myrtle Beach is golf’s most popular destination, and the quality and value of the area’s courses are at the top of the reasons why. Here are five courses that will have you dreaming of your next golf trip.
Parkland is the youngest of the three courses at Legends Resort and it’s also the most traditional, American-style design, hence the name. With its tree-lined fairways and deep bunkers, Parkland offers a substantial challenge, and we asked head pro Matt Biddington to name the course’s three best holes. Biddington’s answers – a stern par 3, a short par 4 and a long par 5 - are a testament to the diversity of the layout’s offerings. No. 9, 340-yard,