Wild Wing Plantation flies (pardon the bad pun) under the radar. The 4-star facility is home to 27 holes and delivers an outstanding round of golf, highlighted by the Larry Nelson-designed Avocet Course.
If your group comes to Myrtle Beach for a golf trip, and the boys (or girls) look to you for a happy hour recommendation, where do you take them?
Pine Lakes head pro Jonathan Brock heard the questions all the time: What happened to the kilts starters used to wear? Why don’t you serve mimosas anymore? Where are the knickers?
In this installment of the Golf Instruction Zone, Dustin Johnson Golf School Director of Instruction Allen Terrell identifies the two “tilts” of the golf swing – how they relate to one another, and how effectively managing that relationship will add distance to your swing.
At the heart of Myrtle Beach’s appeal has long been the quality and quantity of the area’s golf course offerings, and few packages better showcase that diversity than the PGA 4 deal offered by the DoubleTree Resort by Hilton.
Eagle Nest Golf Club has long touted itself as the home of Myrtle Beach’s three toughest closing holes, but this classic Gene Hamm design has always been much more than a daunting finish.
Crow Creek Golf Club, one of the Grand Strand’s quiet stars, has reopened after a summer greens renovation project.
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 Halloween, here are holes that have the ability to make you feel like you’ve seen a ghost.
Barefoot Resort is one of the premier properties in South Carolina, and if you want to play its quartet of courses, we’d certainly recommend going straight to the source.
Barefoot Resort, home to four courses designed by some of golf’s biggest names, is one of Myrtle Beach’s anchor properties, attracting players from across the country in search of a premium experience.
Ted Frick, owner and director of instruction at the Classic Swing Golf School at Legends Resort in Myrtle Beach, S.C., offers up three quick drills you can try on the practice range to help with balance, dynamic weight shift and lateral weight shift, respectively.
We are your eyes and ears on the ground in Myrtle Beach, so take my word for it: you want to play Arcadian Shores Golf Club on your next trip the area.
The fourth annual Myrtle Beach Fall Classic, a staple of the Grand Strand’s autumn calendar, has already attracted a sold-out field of 336 players. The 72-hole, two-man team event, which will be played November 12-16, will bring golfers from 38 states and three countries to an event that will be played on 12 of Myrtle Beach’s best golf courses.
Grande Dunes is arguably the most ambitious project in Myrtle Beach history, bringing premium real estate, acclaimed golf courses, fine dining, and a Marriott Resort & Spa to the area.
Grande Dunes Resort Course isn’t “just” an outstanding Myrtle Beach golf course. The Roger Rulewich design has been ranked among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses by Golf Digest and it is, by consensus, one of the golf-rich Palmetto State’s finest layouts.
Golfers are again on the hunt at Tiger’s Eye, one of the Myrtle Beach area’s premier courses.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and for the 10th consecutive year, Angela Nicholson helped jump-start the effort to defeat a virus that impacts 1 in 8 U.S. women.
In this installment of the Golf Instruction Zone, Steve Dresser of the renowned Steve Dresser Golf Academy in Pawleys Island, South Carolina demonstrates a drill that will help reinforce the proper swing path for hitting your driver effectively.
Paradise Resort has earned its name. The oceanfront property has nearly 2,000 reviews on TripAdvisor.com and 1,600 of them are 4- or 5-star evaluations.
The Moorland Course at Legends Resort is, arguably, the property’s signature layout. A P.B. Dye design, Moorland is by reputation among the most difficult courses in Myrtle Beach, and Golf Digest once ranked it one the America’s 50 hardest layouts.
The First Tee of The Grand Strand is dedicated to growing the game of golf and instilling the organization’s nine core values into young players. While those values are great, fun is what attracts kids to the game and the TFTTGS delivered on that account with an instructional clinic that also showcased some extraordinary golf skills.
On a picturesque day, Meadowlands Golf Club celebrated its 20th anniversary with an outing that attracted a full field and showcased the course at its best.
Golf is, by its very nature, a difficult game, but the challenge of besting our own “personal par,” whatever that might be, is part of the fun. What can make the quest even more enjoyable is playing a very good Myrtle Beach golf course that presents an opportunity to score.
It’s going to be a fun weekend in Pawleys Island!
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