Want a mix of the "Best of the Beach?" Look no further, The bases are loaded for this grand slam pacakge!
In 1998, Aaron Thomas, still young and looking for his next step in life, had a passion for golf and figured where better to go than Myrtle Beach?
Golf lost an icon with the passing of Arnold Palmer, the game's first crossover star. Palmer raised the sport's profile in a way a few ever have, as his natural charisma and swashbuckling style of play appealed to the masses.
The knowledgeable and experienced staff at Coastal Golfaway is committed to making you look like a genius when you book your next golf trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina!
The sixth annual Golfweek Program Challenge, a collegiate event that attracted 32 teams from across the nation, was played at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club, two of America’s top 100 public courses. At the conclusion of the 54 hole event, coaches, players and event organizers reflected on the host courses.
Legends Resort is renowned for offering one of the best Myrtle Beach golf packages, but what lies at the heart of the facility’s value isn’t merely cost, it’s quality.
You can play Tiger's Eye from just $110 this fall and as low as $69 this winter.
Developer Edward Burroughs and Kelly Tilghman, a trailblazer for women in golf media, were inducted into the Myrtle Beach Golf Hall of Fame at a ceremony at Pine Lakes Country Club.
Sometimes being just off the green can feel so far away when the lie is tight and the hole is cut on the short side.
Summer time is coming to an end, and the fall golf season is right around the corner! The month of September includes the first day of fall, and some great weather in Myrtle Beach. For many kids it’s the start of a new school year, which means the beach is a little less crowded – a perfect time to take a golf trip and take advantage of these Myrtle Beach golf packages.
Look no further than Myrtle Beach Golf Directors for the Legends Resort stay and play spring golf vacation package - Three Rounds & Three Nights starting at just $391 this spring!
The story of the 2016 Golfweek Program Challenge, a 54-hole collegiate Myrtle Beach golf event played at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and True Blue Golf Club, was one of returning dominance, sweet redemption, and a young program on the rise.
Enjoy staying and waking up with the view of the Atlantic Ocean? The accommodations at the Compass Cove Resort are designed with you in mind. All units are tastefully decorated with the comforts of home and you can choose a variety of sizes and layouts.
The 16th at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club is one of the top 100 course's best and most challenging holes. Come along as head pro Marc Guertin shows you how best to play the dramatic par 4.
Caledonia Golf Vacations shares a name with one of the Myrtle Beach area's most popular golf courses and offers industry leading Myrtle Beach golf packages at Caledonia and True Blue, two of America’s top 100 public courses.
When a Myrtle Beach golf course is ranked among America’s top 100 public layouts by Golf Magazine (No. 26), Golf Digest (No. 73) and Golf Channel’s Matt Ginella (No. 14), living up to expectations can be challenging.
Golfweek’s fifth annual Program Challenge is bringing 16 men’s and women’s golf teams to Myrtle Beach for the unique Myrtle Beach golf collegiate event, which will be played Sept. 10-13 at True Blue Golf Club and Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, two of America’s top 100 public courses.
The Myrtle Beach 9-11 Unity Memorial will hold its annual remembrance ceremony on Thursday, September 8 at 7:00 p.m. on the 29th Avenue side of Broadway at the Beach.
Barefoot Resort's general manager, Dave Genevro, tells you how to play his a favorite par 4 on the Love Course, the 16th hole, which features a split fairway.
The opening of Barefoot Resort was arguably the most highly anticipated in Myrtle Beach golf history. The 72-hole facility contracted with Pete Dye, Tom Fazio, Greg Norman and Davis Love III to design namesake courses.
Heavy rain from Tropical Storm Hermine forced the cancellation of the Flight Winner’s Playoff at the 33rd annual Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship on Friday.
The final full day of the 2016 Myrtle Beach World Am has come and gone. Enjoy a photo gallery from action on and off the course.