Myrtle Beach National, home of three Arnold Palmer-designed courses, is one of the Grand Strand’s signature facilities. All three layouts – King’s North, SouthCreek and West Course – are 4+ star designs, according to Golf Digest, but playability is an essential component of each.
The NCAA has announced that TPC Myrtle Beach, a Tom Fazio and Lanny Wadkins design that has been ranked among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses, will host a Division I Men’s Regional Golf Tournament May 12-15, 2019.
Pawleys Island is home to one of golf’s greatest course clusters – Links Magazine ranked it the 10th best island in golf – and there are few people who know the area better than the team at Myrtle Beach South Golf Vacations.
Willbrook Plantation Golf Club is surrounded by some of the best courses in America, but the Lowcountry beauty sits comfortably among its high-profile peers.
Waccamaw High School, led by Patrick Golden’s 3-under par 69, rallied from a 7-stroke deficit on the final day to win the Palmetto High School Golf Championship at True Blue Golf Club.
Myers Park High School of Charlotte, N.C., shot a team score of 287 at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club to take a seven-stroke lead after the first round of the Palmetto High School Golf Championship.
The first round of flight play of the Palmetto High School Golf Championship got underway on a beautiful Friday. Enjoy a taste of the action from Caledonia Golf & Fish Club.
Waccamaw High School, led by a sizzling 66 from Patrick Golden, shot an 8-under, 280, the best score in the qualifying round at the Palmetto High School Golf Championship, Thursday at True Blue Golf Club. Waccamaw will lead 12 teams into Championship Flight play as 36 holes of golf are left to determine the winner of the 19th annual event.
Getting to Myrtle Beach for a golf getaway this spring is getting easier by the day.
Twenty-eight teams from seven states are poised to begin play in the 19th annual Palmetto High School Golf Championship, which will be held April 13-15 in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Need someone to hit golf ball off a beer can with a cigarette in his mouth? John Daly, at the Hootie & the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am in Myrtle Beach, is your man.
The team led by Web.com Player Jimmy Gunn and NHL legend Grant Fuhr shot an 18-under par 54 to win the 23rd annual Hootie & the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am title at Barefoot Resort’s Dye Course Monday.
The 2017 Hootie & the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am is underway at Barefoot Resort's Dye Course. Enjoy a look at the action.
We traveled just across the North Carolina border for our Myrtle Beach Golf Hole of the Week and found a challenge with teeth – the 18th on Panther’s Run Golf Links at Ocean Ridge Plantation.
Ocean Ridge Plantation, home of the Big Cats, has long been one of the Myrtle Beach area’s most popular facilities, delivering quality golf in a bucolic setting.
The 23rd annual Hootie & the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am is upon us. The star-studded field will again include hall of famers, athletes, actors and musicians, who will be on hand to raise money for the Hootie Foundation, which benefits education in South Carolina and junior golf.
Caledonia, one of Myrtle Beach’s most popular and instantly recognizable courses, is in the golf package business as well, much to the delight of players looking for a top 100 experience.
True Blue is one of the area’s iconic layouts, allowing golfers to bomb away with the driver and challenging them on greens that are bigger than Dustin Johnson’s trophy room.
The 34th annual Myrtle Beach World Amateur Championship has started accepting entries.
The Open Doctor, as architect Rees Jones is known for his renovation work on U.S. Open courses, came to Brunswick County, North Carolina in the late 1980s, and the result was a design that remains one of the North Strand’s enduring layouts.
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Hurricane Matthew blew through the Grand Strand nearly six months ago and is but a distant memory.
The Hootie & The Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am will again shine a spotlight on Myrtle Beach, bringing a pair of nationally syndicated radio programs and a star-studded field to the area.
The Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship, golf’s most inclusive event, never stops looking for ways to bring more people into the tournament, and this year that means the addition of three new divisions.
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