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.
Nestled along the Atlantic Ocean, the Marriott Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes enjoys a degree of seclusion and is home to four bars and restaurants on-site, in addition to Hibiscus Spa. But it’s golf you care about, and the Marriott has a fall package – the Myrtle Beach Golf Experience – that is as good as any at the beach.
Anyone that books at least a two-night stay at Marriot Resort & Spa will receive a $200 golf credit that is good for use at Pine Lakes, Grande Dunes Golf Club and the Palmetto and PineHills courses at Myrtlewood. The hotel concierge will be happy to assist in booking golf and the $200 credit could net three rounds depending on what time of day and which combination of courses you want to play.
Pine Lakes, which is celebrating its 90th birthday this year, was Myrtle Beach’s first course and continues to deliver an experience that combines the area’s rich history with a quality round of golf.
Grande Dunes has been ranked among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses and it certainly delivers a memorable round, highlighted by the 15th hole, a par 4 that plays along the Intracoastal Waterway. The Roger Rulewich design is the type of layout that can serve as the centerpiece of your trip.
Myrtlewood enjoys one of area’s most central locations – 48th Ave. North in Myrtle Beach – and a pair of designs that deliver outstanding conditions and playability. PineHills and Palmetto are two of Myrtle Beach’s most popular courses and it will be easy for your golf group to see why.
If your group values luxury accommodations overlooking the water, a convenient location, and golf that delivers quality and value, the Myrtle Beach Golf Experience from the Marriott Resort & Spa needs to be on your shortlist.