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Kids Play Free In Myrtle Beach

June 30, 2009 by Chris King

Myrtle Beach is the home of public golf in America, and the area's hospitality extends to even the youngest of golfers. The Grand Strand has 46 courses, including some of the nation's best, that allow junior golfers (kids 16 and under) to play for free when accompanied by a paying adult. Several other facilities permit Juniors to play for free during the summer and at deeply discounted prices the rest of the year, allowing Myrtle Beach to do its part to help ensure the future

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Myrtle Beach is the home of public golf in America, and the area's hospitality extends to even the youngest of golfers. The Grand Strand has 46 courses, including some of the nation's best, that allow junior golfers (kids 16 and under) to play for free when accompanied by a paying adult. Several other facilities permit Juniors to play for free during the summer and at deeply discounted prices the rest of the year, allowing Myrtle Beach to do its part to help ensure the future growth of the game.

The following courses allow juniors to play free:

Aberdeen Arrowhead
Beachwood (afternoon) Black Bear
Blackmoor Burning Ridge Crown Park
Farmstead Founders Club Glen Dornoch
Grande Dunes Heather Glen Heron Point
Indian Wells Indigo Creek International Club
King’s North Leopard’s Chase Lion’s Paw
Litchfield Long Bay MBN – Southcreek
MBN – West Meadowlands Myrtlewood Palmetto and PineHills
Panther’s Run Pawleys Plantation Pearl East and West
Pine Lakes Possum Trot (afternoon) Prestwick (afternoon)
Quail Creek River Club River Hills
Rivers Edge Rivers Oaks Sandpiper Bay
Shaftesbury Tidewater Tiger’s Eye
Tradition Wachesaw East Waterway Hills
Wicked Stick Wild Wing Willbrook

 

 

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