Honors Package from Marina Inn is the Ultimate Myrtle Beach Golf Trip

October 31, 2017

Tidewater can be played as part of the Honors PackageThe deal, which includes seven rounds of golf and accommodations at the Marina Inn is among the best in all of golf for groups in search of a premium experience on and off the course. 

So what does the Honors Package include?

  • Accommodations at Marina Inn, a 4-Diamond property that is one of coastal South Carolina’s best. Overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway, Marina Inn features three on-site restaurants – WaterScapes, Anchor Café and Ruth’s Chris Steak House – and a commitment to customer service that will rival any in the state. 
  • Seven rounds of golf at courses that have been ranked among the nation’s top 100 public layouts. Your golf course options include Grande Dunes, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, the Fazio, Love and Dye courses at Barefoot Resort, True Blue, Tidewater and Dunes Golf & Beach
  • Full breakfast each morning at WaterScapes in the Marina Inn. 
  • Daily lunch at the golf course.
  • Two dinners at WaterScapes, a 4.5-star restaurant, according to 328 TripAdvisor.com reviewers



The package starts at $1,195, delivering tremendous value for groups that want a package that rivals any in golf for the quality and diversity of its offerings. 

The Dunes Club is Myrtle Beach’s most revered course and a consensus top 100 layout. The Robert Trent Jones Sr. course is home to Alligator Alley, one of the great stretches in all of golf. 

Caledonia, another consensus top 100 track, was Mike Strantz’ first solo design and continues to enchant golfers with a design that is equal parts art and architecture. 

The Grande Dunes Resort Course features five holes that play along the Intracoastal Waterway, highlighted by the par 3 14th, one of the area’s best one-shotters. An elevated tee box plays to a green overlooking the waterway, creating an exhilarating view and challenge. 

The Fazio Course at Barefoot hosted the championship match of the hit Golf Channel show Big Break Myrtle Beach and is one of the area’s best and sternest tests of golf. 

Barefoot’s Love Course is renowned for its playability and a three-hole stretch on the front nine built around the faux ruins of an old plantation home. The short, par 4 fourth is one of Myrtle Beach’s most photographed holes. 

The Dye Course, the long-time host of the Hootie & The Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am, is a classic Pete Dye design, complete with the railroad ties, waste bunkers and the visual intimidation he is renowned for. 

Tidewater Golf Club, which has eight holes that play along Cherry Grove or the Intracoastal Waterway, can make a strong case for being Myrtle Beach’s most scenic golf course. The 3rd and 12th holes are stunning par 3s that play along the marshy waters of Cherry Grove.

Everything at True Blue is big, including the fairways, greens and most of all the fun. The Strantz design provides stunning visuals, which combined with a creative layout, have led Golf Magazine and Golf Channel’s Matt Ginella to rank True Blue among America’s top 100 public courses. 

If you want an unforgettable golf experience, the Honors Package is one you need to check out.