Golf season is in full swing, pun intended. Golfers far and wide flock to Myrtle Beach each spring to take advantage of the sunny beach weather and wide variety of award winning courses that the Grand Strand offers. And, with almost 100 unique courses to choose from, it’s not hard to see why Myrtle Beach is such a popular destination! Additionally, there are plenty of other things to see and do while you are in town between tee times.
The first step to planning your Myrtle Beach vacation is choosing your courses. The options are endless and there are plenty of courses to meet any of your needs and wants. Choose from nationally renowned courses like Litchfield Plantation, Grand Dunes, Pawleys Plantation, Caledonia, True Blue, or The Players Club. Or, if you are looking for something a little more budget conscious, try affordable favorites like Wicked Stick, River Oaks, Burning Ridge, and Eagles Nest. Each course in unique in design and skill level, feel free to ask your reservations specialist for more information and recommendations on local courses.
Once you have a game plan in action, one must then book accommodations. The Myrtle Beach Resorts group offers three unique oceanfront properties that are all close to a wide array of Myrtle Beach golf courses. Holiday Inn Oceanfront is popular because of its location along the bustling Myrtle Beach boardwalk while Sea Crest and Coral Beach are situated along the south end of Myrtle Beach. Each property offers a wide array of room types, perfect for groups or individual travelers, in addition to generous on-site amenities.
After the room is booked, guests can kick back and look forward to all of the fun that a golf trip in Myrtle Beach has to offer. Aside from the endless greens, golfers have plenty to look forward to. Myrtle Beach is packed with fun and exciting things to do. Popular options for golf fanatics include touring New South Brewery, enjoying live entertainment at hotspots like Myrtle Beach House of Blues, and enjoying the sights and sounds of the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. Many guests also enjoy the tempting culinary scene. Check out local favorites like Liberty Taproom, Sea Captains House, River City Café, or Dagwoods Deli. Or, if you are in the mood to travel, head south to try out the area’s freshest seafood and scenic views along the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk. You can rest assured that you will not be short on things to do during your golf trip.
A golf vacation in Myrtle Beach is an annual tradition among many and it’s not hard to see why! Our sandy shores offer scenic views and almost 100 courses to choose from, in addition to a wide array of events and attractions to keep you busy. Be sure to check out our Hotels Specials page to see how much you can save on your next Myrtle Beach golf vacation.