Book your spring golf trip now! Spring rates won’t get any lower than this and tee times sell out quickly.
“Now is the time to plan your spring golf trip,” said Steve Mays, acting president of Founders Group International, owner of Myrtle Beach Golf Trips. “The early bird gets the best prices and tee times and oftentimes, the best hotel rates as well.”
You can choose from a range of courses like classic designs to Tour-quality challenges, and from Lowcountry gems in Pawleys Island to Top 100 golf courses in Myrtle Beach.
TPC Myrtle Beach has hosted the Senior TOUR Championship and golf greats Gary Player, Tom Watson, and Lee Trevino. This Tom Fazio design leads you through towering pines, red oaks, and beautiful Lowcountry marshes. It’s the only course on the Grand Strand to be awarded 5 stars by Golf Digest and is home to the Dustin Johnson Golf School.
On the south end of the Strand, you’ll find the popular Waccamaw Golf Trail which features nearly a dozen award-winning courses. Mostly built on 18th and 19th century rice and indigo plantations, the courses are decorated by ancient moss-draped oaks and tidal rivers. In the heart of the Lowcountry is Tradition Golf Club, with a creative yet simple design that focuses on pristine surfaces, protected greens, and a challenging yet playable round.
Another great choice is Wild Wing Plantation with its deep bunkers, undulation, and just a bit of a challenge. The Avocet course, designed by Larry Nelson and Jeff Brauer, has been a Myrtle Beach must-play for nearly two decades. Recently renovated, the Hummingbird Nine is quickly becoming a must-play along the Grand Strand.
“Spring golf in Myrtle Beach just can’t be beat with beautiful temperatures and lush green courses,” said Mays. “We have courses for the most seasoned golfers to those who are just getting started and everything in between so any type of golfer won’t want to miss out on these great rates.”