Plan your rounds in advance so you can dive into all Myrtle Beach has to offer. With countless dining and entertainment options close to Myrtle Beach’s highly rated golf courses, you’ll be able to hit the links and still have time to enjoy new attractions and those worth another visit.
“We are positive that we can accommodate every golfer’s needs,” said Steve Mays, president of Founders Group International, owner of Myrtle Beach Golf Trips. “We have a wide variety of course layouts all within a few miles from each other, allowing each golfer to plan a unique and personalized trip, pairing each round with close-by dining and entertainment options.”
Myrtle Beach National features three pristine courses designed by Arnold Palmer, guaranteed to give you a memorable experience. If you happen to finish your round in time for happy hour, take a quick trip down Highway 501. Enjoy an impressive craft beer selection at The Grumpy Monk, where you can indulge in a wide variety of happy hour specials like BBQ sliders or fresh sushi, all while reminiscing upon your day on the links.
If you head a little bit more toward the beach, you’ll reach World Tour Golf Links, which recreates some of the world’s most iconic golf layouts from well-known courses like Augusta, Winged Foot, St. Andrews, and Royal Troon. After finishing up a legendary round of golf, head over to The Market Common district of Myrtle Beach, where you can sit back, relax, and enjoy delicious food and specialty drinks at Gordon Biersch, King Street Grill, or Nacho Hippo.
Just down the street from Broadway at the Beach, one of Myrtle Beach’s most well-known attractions, is Myrtlewood Golf Club. With two 18-hole courses, Palmetto and PineHills, Myrtlewood is laid out along the Intracoastal Waterway, making for a fun, yet challenging round of golf. Featuring subtle, undulating greens and gently sloping fairways, Myrtlewood’s courses never fail to impress golfers of all skill levels. And, with its central location, you’re minutes away from a selection of more than 30 restaurants, bars, and family-friendly attractions at Broadway.
Grande Dunes Resort Club is just a few miles down the road from another famous tourist attraction, Barefoot Landing. Barefoot Landing features multiple dining and shopping options right along the Intracoastal Waterway. With its new addition coming this summer, Lulu’s, Barefoot Landing will have you wanting to end your round early to enjoy Lucy Buffett’s fantastic gumbo and drink specials.
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