Five Reasons For a November Myrtle Beach Golf Trip

Hard as it is to believe, 2019 has entered its final quarter.

The end of another year brings the close of golf season for our friends in the Northeast and Midwest, where harsh weather is just around the corner.

For golfers looking to stave off winter and send 2019 out on a high note, a possible Myrtle Beach golf trip in November beckons.

Here are the top five reasons you need to fire up the email machine and start rounding up your buddies for a last-minute trip to Myrtle Beach.

— When people think of November, the beginning of the holiday season and time getting tight come immediately to mind, but that’s not the case, especially this year. Thanksgiving isn’t until Nov. 28, so golfers have ample time during the year’s penultimate month to take a trip without infringing on the holiday season.

— The weather in Myrtle Beach remains beautiful in November, particularly during the early part of the month. The average daytime high is 68 degrees and there is no humidity. Schedule a mid-morning tee time and enjoy the perks of Myrtle Beach’s subtropical climate.

— Long after the grass has turned brown in other parts of the nation, golfers can seek refuge in Myrtle Beach, enjoying lush green grass and outstanding conditions. Think of it as an oasis before the onset of winter.

— Myrtle Beach’s legendary value goes up another level in November, allowing players to enjoy some of America’s best courses and outstanding conditions at off-peak rates. Playing golf on a near 70-degree day at the kind of value a Myrtle Beach golf trip returns is a win for everyone.

— You owe it to yourself to take a trip before putting the clubs up for the winter, and what better way to put a bow on the 2019 golf season than a visit to Myrtle Beach? The trip is a final chance to get together with friends and enjoy a couple days of fun, unencumbered by the stress of daily life. You can’t put a price on that.

What are you waiting for? It’s time to start planning your November golf trip!