The Myrtle Beach golf community has much to be grateful for and with the Thanksgiving holiday upon us, it’s time to reflect on what we are most appreciative of as 2022 nears its conclusion.
– As always, we are grateful for the golfers who make Myrtle Beach the game’s most popular destination. Players from across the United States annually make the trek to the Grand Strand to play the game they love and their loyalty to and affinity for the area is not something we take for granted.
– The Grande Dunes Resort Course (top photo) and River Hills Golf Club both underwent significant renovation projects, highlighting the area’s commitment to ensuring Myrtle Beach golf courses are always improving. Grande Dunes, which has been ranked among the top 100 public layouts in America, received new greens, bunkers, a complete renovation of the clubhouse, and a new restaurant, Terrazza 19. Meanwhile, River Hills underwent a comprehensive greens renovation project while overhauling its bunkers. The commitment to providing the best golf course product possible is something we all appreciate.
– In addition to the depth and quality of its course offerings, the value of a Myrtle Beach golf trip is at the heart of the area’s popularity, and we are more thankful than ever for that value in 2022.
– From Pawleys Island to Brunswick County, N.C., the “Myrtle Beach area” spans 60 miles of Carolinas coastline that offers three different types of trips. The casual charm of Pawleys Island, the raucous good times of Myrtle Beach, and the abundance of courses along the North Strand all have their allure. That diversity of experience is easy to take for granted, but that’s not something we want to do. Variety part of what makes Myrtle Beach special, not only to visit but live.
– Last but certainly not least, we are thankful for the people who help make Myrtle Beach golf courses run so smoothly. From the guys working the bag drop to the maintenance staff and food service workers, it takes a team to deliver a memorable experience. The commitment so many have to providing a level of customer service that matches the quality of the area’s golf courses is something we are all appreciative of, especially in a year that found many businesses operating short of staff.
The Myrtle Beach golf community has much to be thankful for and 2022 was another reminder of that fact.