How to Watch the Myrtle Beach Classic

If you aren’t onsite at the Dunes Golf & Beach Club to enjoy the inaugural Myrtle Beach Classic, you can watch the action on TV or just as likely on your phone.

The PGA TOUR’s maiden voyage to Myrtle Beach will be played May 9-12, providing an opportunity for fans to watch the game’s next generation of stars battling for a Tour win and veterans like Brandt Snedeker, Daniel Berger and Joel Dahmen looking to reestablish themselves.

Golf Channel will air coverage of the Myrtle Beach Classic all four days. The opening two rounds will air May 9-10 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The Saturday-Sunday rounds will broadcast from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Myrtle Beach Classic coverage will also be streamed on Peacock, providing additional coverage options.

Dunes Club, which is famously home to Alligator Alley – holes 11 through 13 that play along the saltwater swash and Lake Singleton – will provide memorable visuals for television and a good test for players hoping to secure their long-term future on golf’s premier Tour.

Playing as a par 71, Dunes Club is Myrtle Beach’s second oldest course, and the Robert Trent Jones Sr. design was one of the driving forces behind the area’s growth from a sleepy beach town into the game’s most popular travel destination.

People will tune in to see PGA TOUR players attack the course’s famed 13th hole, otherwise known as “Waterloo.” The 90-degree dogleg right plays around Lake Singleton, and it has historically been a three-shot hole for even the best of players, but the PGA TOUR’s young, long hitters will likely make a run at reaching one of the course’s most daunting greens complexes in two.

Whether you are watching in-person, on television or streaming, make sure you follow the Myrtle Beach Classic.

(Top photo captured by Golf Tourism Solutions)

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