Myrtlewood’s “Dog House” Will Bring New Vibe, Great Food to the Palmetto Course

Expect to find a little more energy and a lot better food on Myrtlewood Golf Club’s Palmetto Course this spring.

The venerable layout is relaunching its quarter house with a vibrant new menu and music. The previously staid building will now be called “The Dog House,” featuring a menu that serves gourmet hot dogs reflecting the regional preferences of Myrtle Beach golfers.

Sure, you will still be able to get pulled pork and deli sandwiches, in addition to the beverage of your liking, but with seven different hot dogs to choose from, you will want to reward your tastebuds.

If you are wondering about the seven dogs, here they are:

– The Dodger Dog will feature a foot-long frank topped with ketchup, mustard and onions. This a good but conservative play.

– Myrtlewood’s in-house creation is the Back 9, and I couldn’t more highly recommend it. Topped with house made pimento cheese, chopped bacon and drizzled with sriracha on a poppy seed bun, this is the choice if you like a little spice.

– Myrtle Beach golf courses are filled with our friends from New York so the Coney Dog, featuring all-beef chili, chopped onions and shredded cheddar cheese, is a natural.

– The traditional Carolina Dog is a no-brainer as well. Homemade cole slaw, chopped onions and all-beef chili over a premium hot dog is sure to be a popular item.

– With daily nonstop flights out of the Windy City, Myrtlewood had to have a Chicago Dog and the culinary team delivered. Featuring chopped onions, a slice of tomato, pickled peppers, a pickle spear, celery salt, neon relish and mustard on a poppy seed bun, Chicago area residents will feel right at home.

– You are in the South so the PiggyBack – a hot dog topped with pulled pork, house slaw and drizzled with BBQ sauce – will appeal to more than a few golfers.Dog House Logo

– We mentioned all of our friends from the Empire State and their tastes in hot dogs are diverse, so the Palmetto Course will also have the New York Dog, complete with warm sauerkraut and mustard (you will have to tell me how this one is because I’m not a sauerkraut guy!).

For the boring among us, yes, you can order a plain hot dog, otherwise known as the Naked Dog.

The Dog House, which will feature new equipment, lighting and counter tops, will open on April 1, just in time for the heart of the spring season. The Palmetto Course doesn’t turn at the clubhouse but you will pass the Dog House on holes 5, 13 and 16, so don’t bother having breakfast before you tee off.

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