The spring booking season is well underway and clear trends have emerged among traveling golfers, so it’s not too early to identify the best Myrtle Beach golf packages for 2020.
We consulted with the experts here at MyrtleBeachGolfTrips.com and asked them a simple question: based on what golfers are booking, what are best Myrtle Beach golf packages heading into 2020?
The response was as decisive as it was fast. Here are Myrtle Beach’s most popular golf packages as the spring season approaches:
— The “All Inclusive” package, which allows players to choose from Founders Group International’s 21 courses, has been an immediate hit with golfers. In addition to providing access to layouts like TPC Myrtle Beach, Grande Dunes Resort Club and Pawleys Plantation, starting at just $55 per day, golfers willing to play an extra $5 will receive free range balls, lunch off the menu and two beers/fountain drinks. I don’t think the popularity of this package needs further explanation.
— Part of Myrtle Beach’s allure has always been the number of courses the area is home to, and the “Golf Anywhere” package provides players access to all 90 layouts. From Carolina National along the North Strand to Founders Club in Pawleys Island, players can construct the package of their choosing. That kind of diversity has long been part of the area’s considerable appeal, so the popularity of the “Golf Anywhere” deal, a stay-and-play offer that features oceanfront accommodations at the DoubleTree Resort by Hilton, is hardly a surprise.
— Golfers looking for a quick trip are flocking to the Founders Collection 2-Round special, which provides a $5 savings off the best single-round rate. The 2-round special starts at just $34 per day and additional rounds can be added. All Founders Group courses participate in the offer, including King’s North at Myrtle Beach National, World Tour and Long Bay Club. Whether you want to play two rounds or 12, this offer is a winner.
For more information, checkout a complete list of 2020 golf packages.