Three Best Websites To Book Myrtle Beach Tee Times Online

Golfers are increasingly booking Myrtle Beach tee times online but not all sites are created equal. When it comes to booking an online golf vacation, group leaders require reliability, quality and value.

With that in mind, based on years of experience in the market, here are the three best places to book Myrtle Beach tee times online. is the Grand Strand’s most comprehensive site, making it easy for players to plan and book golf vacation. Myrtle Beach Golf Trips provides blanket coverage of the area, on and off the course. Whether you want to watch a video on your favorite course, read restaurants reviews, watch Meredith Kirk’s golf tips or follow breaking news, the Gimme Golf Podcast, MBGT has it all. When you are ready to book, the recently redesigned site makes booking a tee time – at guaranteed great prices – extraordinarily easy. The site is easy to navigate and chocked full of valuable information. is one of the Godfather’s of online booking. The site has been providing the best in-market tee time pricing and reliable service for years, both attributes golfers appreciate. One of the authorities on Myrtle Beach golf, players have flocked to in record numbers over the last 12 months. MBN covers the area nearly as extensively as, making it an equally valuable resource. The site’s lead writer, Ian Guerin, is one of the best, so check it out.

— Given the diversity of the Myrtle Beach market, golfers have historically been drawn to general booking engines, but over the last year course sites have closed the gap significantly. Prime example is Myrtle Beach’s oldest course features it’s most modern booking engine, allowing players to not only book tees times at the Granddaddy but also Founders Group International’s 20 other courses. That’s right, you can book tee times at 21 different courses on the Pine Lakes website. It’s a big step forward and one of the primary reasons groups are booking through course websites at a much higher rate than in the past.

If you are among the growing number of golfers who book online, you can look to these three sites with confidence.