Myrtle Beach is one of the top vacation destinations in world. Vacationers come from all over to enjoy the blue water and sandy beaches. But on the other side of that beautiful sea of blue is a sea of green. Yes, my friends, golf provides year-round enjoyment here at the beach. Myrtle Beach, often touted as the Golf Capital of the World, boasts over 150 golf courses, many of which were created by some of the most respected designers in the industry.
Courses are located throughout the area and also right in town amongst the restaurants and stores, and many enjoy stunning lake, waterway, and marsh views. If convenience is important to you, be sure to and see which courses are located near your vacation rental. You’ll be amazed that often there are multiple options minutes from your door. This will come in handy for those times when you have early dinner plans but want to squeeze in 9 or 18 holes.
There is an incredible variety of courses no matter your taste or skill level. From the scrubby desert-like Dye Course and award-winning waterfront Grande Dunes to the one-of-a-kind International World Tour and classic favorites, there is truly something to excite every golfer. It is a great idea to decide on what type of golf courses interest you most and plan your outings accordingly. Whether it be the most unique courses, most acclaimed, most budget-friendly, or most centrally located, discussing this with your group before your vacation may make for an easier trip.
Another way to make the most out of your Myrtle Beach golf experience is to take advantage of the package deals and booking apps currently available. There are one-time purchase membership passes such as the Myrtle Beach Golf Passport and Friends of the Glens that give you discounts to a group of golf courses. Additionally, new mobile apps make finding discounts and booking tee times easier than ever before. While on the road or at the airport, download a few and see what offers are running during your stay.
Whatever your choice or however long your vacation in Myrtle Beach, reading the landscape and doing some research before your trip can help you drive the green and save time and money.