Myrtle Beach Trip Planner
Content to help plan your trip to Myrtle Beach
The Grand Strand's 100-plus golf courses are open for business 12 months a year and offer value plays and nationally acclaimed designs, but those aren't the only reasons to plan your next vacation in Myrtle Beach. What else? GolfCarolina.com offers 10 reasons why your group should consider Myrtle Beach for its next trip.
Thanks to its variety of golf courses and resorts, plus founding the "golf package," Myrtle Beach, S.C. has made a name for itself as one of America's great value destinations for golf. Plan your trip wisely, and you can save even more. Brandon Tucker offers a few dollar-saving tips to help stretch your golf group's funds.
Myrtle Beach is one of the world's great golf destinations and most convenient trips in the U.S., but it can also be overwhelming. About 3.4 million rounds of golf per year are played here, and the options are limitless. Brandon Tucker has a primer to get you started.
Myrtle Beach is a relatively new golf destination, with many of its courses not coming around until the 1980s and 1990s. That said, there are a handful of historic designs that were built with the game's traditional design traits in mind. Here are Myrtle Beach's top 10 best bets for design traditionalists.
Want to fill your next Myrtle Beach vacation with as much golf as possible? Choose from the top multi-course facilities on the Grand Strand, including Barefoot Resort, Myrtle Beach National, Legends Resort, Ocean Ridge Plantation and Sea Trail Resort.
A new vacation deal from the Marina Inn at Grande Dunes in Myrtle Beach, S.C. features only courses that have earned "top 100" honors by either Golf Magazine or Golf Digest.