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Golf Advisor Round Trip: Myrtle Beach (2018)
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CLUB Golf Advisor Round Trip: Myrtle Beach (2018)

Matt Ginella goes to the Grand Strand and experiences such standout courses as historic Pine Lakes and Pawleys Plantation, plus does plenty off-course and off-land around Myrtle Beach.
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