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Why You Should Plan a Group Golf Outing in Myrtle Beach

Why You Should Plan a Group Golf Outing in Myrtle Beach

Summer’s arrival is just around the corner, and that means one thing, it’s time to plan your summer travel. What better way to spend the sultry summer days than by the ocean at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina? If you prefer to spend your days with your feet planted on the green, not in the sand, head to one of the many Myrtle Beach courses. Myrtle Beach is the perfect destination for a group golf trip, with its warm weather and ideal coastal location. To find out why you should plan a group golf outing in Myrtle Beach, continue reading below.  

There Are Plenty of Options

There are over 100 golf courses within the 60 miles of sandy coastline that make up the Myrtle Beach and Grand Strand area. After a devasting hurricane in 1954, a construction boom took place and transformed the Grand Strand into a nationally acclaimed beach destination. This construction period led to the addition of dozens of golf courses, along with beach clubs and resorts.  

There Are Countless Championship-Caliber Courses

Beyond its charming coastline, Myrtle Beach is celebrated as a golf destination for the quality of its many courses. If your Myrtle Beach golf group is looking for championship-caliber courses, you came to the right place. Of all the courses to choose from, these golf courses in Myrtle Beach stand ahead of the pack: Rivers Edge Golf ClubTPC Myrtle BeachDunes Golf & Beach Club, and Caledonia Golf & Fish Club.

There’s an Option for Every Budget

The first golf course in Myrtle Beach, Pine Lakes International, was founded in 1927 as a private club for guests staying at a nearby resort. Today, there are public, private, and semi-private courses for your Myrtle Beach golf group to choose from, so you can build a trip around any budget. 

To learn more about Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand, head to our website, where you can book your stay.

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Winter in Myrtle Beach: The Pros of a Wintertime Golf Retreat

Winter in Myrtle Beach: The Pros of a Wintertime Golf Retreat

We’re only a handful of weeks away from the most affordable golf season of the year here in beautiful Myrtle Beach, SC. Whether you’re hoping to finally get a tee time at that elusive world-class golf course or simply trying to save money, the winter season is the perfect time of the year for an overdue group golf retreat. Most Myrtle Beach golf courses offer significant discounts and see much less traffic from December to March. Together Resorts has the premier vacation homes in Myrtle Beach for large groups. We have amenity-rich luxury homes that sleep anywhere from eight to 48 guests. There’s no better time than right now to start planning a trip to Myrtle Beach. Here are three reasons to visit Myrtle Beach in the wintertime for a golf retreat.

Tee Times at Elusive Courses

Yes, it’s nice to see lower rates and less traffic on the course, but the main draw of a wintertime golf getaway is the ability to find a tee time at an elusive world-renowned course. The wintertime is the only season where golfers from across the country can easily find a tee at many award-winning courses, such as The Dunes Golf & Beach Club, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, King’s North at Myrtle Beach National, and TPC Myrtle Beach. The golf capital of the world has Myrtle Beach golf courses designed by Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman, Davis Love III, and Pete Dye.

Cheap Winter Rates

Rates at most Myrtle Beach golf courses are nearly 50 percent off from December through February. Eighteen holes at TPC Myrtle Beach, for example, costs as low as $75 in much of January. Some courses are $100 off in comparison to the peak spring prices. You can also play some of the cheapest golf courses in Myrtle Beach for next to nothing. There are some fantastic, lesser-known hidden gems scattered throughout the city!

Less Traffic on the Course

During the peak spring and fall seasons here in Myrtle Beach, almost every course is entirely booked, creating log-jammed rounds of golf. Some golfers enjoy the pace and camaraderie that comes with backed-up holes, but most would prefer a swift, peaceful round. It’s not often you can play 18 holes at one of the premier Myrtle Beach golf courses and not be slowed or interrupted.

Myrtle Beach Vacations

Together Resorts has vacation rentals scattered throughout the Myrtle Beach area, all of which are minutes from the Atlantic Ocean and world-class golf courses. Give us a call at 1-855-585-2121 to get a quote or learn more about our luxurious vacation homes.

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