There’s Plenty To Do In Myrtle Beach After Your Tee Time

There’s Plenty To Do In Myrtle Beach After Your Tee Time

Myrtle Beach isn’t called the “Golf Capital of the World” for nothing. Our pristine coastline is home to over 75 golf courses, which means we see our fair share of golfers.

Whether you are a golf pro or are just beginning your golf journey, rest assured that Myrtle Beach offers something for golfers of every level, on and off the golf course.

Though many area golfers are familiar with the golf booking process, many are less familiar with all that the Grand Strand has to offer. There is truly something for everyone along our 60-mile stretch of coast, and we’re here to help you find exactly what you’re looking for.

Curious about other area attractions and dining that might appeal to golfers? Enjoy our roundup of the top recommendations from our savvy golf guests!


 

19th Hole, Anyone?

Grab a drink and a post-game snack at some of these top happy hour spots for golfers.

 

Overtime Sports Café | Highway 17 / North Myrtle Beach

Golfers playing along the North end of the Strand won’t have to travel far for great happy hour deals – just head over to Overtime Sports Café. Overtime offers more than 150 TVs and a 12-food video wall, making it the ideal place for sports enthusiasts. That, paired with their affordable food and drink menu makes it a hot spot year-round. Call (843) 361-1514 for more information.

 

Bully’s Pub Grill | Barefoot Landing / North Myrtle Beach

Checking out one of the Barefoot area courses? If so, stop by Bully’s Pub & Grill at Barefoot Landing after your game to refuel. Known for their decadent burgers and ice-cold beer, Bully’s also offers a collection of bar games and occasional live entertainment to keep your afternoon lively. Bully’s offers a convenient location and a close proximity to other Barefoot Landing bars and entertainment. Call (843) 272-4123 for more information.

 

Bumstead’s Pub | Mr. Joe White Avenue / Myrtle Beach

Bumstead’s Pub has been a Myrtle Beach staple for more than 20 years – and it’s not hard to see why! This spacious bar boasts more than 50 TVs, making it easy to catch your favorite game, and more than 100 beers from around the world. They also offer great happy hour deals and one of the best bar menus in town. Call (843) 445-6592 for more information. 

 

Ocean Annie’s Beach Bar | Shore Drive / Myrtle Beach

We couldn’t leave a beachfront bar off the list! Ocean Annie’s is the perfect place for golfers playing in the “Restaurant Row” area of town between Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach. Open seasonally, Ocean Annie’s offers a full food and drink menu, live entertainment, and great ocean views – of course. Golfers love to kick back and relax on the spacious oceanfront deck an indulge in classic beach fare and maybe even a beachy cocktail… or two. Call (843) 449-6461 for more information.

 

Pawley’s Island Tavern | Pawleys Island

“The PIT”, as locals affectionately refer it to, is another hidden gem that you won’t know about unless you know about it. If you are on the south end and you are looking for a night of live entertainment, The PIT is where you want to be. Cheap drinks, good eats, and great live music – that is exactly what you’ll find here. Call (843) 237-8465 for more information.


Grub Golfers Love

You are sure to be hungry after a long day of golfing! Check out some of these restaurants that offer hearty meals to help you refuel.

 

Greg Norman’s Grill | Barefoot Landing / North Myrtle Beach

Why not dine at one of the area’s finest restaurants that also happens to be owned by a famed golfer? Greg Norman’s Australian Grille is known for their decadent menu, which boasts an impressive lineup of steak and seafood items, and top-notch service. Greg Norman’s also offers a generous happy hour daily from 4pm – 6pm in their bar area. Call (843) 361-0000 for more information.

 

Thoroughbred’s Chop House | North Kings Highway / Myrtle Beach

Golfers craving a great steak and a glass of wine will definitely want to make a reservation at Thoroughbreds Chophouse. The limited menu here is intentional; Thoroughbreds doesn’t offer much, but what they do offer is the absolute best you’ll find in the area. Indulge in a hand-cut prime steak and pair it with a glass of wine from the extensive and impressive selection. Call (843) 497-2636 for more information.

 

Liberty Taproom & Grill | North Kings Highway / Myrtle Beach

Are you a lover of local brews? If so, you’ll definitely want to check out Liberty Taproom & Grill. This bustling bar offers seasonal and year-round brews that are made right here in Myrtle Beach, in addition to a full slew of craft and domestic beers. Liberty also offers great happy hour deals and a full restaurant menu full of flavorful favorites. Call (843) 839-4677 for more information.

 

Handley’s Pub | Carolina Forest / Myrtle Beach

Handley’s Pub enjoys a convenient location in the Carolina Forest area of Highway 501, making it a popular spot for visitors and locals alike. Their casual atmosphere, affordable food and drink menus, and live entertainment make it a favorite among golfers. Handley’s is the ideal place for golfers who want to kick back and let loose after a busy day on the course. Call (843) 903-4904 for more information.

 

Quigley’s Pint & Plate | Willbrook Boulevard / Pawleys Island

Nestled between Litchfield Beach and Pawleys Island, Quigley’s Pint & Plate is a hidden gem that you won’t want to miss if you are enjoying a round on the south end of the Strand. The eclectic menu includes southern favorites with a Cajun flare. Guests rave about the affordable and homestyle grub that can’t be found anywhere else. Call (843) 237-7010 for more information.


Tour New South Brewery

Did you know that Myrtle Beach has its very own brewery? Conveniently located near the downtown area, New South Brewing opened in 1998 and currently produces more than 10 beer varieties, in additional to a wide array of seasonal offerings. Popular selections include the New South Lager, White Ale, and Nut Brown Ale. New South offers a select amount of brewery tours throughout the week, though you can still stop by anytime between 4pm – 7pm on Tuesday – Friday to visit the draft room and retail store if you can’t make the tour. Call (843) 916-2337 for more information.


 

Book A Fishing Charter

Try your hand at catching dinner by taking a Myrtle Beach fishing charter! Fishing charters vary greatly based on where you go, how long you go out, and what type of fish you want to catch, so be sure to do your research ahead of time. Typically, guests can choose from a full day charter or a half-day trip and choose from inshore fishing, nearshore fishing, or offshore fishing. Guests can also catch everything from flounder, tuna, and mahi mahi, which are great for eating, or go for the sportfish like blue marlin or sailfish, which are extra fun to catch. If you are interested in a fishing charter, research boats that leave out of either Little River or Georgetown, as those are the two most popular departure points.

 


 

Experience A Restaurant Culinary Tour

Foodies and golfers looking for a new experience can explore their creative side, and enjoy some great food and drinks, by taking a BondFire Restaurant Group Culinary Tour. This is a brand new experience that takes guests on a tour of three of downtown Myrtle Beach’s hottest restaurants – The Chemist, Gordo’s Tacos and Tequila, and ART Burger Sushi Bar. Participants start at The Chemist, where they participate in a mixology class and munch on a few bar snacks. Next, guests head over to Gordo’s to participate in a DIY guacamole class while they sip on a fresh margarita. Finally, the class retires to ART Burger while they are treated to a burger, sushi, and a signature drink. Culinary tours are offered on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays and are only $46 / person, which includes all gratuities. Call (843) 446-6502 for more information or to book a tour.

 


 

Enjoy Bowling, Beer, & More at 710

Take the competition from the golf course to the bowling alley at 710. This new area attraction is definitely not your mama’s bowling alley, as it sports a modern feel and a full restaurant and bar. In addition to the spacious bowling area, 710 also offers a full arcade arcade, yard games like bocce ball and corn hole, traditional bar games like darts and pool, and much more to keep your crew entertained. 710 also provides a full bar area and an impressive menu to keep you full and happy. What other bowling alley do you know of that offers everything from burgers and flatbreads to steaks and desserts? Not to mention they are even open for brunch. Call (843) 663-2695 for more information.


 

Hey golfers – what is your favorite “off the course” activity? Let us know!

 

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