Golf Myrtle Beach
What Myrtle Beach vacation can be considered complete without at least one morning spent on the golf
course? And if you are not an experienced or avid golfer there are par 3 courses available for the novice!
Myrtle Beach golf courses are pristine,
challenging and fun to play! With more than 100 golf courses to choose from, itís hard to imagine not having something perfect for everyone. Myrtle Beach offers fairways that reach through
forests, wetlands and impeccable beachfront settings. Whether you are an avid golfer looking to play a few rounds in beautiful settings or you are new to the sport, Myrtle Beach is the prime
destination for you.
More than three million rounds of golf are played annually along the Grand Strand. Locals and visitors alike frequent the Myrtle Beach area
golf courses and many people play in the annual tournaments that call Myrtle Beach home. Celebrities descend on Myrtle Beach for the South Carolina native, Hootie & the Blowfish's "Monday After the
Masters Celebrity Pro-Am tournament" that raises millions of dollars for charity. The 72-hole Golf.com World Amateur Handicap Championship tournament attracts thousands of players worldwide. And the
nationís largest annual high school golf tournament, the Palmetto High School Golf Championship, occurs in April. (Just to name a few!)
The Myrtle Beach area
enjoys a high concentration of renowned golf courses. In 2009 seven Myrtle Beach area golf courses were ranked on Golf Digestís ďAmericanís 100 Greatest Public Courses.Ē That is quite a feat
considering that all of Florida only had four golf courses appear on that same prestigious list. And more than 50 Myrtle Beach area golf courses are ranked four stars or better by Golf Digest. It is
no secret that Myrtle Beach is often referred to as the Golf Capital of the World.
Concerned about the weather? Myrtle Beach is a sunny mid-Atlantic locale.
The mild winter temperatures allow golfers to hit the links every day. January, the coldest month of the year, has a respectable average air temperature of 56į, perfect for playing a round of
championship golf. While it is perfectly feasible to play golf in December, January and February in Myrtle Beach, spring and fall are the most popular times of year for golfers to make Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach golf courses include 9-, 18- and 27-hole options. There are also executive courses, lighted golf courses and par-3 golf courses. From one
end of the beach to the other, there are numerous Myrtle Beach golf courses to suit your needs. Tee off early in the morning or grab your golf clubs after spending a day on the beach and make an early
evening tee time when you golf in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
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