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Deal Alert: MyrtleBeachGolf.com’s New Clubhouse Pass

It’s called the Clubhouse Pass, and it enables golfers to kick off autumn in style by choosing four rounds from 14 of the area’s greatest golf courses - and pairing their itinerary with any of a long list of great area hotels and resorts.

Once summer turns to fall, the Clubhouse Pass package takes effect. On three-night stays from September 21st through October 22nd, you can book four rounds of golf with your stay starting from $317. Three-night, four-round packages from October 23rd through November 19th start from $321.

Here are just a few of the courses you can book through the Clubhouse Pass:

Arcadian Shores Golf Club - This Rees Jones design - the first solo effort by the “Open Doctor” - came online in 1974, and for more than 40 years has been a favorite course of visitors and locals alike. The tree-lined fairways reward confident swings off the tee, and the undulating putting surfaces favor players with steady short games. In short, it’s a course where everyone will enjoy the challenge.

Prestwick Country Club - This Pete Dye-designed course, developed in collaboration with his son P.B., is memorable for the expressive mounding and bunkering that comes into play on every hole, a hallmark of the Dye family’s work. Nowhere is this more true than on the 9th and 18th holes, which work around opposite sides of a lake en route to greens set at the foot of Prestwick’s stately clubhouse.

The Witch Golf Links - Dan Maples is one of the more prolific golf course architects in the Myrtle Beach area, and The Witch might be his most distinctive design. It is a tale of two nines. The front side is carved out of a cypress swamp, with thousands of feet of wooden bridges transporting golfers from tee to fairway to green on many holes. Nevertheless, this side is playable for all, as Maples endeavored to make individual hole corridors as wide as possible. The back nine is somewhat shorter and more intimate, but with plenty of risk-reward chances to keep the golfer on his or her toes.

For more information on these and the other courses available through this package and to book your Clubhouse Pass golf vacation, contact the experts here at MyrtleBeachGolf.com.

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