Top Excuses for Taking a Myrtle Beach Golf Trip
Man, how you would love to go on a Myrtle Beach golf getaway. You’ve spent hours online thinking about which courses you want to play, and you’ve daydreamed stepping up to the tee box on the first hole of a four-day golf buffet. But before you can finish your practice swing, reality intervenes. There’s work, family and all kinds of obstacles and hazards standing in the way of you and the flagstick of your golf fantasies.
It’s time to make the dream trip a reality, and we at Myrtle Beach Golf are willing to lend a hand in helping you get out of your obligations. Having accommodated thousands of golfers facing similar circumstances over the years, we have compiled a useful list of excuse notes to get you out of any situation. Simply select the ones you need, fill in the person’s name in the blank so it looks official, and book your dream golf package today.
* Dear (insert wife's name here),
I just wanted to tell you how much I love and cherish you. I realize I don't say it enough so I have a surprise for you. You know that outfit you have been wanting but thought was too expensive? Well, I have ordered it for you and it is being shipped to you overnight. Maybe you can wear it for your girls' night out, because I know how important it is to you to spend time with your friends. I feel the same way, which is why the guys and I have planned a golf trip to Myrtle Beach. I will miss you very much but you know what they say: “Absence makes the heart grow fonder.”
P.S. Did I mention that I bought you that outfit?
* Dear (insert boss' name here),
I was putting in some extra hours over the weekend, you know, as I always do, and I came across a most interesting report that could save the company millions. According to Forbes magazine, the average American worker is less productive than counterparts from other countries that take more vacation time. In fact, vacation time has been linked to happier and healthier employees who perform better than those who don't use vacation days. We can increase overall productivity and job satisfaction by offering employees more vacation time. In the spirit of this new policy, I have decided to take a leadership role by taking some vacation time of my own in sunny Myrtle Beach. I will fill out a full scorecard, uh, report when I return.
P.S. – You know those shiny new clubs you keep in your office closet? They need a Myrtle Beach vacation too.
* Dear (insert children's names here),
I know I said I would be at your ballgame and dance recital this weekend, but something very important has come up that requires daddy's attention. You know how your mother and I are always telling you to work hard and aim high and you can do anything you set your mind to? Well, it was always your dad's dream to play on the PGA Tour, and I am at the point in my life that it is now or never. So I am heading to Myrtle Beach for a few days of some serious training to see if my game is ready for the challenge. Again, I am sorry for having to leave on such short notice, but what kind of father would I be if I told you to follow your dreams but didn't follow my own. I'm doing it for you, kids.
P.S. – Here's a little bonus to your allowance to keep this whole PGA Tour thing our little secret. It's supposed to be a surprise for your mother.