Myrtle Beach is a prime spot for vacationers who want to get a round or three of golf in.
That also applies to holiday travelers to Myrtle Beach. Plenty of snowbirds – and those who live across the south but also value the treasure of courses in coastal South Carolina – have this area on their winter vacation list.
Not only is there a wealth of courses in the Myrtle Beach area – links with some of the most challenging holes and picturesque settings in the nation – but there are also packages set up by hotels and resorts to attract players to stay and play.
Some even call Myrtle Beach the Golf Capital of the World, and it’s tough to argue with that. Visitors are forever in search of low green fees and prime tee times. Given the pleasant fall and winter climate in the area, it’s easy to extend the golf season year-round. All this, with a good 60-mile stretch of some of America’s finest beaches nearby.