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Myrtlewood Rewards Golf Package – Myrtle Beach, SC

Posted by : | On : 24-10-2015 | Comments Off on Myrtlewood Rewards Golf Package – Myrtle Beach, SC
Myrtlewood Rewards Golf Package – Myrtle Beach, SC
MYRTLEWOOD REWARDS GOLF PACKAGE – MYRTLE BEACH, SC  4 Nights, 4 Rounds & Much More! Prices have been set for Spring golf packages! It’s time to start thinking about a Spring get-away. How about a family golf outing? Wouldn’t someone you know love to get a Spring Stay and Play Package for Christmas? The Package (per golfer) 4 Night Stay @ Myrtlewood Resort Pay for 3, 4th Night is FREE Departure Cleaning Included Linens & Bath Towels Included 4 Rounds of Golf – Carts Included Each Golfer Gets (1) $100 Rewards Card Rewards Card is redeemable for food, drinks or merchandise (4) Breakfast Vouchers – Per Golfer Prices Your Rewards Package includes accommodations at the golf villas at Myrtlewood Resort golf community located at the north end of Myrtle Beach. You have a choice of a 1, 2, or 3 bedroom unit. Pricing is based on groups of 2, 4, or 6 golfers. Pricing is an all-inclusive rate per golfer, including golf rounds, accommodations, taxes, and fees. Each golfer will receive (4) Breakfast Vouchers and (1) $100 Rewards Gift Card, redeemable at any of the golf courses included in this package. Rewards Cards will be given out at the golf course. 1 Bedroom Condo (Based on 2 Golfers) 2 Bedroom Condo (Based on 4 Golfers) 3 Bedroom Condo (Based on 6 Golfers) 10/26 – 11/8/2015 $471 per golfer $422 per golfer $410 per golfer 11/9 – 11/15/2015 $471 per golfer $422 per golfer $410 per golfer 11/16 – 2/10/2016 N/A N/A N/A 2/11...

The Glens Fall 4-Night 4- Round Stay and Play

Posted by : | On : 10-10-2015 | Comments Off on The Glens Fall 4-Night 4- Round Stay and Play
The Glens Fall 4-Night 4- Round Stay and Play
For those golf enthusiasts who want to plunge into link-style golf the way it was originally played in Great Britain, “The Glens Stay and Play Package” is a great opportunity to do just that with just a bit of Scottish thriftiness thrown in for good measure. Glens Fall 4-Night 4-Round Stay & Play What`s Included? 4-Nights in 2-Bedroom Golf Villas at Barefoot Resort Linens & Departure Cleaning Included 1-Round at Glen Dornoch 1-Round at Heather Glen 1-Round at Shaftsbury Glen 1-Round at Possum Trot Free Replays after 1:30 pm Free Range Balls Prior to Each Round Lunch Included Each Day of Play at Each Course Clubhouse Rates: 9/24 – 10/25 = $444 10/26 – 11/8 = $439 11/9 – 11/15 = $414 11/16 – 12/15 = $294 *Rates are based on quad occupancy* *Free Replays are same day / same course* The Courses: Glen Dornoch is considered one of the top courses in South Carolina. This Little River course was designed by Clyde Johnston and offers majestic live oaks, magnolias, natural lakes, wetlands, salt marshes and river views, along the Intracoastal Waterways. Heather Glen is also in Little River. The design of Clyde Johnston and Willard Byrd offers a blend of parkland-style course and Scottish links. The three charming 9-hole tracks are surrounded by pines, oaks, dogwoods, streams, and brooks.  Shaftsbury is in Conway. Clyde Johnston also designed the English/parkland-style course with sweeping fairways, extremely fast, densely trapped greens, challenging...

Myrtle Beach Golf Courses and The Men Who Designed Them….

Posted by : | On : 15-05-2014 | Comments Off on Myrtle Beach Golf Courses and The Men Who Designed Them….
Myrtle Beach Golf Courses and The Men Who Designed Them….
The Golf Capital of The World, also known as the Grand Strand, stretches from South of Wilmington North Carolina to Georgetown South Carolina. With over 90 courses, many of the designers followed the foot steps of family members and others started off winning Major Championships, PGA Tournaments and/or Senior Tour Championships. Below is the list of the men who designed the golf courses in Myrtle Beach. Also listed are the Signature courses of players who helped design the courses at the Worlds Best Golf Destination Arnold Palmer – MBN- King`s North, MBN- SouthCreek, MBN- West Course, Rivers Edge Arthur Hills – Myrtlewood – Pine Hills Baxter Spann – Whispering Pines Ben Ward – Brierwood Bill Mooney – Island Green Clyde Johnston – Brunswick Plantation, Glen Dornoch, Heather Glen, Shaftsbury Glen, Wachesaw East, Wicked Stick Dan Maples – Man O War, Oyster Bay, Pearl – East, Pearl- West, Sandpiper Bay, Sea Trail – Maples, Willbrook, Witch, Wizard Davis Love III – Barefoot Resort – Love Course Edmund Ault – Myrtlewood-Palmetto Fred Couples – Carolina National Gary Player – Blackmoor Gene Hamm – Azalea Sands, Beachwood, Burning Ridge, Eagle Nest, Gen. Hackler Course @ CCU, Indian Wells, River Oaks George Cobb – Bald Head Island, The Surf Club Greg Norman – Barefoot Resort – Norman Course, The Reserve Hale Irwin – St James – The Members Club, Tidewater H.M....

East Coast Golf Management Becomes Beast of The East

Posted by : | On : 03-12-2013 | Comments Off on East Coast Golf Management Becomes Beast of The East
East Coast Golf Management Becomes Beast of The East
  The Worlds Largest Golf Management Companies have grown over the years. Most recently along the Grand Strand we have seen the merger between Burroughs and Chappin Golf Management (Formed in 1999) and Myrtle Beach National (Formed in 1977) creating National Golf Management. With that merger, National Golf Management became the 15th largest golf management company in the country and the 19th largest worldwide back in 2011. Move forward to 2013, East Coast Golf Management which previously manged 19 courses throughout North and South Carolina will now add Black Bear Golf Club, Burning Ridge Golf Club, Founders Club @ Pawleys Island and Indian Wells Golf Club as part of their marketing co-op. The new addition of courses will bring the total to 24 golf courses managed or marketed by East Coast Golf Management. Below are the courses throughout North and South Carolina. East Coast Golf Management Courses – North Carolina Brick Landing Plantation – Ocean Isle Beach, NC Brunswick Plantation & Golf Resort – Calabash, NC Cape Fear National at Brunswick Forest – Leland, NC Carolina National Golf Club – Bolivia, NC Crow Creek Golf Club – Calabash, NC Jefferson Landing – Jefferson, NC Kings Grant Golf & Country Club – Fayetteville, NC Rivers Edge Golf Club & Plantation – Shallote, NC Sandpiper Bay Golf & Country Club – Sunset Beach, NC The Pearl – East Course – Calabash, NC The Pearl – West...

Fall Golf Packages in Myrtle Beach 2013!

Posted by : | On : 16-09-2013 | Comments Off on Fall Golf Packages in Myrtle Beach 2013!
Fall Golf Packages in Myrtle Beach 2013!
  The Fall golf season is here and the weather is breaking nicely. The deals that the golf courses and golf companies have sent out are to good to pass up! We have golf packages with Free Replays, Free Meals, Gift Cards for each golfer and many more.   Lets start by listing a few of the most popular and with the most incentives.   National Prime Times Rewards Package: The National Prime Times Rewards Package offers golfers a choice of 22 golf courses. The minimum is four rounds and includes courses like Willbrook Plantation, Long Bay Club, Pine Lakes and either Kings North or Grande Dunes Resort. This package also has a $100 gift card to be used at any of the courses being played on package. The gift card may be used for food, drinks or merchandise at any of the courses clubhouses being played. This package starts as low as $184 per golfer. Book this package online here.   Glens 3 + 5 Ultimate Golf Package: A very popular package for the golfer that is looking for replays. The Ultimate Glens 3+5 allows you to play Glen Dornoch, Heather Glen, and 2011 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year, Shaftsbury Glen. The five Free Rounds is Possum Trot and FREE Pre-Booked Replays on the same day after 1:00 pm. This package starts as low as $155 per golfer. Book this package online here.   Barefoot 3+1 Golf Package: The package for the golfer that wants to play some of the best courses on the Grand Strand. The Barefoot 3+1 allows golfers to play four courses designed by...

The Five Longest Golf Holes In Myrtle Beach

Posted by : | On : 20-02-2013 | Comments Off on The Five Longest Golf Holes In Myrtle Beach
The Five Longest Golf Holes In Myrtle Beach
As the Spring Myrtle Beach Golf Season has arrived, the grand strand will start to see an influx of golfers from all over the world. These golfers come from all types of golfing backgrounds. High handicappers, low handicappers and guys who think they hit the ball 300 yards off the tee every time they put the peg in the ground at each tee box. This had me thinking about how many golfers want to test their game while here in the Worlds #1 golf destination. Below is a list of “The Five Longest Holes in Myrtle Beach.” 1. Farmstead Golf Links – #18 767 yards Par 6 – Yes that is a Par 6. This hole has golfers teeing off in South Carolina and putting out in North Carolina. With the green featuring water on the left side, this will make or break you game or should I say this hole will let get back the skins you lost with the famous 18th hole press!!! 2. True Blue Plantation – #1, 624 yards, Par 5 – The Longest Par Five in Myrtle Beach gets golfers going as the first hole on this famous Mike Stranz design is a dog leg left with a waste bunker down the entire left side. True Blue is constantly ranked in the “Top 100 Golf Courses in America”. 3. Eagle Nest Golf Club – #17, 616 yards, Par 5 – A challenging straight away long Par 5, that features water in front of the green. The Gene Hamm design only lets the Big Hitters dream about going for this hole in two.   4. Pearl West Golf Links – #14, 614 yards, Par 5 –...

Golf Replays in Myrtle Beach, You Have Options

Posted by : | On : 28-01-2013 | Comments Off on Golf Replays in Myrtle Beach, You Have Options
Golf Replays in Myrtle Beach, You Have Options
The Myrtle Beach Golf Spring Golf Season is right around the corner. With tee times filling up fast, golf courses in Myrtle Beach are offering more incentives to play golf. Not just golf, but more golf with Free Replays. What is Free Replays? Some golfers consider the term as Free Rounds or even Unlimited Golf. Courses that offer this golf deal, do have restrictions with tee times on the same course and same day. Along with replays being pre-booked and not pre-booked, most of the free replays have to be after a certain time. For the golfer looking to take advantage of the courses and packages that offer Free Replays, below is a list of Myrtle Beach Golf Packages and golf courses that offer this special.   Golf Packages with Pre-Booked Replays: The Ole Classic Bundle Golf Package – Their are five golf courses to choose from spread out along the Grand Strand. From the North End of the Strand with Black Bear Golf Club to the South End with Wedgefield Plantation. Other course in this 3, 4 or 5-round package includes Burning Ridge, Indian Wells and Founders Club of Pawleys Island. Indian Wells Golf Club won 2004 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year, Burning Ridge was awarded Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year in 2006. The Founders Club of Pawleys Island claimed top honors in 2011. Replays on this package may be pre-booked on the same day of play after 1:00 pm. The Glens Ultimate Golf Package – The most popular golf package with Free Replays, this package is...

Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach with 27-Holes

Posted by : | On : 28-12-2012 | Comments Off on Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach with 27-Holes
Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach with 27-Holes
With over 80 golf courses along the Grand Strand there are plenty of high end and low end courses to fit every budget. However, one question that I am asked alot is “Where can we get an emergency nine in to play a captains choice / scramble”? Well that question is simple, why re-pack the car with clubs to drive to another golf course, when there our eleven golf courses on the Grand Strand with 27-holes. Advantages to 27 Hole Courses Courses with 27-holes has its advantages and disadvantages compared to a 18-hole facility. A few of the advantages are more players which in turns means more revenue for the golf course. Course maintenance issues may arise in terms of disease or even a water pipe breaks preventing irrigation. This allows the course to close one nine and still operate as an 18-hole facility. Disadvantages to 27 Hole Courses A few of the disadvantages is there are 27-holes. With 27-holes it cost more money for the golf course to operate on a daily basis. Golfers also want to frequently compare what are the best 18-hole combinations and try to set tee times up, however that may not be the combination operated by the golf course. One disadvantage that I find is that golf course owner / operators do not keep the right equipment to handle all 27-holes and operate on an 18-hole budget. Below is the list of the eleven facilities with 27-holes. Aberdeen Country Club – Tom Jackson Design Meadows – Woodlands – Highlands Arrowhead Country Club...

The First 10 Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach & When They Started

Posted by : | On : 27-12-2012 | Comments Off on The First 10 Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach & When They Started
The First 10 Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach & When They Started
Myrtle Beach South Carolina is rich in history, dating back to the the 1700`s which was then known as “Long Bay”. The area was first inhibited by the Waccamaw Indians before the first English settlers arrived in the late 18th century. The settlers used the area for tobacco, indigo and rice plantations. In 1881 the Burroughs and Collins Company of Conway purchased much of the land and the area then became known as “New Town”. The Conway and Seashore Railroad Company was also built during this time to help transport lumber from the wooded beach area to Conway, South Carolina which was known as “Old Town”. Shortly after the railroad was built, the railroad started to offer daily service to the coast for there employees and they became the first tourist to the area. Around the late 1800`s or early 1900`s, the name of New Town was changed to Myrtle after a contest was held by the Burroughs and Collins company, which was won by Franklin Burroughs wife. Talking about having a rigged contest? She came up with the name after the “Southern Wax Myrtle” also known as Myrica Cerifera for you plant lovers. The vision of Franklin Burroughs lead the way for other visionaries to come to the area. John T Woodside a textile tycoon from Greenville, South Carolina purchased 65,000 acres of land from Myrtle Beach Farms, A division of Burroughs and Collins Company. Woodside`s wanted to build a higher end resort and hotel to rival destinations like Coney...