National Management Premier Package
|The Quick Details: The National Premier Package offers your choice of 14-courses along the Grand Strand to complete the 5-round package. With courses designed by former Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Nick Price and Gary Player. The Premier Package is considered as one of the better high end packages along the Grand Strand.|
The Courses To Choose From
Current Package Pricing for 2013Click 'em to Expand
Pick 4 courses above and then pick another as a FREE round! Simple as that. Unlike other packages, this free round can be played anytime of day as long as you book it with us ahead of time. There is one stipulation though, you can only pick ONE of Kings North, Grande Dunes Resort or Grande Dunes Members as part of the initial package. However, you CAN add them as additional rounds.
PROMO CODE: PP4
|Pick 5 From The Courses Listed Above||Add Additional Rounds after the first 5|
|4/29 - 05/19/2013||$380||$83 per course|
|5/20 - 06/2/2013||$300||$63 per course|
|6/3 - 9/4/2013||Call For Price|
|9/5 - 9/18/2013||$265|
|9/19 - 10/2/2013||$313|
|10/3 - 11/3/2013||$345|
|11/4 - 11/17/2013||$305|
|11/18 - 1/15/2014||Coming Soon|
A Par-6 Golf Hole & Golf Courses to Remember
While it still falls a couple hundred yards shy of the world’s longest hole – that’s the 1,007-yard par-6 6th at Chocolay Downs in Marquette, Michigan – the 767-yard par-6 18th at Farmstead Golf Links in Calabash does tend to get golfers talking. And that’s just one of many topics of conversation for golfers found on the 14 courses of the National Premier Package.
There’s Pine Lakes, opened in 1927 and known as “The Granddaddy,” where Sports Illustrated was born in 1953 when a group of Time-Life executives came to play golf and plan the magazine. There’s also courses designed by PGA greats Gary Player, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, courses at world-class resorts, courses on the sites of Colonial plantations and more.
The Best Courses Around - Hands Down an amazing Golf Package
Blackmoor – Lakes, pines, cypress and moss-draped oaks abound throughout this Murrells Inlet course that occupies the site of an old rice plantation along the Waccamaw River. It’s the Grand Strand’s only Gary Player designed course.
Farmstead – A Willard Byrd links style course in Calabash, NC, it features wide fairways with many of its holes surrounded by marshes. Also of interest is that the course plays back and forth from North and South Carolina.
Grande Dunes - Resort Course – One of the Myrtle Beach resort’s two courses, it offers great views of the Intracoastal Waterway along with Grande Dunes renowned customer service.
Grande Dunes - Members Course – A tale of two courses with wide fairways throughout, the front nine is parkland with tree-lined fairways while the back nine is more a links layout.
Litchfield – Another course on the site of a former rice plantation and one of the first built in the Litchfield-Pawleys Island area, this Willard Byrd design features narrow tree-lined fairways and sharp doglegs.
Long Bay – This Jack Nicklaus course in Longs is regarded as one of the PGA great’s best efforts with deep pot bunkers, extensive mounding, vast waste areas, tight fairways and fast greens.
Myrtle Beach National - King's North – One of Arnold Palmer’s best designs, there’s plenty of water and plenty of unique holes here.
Pawleys Plantation – Another Nicklaus design, this course overlooks expansive salt marshes and features obstacles of some type on every hole. It’s also home to what may well be the most despised hole along the Grand Strand, the par-3 No. 13 that measures a mere 40 yards from the front tees and 145 from the back and requires a shot over marshes to a tiny flat green.
Pine Lakes – Closed for three years in the early 2000s for a $15 million renovation that restored the course and its stately Southern colonial clubhouse, there’s a sense of history and tradition found here that few other courses match.
River Club – On a plantation site, this Tom Jackson course in Pawleys Island features water in play on 15 holes with the par-5 18th voted by locals as one of the Grand Strand’s top finishing holes.
Tradition Club – Named best new public course by Golf Digest when it opened in 1996, this Pawleys Island course features water hazards on 10 holes, lots of sand, wide fairways and two island greens.
Willbrook – This Pawleys Island course is built on the site of two former rice plantations and offers a mix of traditional and plantation styles. There’s lots of water in the form of waterways, lakes and wetlands and average-sized but challenging greens.
Wachesaw East – A Tom Fazio design overlooking the scenic Waccamaw River in Murrells Inlet, this private member-owned course features rolling fairways, bunkers and some incredible tiered greens.
Wild Wing – This Conway course features elevated tees with wide landing areas, strategically placed water hazards, a double fairway or two and even a unique double green that serves two holes.
Don't forget about the food!
A bad round of golf at Farmstead doesn’t have to ruin any golfer’s day. With 30 seafood restaurants inside the town limits of Calabash and many more in the area, the Seafood Capital of the World can help smooth over even the roughest of rounds. The National Premier courses are also some of the Grand Strand’s most scenic.
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