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Prime Time Rewards Package

The Quick Details: The Prime Time Rewards Golf Package is one of the best values for golf in Myrtle Beach (no pun intended). Featuring one of the oldest golf courses in Myrtle Beach (Litchfield). The PT Rewards gets you a $100 gift card when you play 4 or more courses! The National Management Golf Package
 
 
 

Current Package Pricing for 2017 & 2018

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4+ Round Spring 2018 Package...from $192 Per Golfer
 
 

Pick 4 courses above and get a $100 gift card! Simple as that. YOU CAN NOW PLAY ALL FOUR GROUP 7 COURSES!!!!
PROMO CODE: PT Rewards 
*The Rates for the Rewards Package are dynamic and course rates vary to day of the week and time of the day.*
**These Rates May Change At Any Time Without Notice**

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4+ Round Fall Package for 2017...from $240 Per Golfer
 
 

Pick 4 courses above and get a $100 gift card! Simple as that. EFFECTIVE 8/19/15 NO RESTRICTIONS ON THE COURSES TO PLAY 
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No Hidden Fees Added to Our Golf Packages
 
We require a $100 deposit per golfer to book a golf package. All pricing is subject to change without notice, but price will be locked in at the time of booking.
 

A Golf Package with Lots of Courses, Including Holes from All Over The World!!*

A pair of the PGA’s greatest and most respected players and golf’s most prolific designer are just three of the names behind the 22 courses of the Founders Golf Rewards Package. There’s South African Gary Player, who designed the Blackmoor course and along with Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer is credited for helping popularize golf from the late 50s to early 70s. His design company has completed more than 325 projects in 35 countries and the Player Foundation he established in 1983 has provided more than $50 million to promote education and health for disadvantaged South African children.

Then there’s Arnold Palmer, who designed or co-designed the three Myrtle Beach national courses. At the top of his game from 1960-1963, Palmer won 29 PGA tournaments including five majors, and in 1967 became the first golfer to reach $1 million in career wins. Last but not least is the Golden Bear, Jack Nicklaus. Nicklaus has designed three courses along the Grand Strand. You can play two of them on this great package, Pawleys Plantation and the Long Bay Club. 

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 Dan Maples, Tom Jackson, Ron Garl and Tom Fazio just to name a few. The courses are designed at world-class resorts, courses on the sites of Colonial plantations and more.

Courses, Courses and More Courses

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.

Litchfield – Another course on the site of a former rice plantation, this Litchfield Beach course features narrow tree-lined fairways, sharp doglegs and greenside pathways that promote bump and run approach shots.

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.

Myrtle Beach National - South Creek – A fairly flat track that winds through wetlands and forests, there’s water in play on just six holes and smallish well-protected greens.

Myrtle Beach National - West – Wide fairways, lots of doglegs and fairway bunkers, and well-bunkered greens are hallmarks of the longest of the three Myrtle Beach National courses.

Myrtlewood - Palmetto – This Myrtle Beach course features long wide fairways dotted with plenty of fairway bunkers and lots of water, including holes along the Intracoastal Waterway.

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.

Myrtlewood - Pine Hills – Sharp doglegs, substantial mounding, plentiful sand bunkers, large undulating greens and 26 acres of lake are characteristics of this Myrtle Beach course.

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.

Wild Wing – This Conway golf 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.

 

Golf Capital of the World, Meet the Golf World

The World Tour has replica holes from all around the World. Enjoy playing Augusta National`s "Amen Corner" or the famed 18th at St Andrews. When playing the North End courses, golfers should be sure to bring their appetites. With one restaurant for every 60 of its 1,800 residents, the Seafood Capital of the World is a simply delicious place to golf. Located next to the famed Restaurant Row, Grande Dunes Resort Course is yet another course catering to appetites. 
 


 
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