World Tour to Close International Nine

Published On: February 26th, 2013

The International World Tour Golf Links located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, features some of the most famous holes from all around the world. Recently the World Tour announced that it will be closing their International 9 holes for residential purposes. Whether you have played the International 9 which features holes from three continents and four countries: Australia, England, Spain, and the United States. If you have played it once or many times this Spring will be the last time to play this incredible collection of great inspired holes from around the world.

June 1st is the last day of play for these 9 holes.  The World Tour will have the original great 18 holes that have made it most golfers number 1 choice when playing in the Myrtle Beach area. The Original 18-holes are the Open and Championship. The Open 9 is named for courses hosting the U.S. and British Opens, the Open Nine includes holes from North America’s top-ranking golf courses including National Golf Club of Canada and the world’s top-rated course, Pine Valley Golf Club. The Championship 9 features holes inspired by all four men’s major championships: The Masters, U.S. Open, British Open and PGA Championship.

These 18 holes were completely renovated last year with all new “mini verde” greens, all new bunker sand, and many other improvements which helped to make an already near perfect course even better. Tee Times are $57 per golfer until March 6th and increase to $97 per golfer until June 2nd.

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