Golf Packages & Tee Times by

Need Help? Give us a Call

Subscribe to the Golf Blog

Archive for the ‘Uncategorized’ Category

New Golf Packages for the 2014 Myrtle Beach Season

Tuesday, January 21st, 2014

The beginning of the year brings about change for everyone.  Whether you have made plans to become healthier, wealthier, or wiser is up to you.  The Myrtle Beach golf industry has decided to make some changes of its own to accomplish some of these tasks.  New packages and changes to existing packages have been made to help you get more out of your golf vacation in 2014.

The first three weeks in January are the busiest weeks for quoting Spring golf here along the Grand Strand.  After these three weeks, the majority of the peak tee times at some of the most demanded golf courses will have already been taken.  Make sure you get your quotes in early to ensure the best accommodations and tee times for your group.  Even though the first three weeks of the year are the busiest, you can take advantage of accommodation specials as early as October of the previous year.  Golf rates are usually announced early so this will be the best time to save the most money on your vacation.

As I stated earlier, the golf courses have listened to you the golfer and here is a run down of what is new and exciting for 2014 in alphabetical order:

Myrtle Beach Barefoot Resort Davis Love Course

Barefoot Love Course


Barefoot Resort is offering a special for booking golf on any Wednesday as well as offering huge discounts for booking Fall early.  They also have a special if you play three of their courses you get the fourth round free.



Big Cats Courses at Ocean Ridge Plantation

Ocean Ridge Golf


The Big Cats are now offering lunch with their 4-round package as well as allowing the golfer to play all 4 rounds in the AM.  This is a change from the 2013 package and gives the golfer more incentive to book their courses.



Founder's Club at Pawley's Island

Founder’s Club at Pawley’s Island


The Classic Package has undergone changes as well.  In the past, they offered a package where you play four rounds and you automatically get free replays.  This year they have a simple 3 or 4- round package without replays or they have a package that offers a cheaper rate for playing just in the PM.  Classic has also partnered with East Coast Golf Management to help boost their individual course bookings since their four current courses are located so far apart.



River's Edge Golf

River’s Edge Golf


East Coast Golf Management is the new big surprise here along the Grand Strand.  This company offers 2, 3, 4, and 5-round packages that include drinks, meals, discounts in pro shops in addition to free golf balls when booking their packages.  East Coast now has 22 courses along the Grand Strand and continues to  grow.



Myrtle Beach Glen Dornoch

Glen Dornoch


The Glen’s Group is again offering their 3+5 package — pay for 3 rounds and the 4th round is free as well as pre-booked replays after 1:30 PM.  New for this year and to entice you even more, lunch is included with your round of golf.



Myrtle Beach Legends Golf

Legend’s Clubhouse


The Legend’s Group has had much success with their 5-round (or 4+1) package and will continue to offer this throughout 2014.  Buffet breakfast, lunch, and two beers are included with your rounds of golf at any of their courses.



Myrtle Beach King's North

King’s North


The National Group released the Prime Time Rewards Package last Fall and it was a huge success. This package has been extended into the Spring season and is already the most requested package.  Look for additional offerings in this package for the upcoming Fall season.



Hopefully this will give you, the golfer, a little insight into what Myrtle Beach has to offer in the Spring of 2014.  There is value out there, just ask and we can set your group up with a golf package that fits your needs.

Contact us at or 1.800.366.2073  ext. 3052 or 3051

August 2012: Top Ranked Courses in Myrtle Beach, SC

Monday, September 3rd, 2012

The Summer has come and gone and not only was it hot, the area golf courses have gotten alot of rain. With all of the rain, the courses should have their ponds full and preparing for the Fall golf season. The fall golf season in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina runs from the beginning of September to mid November.  According to, the average air temperatures in the fall is 85 degrees in September, 77 degrees in October and 69 degrees in November.

We will have to see how it all plays out with the 2012 Hurricane Season and see what happens. So lets get down to business with why you are here.

List of the top 10 golf courses in Myrtle Beach for August 2012:

1) Caledonia Golf & Fish Club – For the second consecutive month Caledonia Golf & Fish Club has been voted the #1 golf course in Myrtle Beach.

2) Tidewater Golf Club – Moved up from the #3 spot and closing in on Caledonia.

3) The Dunes Club – Moved up from #4 and is believed to have the first ever signature hole. #13 Waterloo

4) True Blue  – Dropped two spots, just flat out hard.

5) Barefoot Resort – The Dye Club – remains in the 5th spot for the second consecutive month. One of most difficult courses along the grand strand.

6) Myrtle Beach National – Kings North – Considered by locals to be the best course

in Myrtle Beach. Kings North recently reopened with Champions Ultra Dwarf.

7) Thistle Golf Club – Making a move from the 10th spot to the 7th spot. The Thistle Golf Club may be Tim Cates best design.

8) TPC of Myrtle Beach – One of three Tom Fazio designs in Myrtle Beach. The TPC of Myrtle Beach is this years host of the Championship Round for
the World Amateur Championship.

9) Pawleys Plantation  – Designed by Jack Nicklaus, Pawleys Plantation has great marsh views and is a shot makers course. In fact, Jack Nicklaus was quoted saying that he made Pawleys Plantation to difficult for the members.

10) Wild Wing – Avocet – Making its top 10 debut, Wild Wing is a great layout and the only remaining 18-course out of the four course plantation.

There you have it, the top 10 courses in Myrtle Beach for August 2012. Make sure you vote for your favorite Myrtle Beach Golf Course.

As always, fairways and greens.


Dallas does Myrtle Beach Golf

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Spirit Airlines have just announced fantastic news for all Dallas golf enthusiasts ready for a golf trip to Myrtle Beach.

As of February 3rd of 2012, Spirit Air will be scheduling flights from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport to Myrtle Beach, SC three days a week in a move that is a big boost for Dallas and its golfing residents. Dallas airport are pleased with the move, saying low cost airlines like Spirit Airlines should help increase their passenger numbers and this positivity is mirrored by Bill Golden, president of Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday. He also spoke of the benefit this would bring to the resort in terms of marketing, an advantage also expressed by Brad Dean, President and CEO of Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce who views the move as a chance to show Myrtle Beach is an affordable, accessible choice for golfers.

The addition of this direct flight to Myrtle Beach from Dallas, TX will boost the local economy, as well as stimulate further growth of the Myrtle Beach International Airport. As of the start date, passengers can fly to Myrtle Beach every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday in approximately two to two and a half hours via non-stop flights. Currently this is advertised as being from 3:50pm to 7:30pm on the outbound journey and 8:10 to 10:15 for the return. Not only is this new service convenient, it is cheap too. The airlines are providing a introductory rate of just $28.79 for a one way ticket.

These added departures and promised low costs mean that there has been no better time than now for all golfers in Dallas to book a trip with Spirit Airlines, and no easier way to come and enjoy another wonderful Myrtle Beach golf trip.

Top Myrtle Beach Golf Course Rankings for May 2011

Monday, June 6th, 2011

The following is the Top 10 Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach for the Month of May 2011. These rankings are compiled from visitors voting on the website.

The Thistle Golf Club and True Blue Golf Course make there debut this month in our Top 10 Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach.

The Grande Dunes Members Club drops out of the Top 10 after two consecutive months

The Pearl East Golf Course dropped out of the Top 10 after being there for only one month.

1. The Dunes Club – Voted #1 for three consecutive months.

2. Barefoot Dye – Remains #2 for the second consecutive month.

3.  Bald Head Island – Moved up one spot from #4.

4. Heritage Club – Moved down one spot from #3.

5. Caledonia – Moved up one spot from #6.

6. TPC of Myrtle Beach – Moved down one spot from #5.

7. World Tour – Remains #7 for second consecutive month.

8. Glen Dornoch – Remains #8 for second consecutive month.

9. Thistle – We welcome Thistle to the Top 10.

10. True Blue – we welcome True Blue to the Top 10.

Click here to Cast your vote for the Top Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach