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Golf escapes to Myrtle become easier with eight new direct flights

Monday, April 30th, 2012

Myrtle Beachs' New Non Stop Flights

Dream of playing the challenging links on famed Myrtle Beach courses but don’t want the hassle or expense
of flying in? If you live in or near Cincinnati, Cleveland, Toledo, and Columbus, Ohio; Indianapolis; Louisville; Nashville; or Springfield, Ill., your dreams have just come closer to reality! Starting May 31 through Oct. 31, Vision Airlines will provide non-stop 737 jet service to Myrtle Beach. Fares will start at $109 each-way, including all taxes and fees, according to a recent press release from Vision Airlines.

“We are excited to welcome Vision Airlines to MYR and we are confident that the markets that they’ve chosen will provide terrific opportunities for both Vision Airlines and our destination,” said Mike La Pier, Director of Airports, MYR. “We are pleased to partner with Vision Air to introduce all that Myrtle Beach can offer to a new and much greater audience,” added La Pier.

In the past, passengers traveling to Myrtle Beach have had to endure long layovers, hours in the car, very expensive fares, and flying on cramped regional jets. Vision Airlines’ non-stop, big jet, Boeing 737 service will save passengers time and money. And it’s PERFECT for golfers too that want to come in for a weekend visit and hop back out for our fall 2012 golf season. (check out the packages below)

Vision Airlines has been in operation for more than 18 years offering low-cost flights to the most popular leisure destinations.

Vision Airplane on the ground“Vision Airlines’ new, non-stop flights to Myrtle Beach are another step in providing low-cost air service to fantastic vacation destinations. The great golf courses and family-friendly beaches make Myrtle Beach an excellent vacation value,” said David Meers, Senior Vice President of Vision Airlines. “Vision Airlines’ non-stop, big jet, Boeing 737 service will save passengers time and money, making flying a more attractive option for traveling to Myrtle Beach this summer.”

Tickets and information are available at or through the Vision Airlines Call Center at 1-877-FLY-A-JET (1-877-359-2538).

After you have chosen your flight, consider one of these exciting golf getaway packages for a long weekend – fly in, play and fly out!

Sea Trail – 3 Rounds – Free Lunch at clubhouse each day and Free Replays

In nearby Sunset Beach, NC the Rees Jones course boasts generous mounded fairways, bordered by scenic lakes and water hazards on 11 holes, old oaks and towering pine trees.

Legends – 3 Rounds – Free Breakfast, Free Lunch and 2 Beers at Clubhouse each day

The Scottish-inspired Legends Golf and Resort offers five of the best golf courses available in the Myrtle Beach area and the state of South Carolina.

Mystical – 3 Rounds – Free Lunch & 2 Beers at Clubhouse each day

The Wizard, The Witch and Man ‘O War golf courses are run by Mystical Golf, headed up by Claude Pardue. Each of the three courses has its own unique clubhouse, theme and look. And the golf courses, though two share the same property, are completely different as well.

For details on these packages, give us a call!

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Course Feature: Ray Floyd’s Arrowhead Country Club a ‘must play’ in Myrtle Beach

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

Arrowhead Country Club

I had a chance to play Arrowhead Country Club yesterday and was amazed right from the start. From the cart staff to sinking the final putt on the 18th hole, my group definitely had a great time out there.

There are at least 5 different holes that have a view of the Intracoastal Waterway. The switch from bent grass to the new mini verde hybrid was a great choice for the greens too! It’s much more tolerant for our Myrtle Beach climate and is an excellent putting surface. The staff kept the course in great shape too, with the bunkers edged and the fairways nice and plush.

World Golf Hall of Fame inductee and Carolina native Ray Floyd teamed with Golf Course Architect Tom Jackson in 1994 to design Arrowhead Country Club in “Golf Town, USA”  Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.  Arrowhead Country Club is one of eleven 27-hole faciltes on the Grand Strand with the Cypress, Lakes and Waterway nines. The course features Bermuda fairways and newly renovated hybrid Mini Verde Bermuda Grass Greens, practice facilty and Intracoastal Waterway Views on the Cypress and Waterway nines.

Arrowhead Country Club is centrally located in Myrtle Beach and one of the closest courses to the Myrtle Beach International Airport. With four sets of tees, wide fairways and undulating greens, Arrowhead Country is a “must play golf course in Myrtle Beach.” It was even voted “Golf Course of the Year” in 1998.  Being so close to the airport is great for the businessman who wants to play a round too.  Plus, Arrowhead has showers on the facility, so you can clean up before your flight home.

The course is located just off Hwy 501 before you get to Myrtle Beach.

The Golf Course That Started It All

Thursday, May 21st, 2009

Myrtle Beach is possibly the best place to golf in all of North America. At this one location, there are dozens of great golf courses to play, many of which have been designed by legends of the game. To play in Myrtle Beach is to play in the mecca of golf. It is a pilgrimage every golf lover should make at some point in their lives. To play a game of golf at some courses in Myrtle Beach is to play in golf heaven.

It was not always this way for Myrtle Beach. In fact, it wasn’t until 1927 when the first golf course in Myrtle Beach opened that the entire region took a different turn and became the one-stop shop for the golf enthusiast. Myrtle Beach has grown from that first golf course and become the golf capital of the world. In all, there are 120 golf courses, where 4.2 million rounds of golf were played last year, an increase of 500,000 over 2007 alone!

What was the golf course that started it all? It was the Pine Lakes Country Club, the oldest course in Myrtle Beach. In the 1920s, several businessmen got together to begin building an upscale beach tourist destination called Arcady. This would eventually become known as the Pine Lakes Country Club and Ocean Forest Hotel when it opened in 1927. This golf course has seen many great players, including the legendary Sam Snead, regarded as possibly the greatest golfer who has ever lived. Even the high profile families of the Vanderbilts and Rockerfellers have played there, as has Gene Sarazen, who has a plaque dedicated to him on the 10th hole.

The club has a strong Scottish tradition, and you can even get a lesson in the history of the club from a starter in a kilt, who will tell you everything you want to know before you tee off. For its history and its legend, this course has become a favorite of golfers in Myrtle Beach, even 81 years after it opened.

Built upon natural dunes, and using freshwater lakes and rolling fairways, legendary architect Robert White, who also was the first president of the PGA, created a course that has been played by generations of golfers, all of whom were left in awe of this course.

While it has gone through many renovations, the Granddaddy of Myrtle Beach golf continues to be the golf course every golfer must play at least once in their lives.


Thursday, June 5th, 2008

Ranked among the best courses in the Myrtle Beach area, the North course at Myrtle Beach National also know as Kings North is one of Arnold Palmer`s best courses. In 1996 the Arnold Palmer Design group gave the course a complete make over, which to this day is one of the Grand Strands Top Golf Courses.Myrtle Beahc National Island Green 2 Kings North

I got to play this EXCELLENT CONDITION GOLF COURSE and would like to first and foremost thank the Myrtle Beach National Company for allowing me to come play. From Tee to Green, the golf course was in excellent condition and would like to let the Superintendent know how good of a job he is doing! Sometimes, those guys do not get enough credit.

Kings North has some great holes, which make this course one of the most requested courses in Myrtle Beach.

With names for three of the hole starting with, the Par 5, 6th hole nick-named “The Gambler” which has an island fairway that is also a shortcut to the green that can be reached in two, but defiantly check the wind.

Kings North

The 18th Hole Par 4, known as “The Bullseye” has over 40 Bunkers and with a pond on the right side of the green, makes this a great finishing hole.

Kings North can be added to the North Myrtle Beach, Supreme and Myrtle Beach National Packages.


4900 National Dr.

Myrtle Beach, SC 29579