Fall is here..Time for a Myrtle Beach Golf Vacation

Even though I live in California, and we have golf year round here, I always look forward to this time of year to take a short golf vacation to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. I’m sure those of you who live in cooler climates could also use a nice golf vacation to a warmer climate. Not only is the weather in Myrtle Beach still very nice thru October and November, but there are great deals to be had and Myrtle Beach has has the largest number of courses per square mile than anywhere else in the United States. It’s a golfers mecca.

For those of you golfers out there who have never taken a golf vacation to Myrtle Beach, you don’t know what you’re missing. There are many great packages available for 3 day stays all the way up to 10 day packages which include golf at some of the premium courses, which are normally in the $150+ dollar range in the peak season.

Now I know this sounds like a sales pitch, but I have no affiliation with any of these courses or golf packages, I just wanted to pass along some information in case you’re looking to take a golf vacation to Myrtle Beach this fall / winter season. I love it down there and hope to retire there someday. Here’s a list of some of the best courses and places to stay in Myrtle. I hope you enjoy. I’ll be back there in February too, so hopefully I’ll see you there.

Top Myrtle Beach Golf Courses:

Grande Dunes golf course
Myrtle Beach National golf course
Oyster Bay golf course
The Glens golf courses – 4 courses
The Legends Moorland
Kings North golf course
World Tour golf course

Top Myrtle Beach Golf Vacation Packages:

The Legends Premium Package Myrtle Beach golf vacation

MBGolf.com Super Package Myrtle Beach golf vacation
Long Bay Resort and Golf Myrtle Beach golf vacation
TPC Myrtle Beach Package Myrtle Beach golf Vacation

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3 Replies to “Fall is here..Time for a Myrtle Beach Golf Vacation”
  • Craig
    October 3, 2007 at 12:00 pm

    Some very good recommendations here! For those who want more, we have an entire section of expert and unbiased reviews of Myrtle Beach golf courses, resorts and restaurants at:


  • Bill Roberts
    October 16, 2007 at 1:12 pm

    Yes, I have played most of your recommended courses. However, a trip to Myrtle Beach is not complete until you have played the Pete Dye designed “PRESTWICK”G&CC it’s worth the trip alone.

  • Orange Coast Fleet
    October 18, 2007 at 12:24 am

    That is a very nice course as well. Thanks for the suggestion.

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