Local Knowledge: Top 5 Restaurants at Broadway at the Beach

You could go to a different restaurant at Broadway at the Beach every night for three weeks before you had to eat at the same place twice. That's the best thing about taking your foursome to the popular entertainment, shopping and dining complex on a Myrtle Beach golf trip; when some want surf and others want turf, you can... Read More »
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Hot List: Top 5 Places to Eat Breakfast in Myrtle Beach

You shouldn't step up to the tee box until you've had the most important meal of the day, and golfers in the Myrtle Beach area are in luck. You can get breakfast any time during a Myrtle Beach golftrip, and the prices are insane. Some offer golfer specials - pancakes, eggs, bacon and sausage and toast for as low as $2.99,... Read More »
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Local Knowledge: Top 5 Restaurants at Market Common

Market Common is a trendy urban shopping district, and it tastes like one too. Featuring some of the Grand Strand's best dining, Market Common is a great place to go for a night out on your next Myrtle Beach golf trip. Here are five restaurants in Market Common where you can't go wrong: * Divine Prime is Market Common’s... Read More »
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Hot List: Top 5 Restaurants at Barefoot Resort

Barefoot Landing has long been known as one of the prime entertainment centers on the Myrtle Beach golf scene, but the restaurant lineup is also drawing crowds these days. Several new eateries have opened at Barefoot in recent years. Here are five that won't let you down: * Fire Island Grille: Experience a taste of the... Read More »
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Inside the Blakely Golf Association: How to Plan a Large Golf Trip

The Blakely Golf Association took its first Myrtle Beach golf trip in 1984, and a group that started with a couple of high school friends has grown to include players from 13 states. Like so many groups, the BGA has distinct characteristics that make it special to participants. The BGA trip is longer than most – 8 days –... Read More »
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Local Knowledge: Myrtle Beach's Top 5 Mexican Restaurants

Looking for something with a little kick after chasing the little white ball around on your next Myrtle Beach golftrip? Whether you want to spice it up for lunch and dinner or chill out with frozen margaritas, Myrtle Beach has your taste buds covered if its Mexican fare you crave. The typical momasita-and-pop shops can be... Read More »
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Trip Winner Plays With Blair O'Neal, Gets Glimpse at Dream Life

Matthew Killen, a senior golfer at Newberry (S.C.) College, has always dreamed of playing his favorite sport professionally. The native of England got a small taste of life as pro in the Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am in North Myrtle Beach. As the winner of a nationwide contest to play in the 18th annual... Read More »
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Hot List: The Grand Strand's Top 5 Late-Night Restaurants

Taking a Myrtle Beach golf trip involves making the most of your time, and that includes the occasional late night meal. Whether your flight arrives or departs at odd hours or you are an early bird or night owl on the prowl for food, there are plenty of places where you can chow down at all hours of the night. Here are my... Read More »
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Island Vista Offers Golfers an Oasis

Set in the quiet Ocean Forest residential neighborhood, Island Vista is truly like staying on an island, because of the absence of oceanfront development in either direction. Guests feel like they have the beach to themselves on a Myrtle Beach golf trip. After undergoing recent renovations that upgraded the hotel to luxury... Read More »
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Market Common is Myrtle Beach's Newest Hot Spot

There’s a new “must do” on your Myrtle Beach golf trip – the Market Common complex on the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base.Once a vacant reminder of the Air Force’s half-century presence on the Grand Strand, the old base has been transformed into a city landscape filled with shopping, dining and entertainment.Whether your... Read More »
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Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort Offers Luxury, Relaxation

True Southern charm and hospitality await if your next Myrtle Beach golf trip takes you to Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort in Pawleys Island, which is just a short drive but a world away from the bright lights of Myrtle Beach. Located in a lovely lowcountry setting, Litchfield Beach features first-class accommodations that... Read More »
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Ocean Creek Offers Privacy, Easy Access to a Good Time

Ocean Creek Resort in North Myrtle Beach is a 57-acre paradise for individuals looking to get away from it all; but, it's also located in the heart of one of the Grand Strand's most active scenes for those who want to explore. Featuring fine accommodations that range from hotel-style suites to villas and beach homes and... Read More »
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Kingston Plantation Offers Guests a Taste of Everything

Accommodations on a Myrtle Beach golf getaway don’t get much better than a stay at Kingston Plantation, which is an island to itself amid a sea of some of the Grand Strand's best layouts. With a wide range of accommodations to suit your needs and top-notch amenities that include its own water park and other recreational... Read More »
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New Attractions Add Even More Fun To A Myrtle Beach Golf Trip

Even annual visitors on a Myrtle Beach golf package noticed some changes to the city's skyline and social scene in 2011.The relatively new Myrtle Beach Boardwalk that spans more than a mile in the downtown district continued to grow by leaps and bounds, and last summer it did so vertically.The new oceanfront SkyWheel opened... Read More »
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Oyster Bay is a Gem

Located in Sunset Beach, N.C., just over the Carolina border from North Myrtle Beach, Oyster Bay offers one of Myrtle Beach golf’s most relaxing settings, but players need to be prepared for strong test of golf Designed in 1983 by Dan Maples, Oyster Bay features the coastal terrain of maritime forests, marshes and inlets... Read More »
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Eighteen isn't Enough: Myrtle Beach Golf Courses That Offer 27 Holes

What's better than playing 18 holes at a Myrtle Beach golf course? Playing 27. With 100+ courses on the Grand Strand, only a handful are 27-hole facilities that offer players their choice of combinations to play without having to drive anywhere but the fairways and the cart paths. Eight Myrtle Beach layouts boast... Read More »
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International Club Brings Quality, Value to Myrtle Beach Golf Trip

The official title says it’s the International Club of Myrtle Beach, but it's technically located in Murrells Inlet, an historic fishing village just 20 miles south of the Sun Fun City. But International Club seems like a world away from the bright lights and big city. The natural beauty of the South Carolina Lowcountry... Read More »
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Myrtle Beach's North Strand is a Golfers Paradise

Golfers travel from all over the world to tee it up in Myrtle Beach. Many choose to go the extra mile by playing and staying at a North Strand golf resort. Extending from just north of the Myrtle Beach city limits to beyond the North Carolina border, the North Strand offers all the great accommodations and amenities of the... Read More »
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South Strand Golf Trip Offers Casual Charm

Many players take a Myrtle Beach golf vacation to escape the hustle and bustle of home. Others escape the hustle and bustle of Myrtle Beach at a South Strand golf resort. Stretching from Surfside Beach to Georgetown, the South Strand has all the great accommodations of Myrtle Beach in a more laid-back environment. Whether... Read More »
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Myrtle Beach's Favorite Witch Casts Spell on Golfers

Don't let the name fool you. The Witch Golf Club may sound like something golfers don't want to touch with a 10-foot driver, but it's a great course for those who want a good challenge on their next Myrtle Beach golf vacation. Just as in the classic movie "The Wizard Of Oz," there are good witches and wicked ones. The... Read More »
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