For the best in South Carolina golf experiences, head to the shoreline and specifically Myrtle Beach. There are myriad Myrtle golf courses as well as attractions for the non-golfers in the family. Your hardest job will be to narrow down the Myrtle Beach golf courses where you want to schedule a tee time. Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday can help – their web site shows 85 courses and accommodations close to them. They’ll also send you a free golf planner by request.
To start that planning, you can pencil in Calabash's Brunswick Plantation and Golf Resort, where all levels of golfer will be challenged by the 27 holes of reasonably priced duffing. Peak month rates don't go above $40 for greens fees and super packages abound.
The Long Bay Resort in Myrtle Beach offers a Jack Nicklaus designed course that is long and tricky, but also quite rewarding. With such a plethora of golfing options along the "Grand Strand," the savvy golf-buyer will find tremendous package deals with just a little bit of on-line shopping and comparing. Don't settle for mini-golf at such a maxi-golf site as Myrtle Beach.