Golfing in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach is home to some of the most beautiful and challenging golf courses on the coast, and is a hot-spot for teeing-off, bringing regulars back year after year. SPM Resorts has built strong relationships with many of the courses in the area. SPM Resorts offers guests discounted tee times.

As a whole, the Myrtle Beach properties are affiliated with National Golf Management, and guests can book 48 hours or less in advance of desired tee time.If you’re staying on the south end of town, check out True Blue at Caledonia in Pawleys Island. The course was ranked No. 1 in Myrtle Beach by Golf Digest, and the Lowcountry setting adds beauty and a historical charm to your game.

Also check out the Caledonia Golf and Fish Club course while you’re there.Visitors staying toward the north end of the Grand Strand should check out the Grande Dunes Resort Club. An 18-hole course which was named the “National Golf Course of the Year” by the National Golf Course Owners Association of America in 2009, the Resort Club course boasts views of the Intracoastal Waterway, the Grande Dunes Marina and is superior to other courses.

When you’re finished golfing, don’t leave without a visit to the grandiose club house, which features locker rooms, a golf shop, a large dining area and an outdoor patio.Some other courses guests can receive special rates to include Arcadian Shores, Litchfield Country Club, Meadowlands and Wachesaw East. Check with your resort’s front desk for a full course list and more information.

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