With convenient and well-appointed accommodations located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, and a course selection that includes several of the Grand Strand’s most requested designs, Myrtle Beach Golf Desk’s Rewards Package remains a go-to favorite of visiting golfers planning a spring 2018 getaway.
Your course selections include some of the area’s best designs, among them:
- Grande Dunes Resort Course, co-host of the 2014 PGA Professional National Championship with several holes that border the scenic Intracoastal Waterway.
- TPC Myrtle Beach, site of the 2000 Senior Tour Championship which hosts Dustin Johnson’s World Junior Golf Championship each year.
- King’s North at Myrtle Beach National, an Arnold Palmer design featuring some of the Grand Strand’s most iconic holes like No. 6 – “The Gambler,” an adventurous par 5 with an island fairway that offers tantalizing opportunity for eagle.
With lodging at Myrtlewood Villas in a 2-bed/2-bath golf villa, additional golf options are just outside your doorstep. Myrtlewood Golf Club’s Palmetto and Pinehills courses are among the area’s most requested designs for their quality, playability and central location. Just a few blocks away, “The Granddaddy” awaits – Pine Hills Country Club, the area’s very first golf club, rich in history and tradition with Scottish garb-clad staff and a course design from the PGA of America’s first president, Robert White.
Base pricing for spring 2018 play (including rounds of golf at Burning Ridge Golf Club, Aberdeen Country Club, SouthCreek at Myrtle Beach National and West Course at Myrtle Beach National and three nights’ lodging at Myrtlewood Villas) starts at just $400 per golfer. Pricing will vary depending on which of the 22 Founders Collection course options you ultimately choose.
But at any course you play on the Rewards Package, each golfer in your group gets to redeem a special bonus gift: a $100 Rewards Card, which can be used for purchasing food and beverage, merchandise and more at each participating course clubhouse.