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There are some places that are simply synonymous with golf and – in the U.S. – Myrtle Beach is one such place. Beautiful beaches, the charm of the southern coast, and championship level golf come together to create a truly unique and memorable golf vacation experience.
Triangle Golfers offer a variety of Golf Packages in the Myrtle Beach area – each designed to provide you with the ultimate golf experience that is customized for your very particular tastes. Our Myrtle Beach Golf Vacations include world-class courses in the Myrtle Beach Grand Strand area – including Brunswick County, North Carolina; over 90 Myrtle Beach golf courses from which to choose.
Whether you’re a longtime golf enthusiast or a weekend warrior who takes every opportunity to sharpen your skills, chances are that you enjoy challenging yourself at a variety of courses. You appreciate the nuances that define the personality of each hole and enjoy exploring the details that make each course unique in its own right. Spectacular golf courses make their homes around the world.
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The Myrtle Beach area is your #1 golf destination not only because of its 100 golf courses but also for its best pricing possible!
In fact, Myrtle Beach golf is so renowned that golfers from all over the world have made it a much sought-after golf destination. These golf courses are broken up into 5 areas including; North Myrtle Beach, Myrtle Beach, South Strand, Conway and North Carolina.
From beginner to advanced there is a course right for you! Triangle Golfers makes visiting this beautiful area easy, affordable, and fun with our golf packages.
North Myrtle Beach
North Myrtle Beach doesn’t sound much different from Myrtle Beach but its golf courses have their own unique layout and beautiful natural wildlife. The North Myrtle Beach golf courses range from forgiving to difficult.
Whether you are a recreational golfer or looking to turn Pro, North Myrtle Beach has over 30 different courses to choose from. This area is known for its gorgeous views of the waterway like Barefoot Norman and Tidewater.
Myrtle Beach Golf Courses offer a wide variety and are known for their diverse layouts and beautiful greens!
Some of the more popular courses are Pine Lakes Country Club, World Tour Golf Links and King’s North at Myrtle Beach National.
The South Grand Strand Golf Courses are known for their beautiful plantations, peaceful views of the saltwater marshes and live oaks covered in Spanish moss. It’s the perfect place to get away from the busy Myrtle Beach and play a peaceful upscale round of golf.
Jack Nicklaus, Tom Fazio and Mike Strantz are just a few of the designers who helped make these courses so diverse. Caledonia Golf and Fish Club, True Blue and Pawleys Plantation are just a few of the popular courses in this area.
Besides being the home of the General James Hackler course at Coastal Carolina University, Conway has some of the most popular golf courses in the area! The Conway Golf Courses are known for their well-kept courses and great rates!
There are many options like The Wild Wing Plantation and The Witch Golf Links. Also, just down the road is Legends Golf, which has 3 different courses to choose from. Local and visitor favorites are King’s North at Myrtle Beach National, Legends Golf, World Tour and Man O’ War Golf Club.
North Carolina has more than 20 championship courses just a short drive from where you’re staying. They have courses that suit every level of play – from beginner to professional. You can play golf all year round with a variety of back drops: breath-taking mountains, rolling hills, and beautiful beaches. Many of the North Carolina golf courses are more than 50 years old! So be prepared for narrow fairways and lots of trees!
Take a look at the map below to see which courses are close to your accommodations.
If you are planning your golf trip to Myrtle Beach, keep in mind that there is a HUGE variety of accommodations and lodging! First you have to decide which end of the beach you want to stay on:
• Myrtle Beach
• North Myrtle Beach
• Surfside Beach
• Garden City
• Murrells Inlet
• Pawleys Island
• North Carolina
Then you have to choose the type of accommodations:
• Oceanfront Resorts
• Vacation Rentals
• Condo Rentals
• Beach Homes
• Golf Villas
We know this can be overwhelming… that’s why Triangle Golfers have made it easy by putting together Golf and Lodging Packages specifically tailored just for you.
North Myrtle Beach
North Myrtle Beach hotels are one of a variety of lodging choices for your Myrtle Beach Golf Vacation! Choose from Oceanfront Hotels, High-Rise Resorts, Condo Rentals, Vacation Rentals, and Golf Villas. There are more than 12,500 rental units available in North Myrtle Beach so you will definitely be able to find something that fits your needs.
North Myrtle Beach is one of the primary tourist towns along the Grand Strand so there’s plenty to do if you decide to stay in North Myrtle Beach. Stop by Barefoot Landing which currently has over 100 stores, restaurants, and attractions including House of Blues and Alligator Adventure.
If you want to stay right in the middle of everything, Myrtle Beach is for you! You can get to either end of the beach in a reasonable amount of time – all the way from North Myrtle Beach to Pawleys Island. It’s also not a bad drive if you decide to go inland and visit Conway, South Carolina. We deal with the best Myrtle Beach hotels along the Grand Strand.
Myrtle Beach can be considered a Golf Destination, a Spring Break Destination, a Retirement Community, and a Family Vacation Spot! There are hundreds of restaurants and stores in Myrtle Beach. Check out Broadway at the Beach for shopping, food, and night life.
Surfside Beach and Garden City Beach are popular vacation spots for families because of the variety of beach homes and condos that overlook pristine, beautiful beaches. There are houses of all shapes and sizes available for rent on the South Strand… it just depends on what you want! The South Grand Strand hotels and condos are a bit smaller than those a bit north, but the beaches are much less crowded!
Murrells Inlet is the seafood capital of South Carolina. You can stay right on the inlet if you like!
Pawleys Island is the southern most end of the Grand Strand. It’s close enough to all of the attractions of Myrtle Beach, but it’s definitely out of the way. You can stay in a vacation rental, a resort, or at a historic plantation.
There’s a huge variety of places to stay in North Carolina… a bed and breakfast, campsite, hotel or resort, beach house or mountain cabin rental. There is so much to do and see in North Carolina! Our relationships with the best North Carolina hotels ensure that you will have a comfortable stay!
Calabash is a small coastal community just north of the South Carolina border. Calabash is the seafood capital of North Carolina and it’s just a short drive from Myrtle Beach. So why not take a drive up and see what it has to offer?