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Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Aberdeen Country Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Angels Trace Golf Links
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Arcadian Shores Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Arrowhead Country Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Azalea Sands Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Barefoot Resort and Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Barefoot Resort-Dye
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Bay Tree Golf Plantation
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Beachwood Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Black Bear Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Blackmoor Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Brunswick Plantation & Golf Links
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Burning Ridge Golf Course
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Caledonia Golf & Fish Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Carolina Shores Golf Course
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Carolinas Country Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Colonial Charters Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Conway Country Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Crow Creek Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Crown Park Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Cypress Bay Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Deer Track Golf Resort
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Diamond Back Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Eagle Nest Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - EastPort Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Farmstead Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Glen Dornoch Golf Links
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Grande Dunes Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Harbour View Golf Complex
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Heather Glen Golf Links
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Heritage Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Heron Point Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Indigo Creek Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - International Club of Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Island Green Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Links at Indian Wells
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Litchfield Country Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Long Bay Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Man O'War
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Meadowlands Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Myrtle Beach National Golf Course
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Myrtlewood Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Northern Pines
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Oyster Bay Golf Links
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Pawleys Plantation
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Pearl Golf Links
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Pine Lakes Int'l Country Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Possum Trot Golf Course
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Prestwick Country Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Quail Creek Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - River Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - River Hills Golf & Country Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - River Oaks Golf Plantation
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Sandpiper Bay Golf & Country Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Sea Trail Golf Links
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Shaftesbury Glen Golf and Fish Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Surf Golf & Beach Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - The Dunes Golf & Beach Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - The Legends Golf Complex
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - The Members Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - The Reserve Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - The Tradition Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - The Witch Golf Links
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - The Wizard
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Thistle Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Tidewater Country Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - TPC of Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - True Blue Plantation
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Tupelo Bay Golf Complex
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Wachesaw Plantation Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Wachesaw Plantation East Golf Course
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Waterway Hills Golf Club
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Whispering Pines
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Wicked Stick Golf Links
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Wild Wing Plantation
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - Willbrook Plantation
Myrtle Beach Golf Course - World Tour Golf Links
 

Myrtle Beach Golf

Many hundreds of thousands of people head south each year for Myrtle Beach golf. It's true that the Grand Strand area, and especially Myrtle Beach, has over 100 golf courses. Myrtle Beach golf is synonymous with sunshine, good times and fun for everyone.

Many Myrtle Beach golf courses offer special vacation packages that include accommodations and food. Some Myrtle Beach golf courses put together packages that include round-trip airfare. Other Myrtle Beach golf courses work deals with local hotels and condos.

Myrtle Beach golf is different than golfing in northern states. In the summers up north, and the winters, the ground gets very hard and balls travel further. Myrtle Beach golf is not so forgiving. The ground is softer, and the air more humid, so when golfing in Myrtle Beach, keep this in mind so you don't get frustrated with higher scores than you are used to.

If you are thinking that a Myrtle Beach golf package is not right for you, then you should reconsider. With a good Myrtle Beach golf package you can save hundreds of dollars. Myrtle Beach golf packages not only save you money, but they also save you time. The more time you save, the more you can be enjoying Myrtle Beach golf!

Myrtle Beach is a city in Horry County, South Carolina, United States. Myrtle Beach is located in a region known as the Grand Strand, that stretches from Georgetown, South Carolina to Little River, South Carolina. The population was 22,759 at the 2000 census. The metropolitan population is counted at 196,629 in 2000. Combining all three counties (Horry, Georgetown, and Brunswick, NC), the metro population is 346,548. Myrtle Beach is the largest community in The Grand Strand, a major tourist destination along the South Atlantic seaboard of the United States, widely known for its wide beaches, large selection of challenging golf links, excellent seafood restaurants, and outlet-style shopping activities. For this reason, the Myrtle Beach area attracts over 14 million visitors a year.

The Myrtle Beach area is served by the Myrtle Beach International Airport, located on the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base base on the south side of town. The airport opened in 1976 and has served the Myrtle Beach area continuously, even after the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base closed. Hooters Air began operating out of Myrtle Beach in early 2003, only to be closed in early 2006 due to rising airline prices and the airline industry as a whole.

Shopping:

  • Coastal Grand Mall One of the area's most recent retail malls is Coastal Grand Mall, which is located at the intersection of U.S. Highway 17 bypass and Hwy 501. At 1.5 million square feet, Coastal Grand is supposedly the largest mall in South Carolina.
  • Tanger Outlet Center There are two Tanger Outlet shopping malls, one located off of Hwy 501 and another near the intersection of Hwy 17 and the Veteran's Hwy 22.
  • Broadway at the Beach Located in the center of Myrtle Beach, Broadway at the Beach opened in 1995 and is the hub of Myrtle Beach shopping.
  • Barefoot Landing Located in North Myrtle Beach, this shopping center also includes Barefoot Resorts and residential areas west of the waterway.
  • Inlet Square Mall Located near Murrells Inlet, this shopping mall has a 12 screen movie theater, and a children's play area in the food court.

Attractions:

Broadway at the Beach which is located on the north side of the city is known widely for its restaurants and all kinds of entertainment venues such as Ripley's Aquarium and NASCAR Speedpark. At the heart of downtown located right off of U.S. Route 501 there is the Myrtle Beach Pavilion which is a major amusement park in the area that draws a great number of visitors and locals. In the spring of 2006 Burroughs & Chapin, the company that owns the Pavilion announced that it is slated for closing at the end of the 2006 season.

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. (2006, August 25). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 13:29, August 28, 2006, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myrtle_beach
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