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Photo Gallery: Final Round of the Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic

The third annual Preseason Classic, a 54-hole two-man team event, is in the books. Two-hundred golfers from across the country, made the trek to Myrtle Beach to participate in the 4th annual event. Enjoy a look at final round action from Lion's Paw at Ocean Ridge Plantation.

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Photo Gallery: Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic

The second round of the 2018 Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic is in the books. Enjoy a look at action from Caledonia Golf & Fish Club. The 54-hole, two-man team event will conclude at Lion's Paw and Crow Creek. 

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Photo Gallery: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic

The second round of the 2018 Myrtle Beach Fall Classic is in the books. Enjoy a look at action from Caledonia Golf & Fish Club. The 54-hole, two-man team event will conclude at Crow Creek and Crow Creek. 

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Video Feature Spotlight: TPC Myrtle Beach

Join us on an awe-inspiring video tour of one of the Grand Strand’s premier designs: TPC Myrtle Beach, home to golf championships of the pros and aspiring pros – including those competing in the 3rd Annual Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship in February 2018.

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TPC Myrtle Beach continues to carry on the TPC legacy of a premier property the pros call home.

TPC Myrtle Beach offers a memorable playing experience full of natural wildlife designed by famed architect, Tom Fazio, alongside player consultant, Lanny Wadkins. Opened in 1999, this challenging layout offers everything players look for: beautifully framed holes, meticulous shape and abundant wildlife, with turkey, deer, fox squirrels and numerous types of birds commonly seen every day.

Just recently offered is the newest wave taking the game … GolfBoards! Come experience a whole new way to enjoy the game … hop on, surf down the fairway and enjoy an incredible experience that’ll make your friends jealous!

With water in play on 10 holes, every aspect of your game will be challenged – none more than on the final three holes, with water in play off the tee on 16, an island green par 3 17th and a risk/reward par five to finish with water in play the entire length of the 18th.

As a member course of the PGA Tour’s Tournament Players Club network, this championship-proven facility hosted the season-ending 2000 Senior PGA Tour Championship event. TPC Myrtle Beach offers the very best of the Grand Strand, a Tom Fazio design, set amongst natural beauty with a relaxed, causal Carolina feel.

Play where the pros play at TPC Myrtle Beach … a premier property in Murrells Inlet on the Grand Strand!

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Five Reasons TPC Myrtle Beach Delivers a Tour Quality Experience

http://www.myrtlebeachgolfholiday.com/courses/grande-dunes-golf-club/The TPC brand is one of golf’s strongest, one players immediately associate with the PGA Tour and quality.

The expectation of courses built under the TPC banner is they will provide a Tour quality experience, and TPC Myrtle Beach delivers on that promise. The layout hosted the Senior PGA Tour Championship less than a year after opening and has been one of the Grand Strand’s premier facilities ever since.

If the Tom Fazio design is part of your next Myrtle Beach golf package (and it comes highly recommended), here is what you need to know:

TPC Myrtle Beach delivers a tour-quality experience

Be a Pro for a Day
From the driving range to the locker room, TPC courses are designed to host the world’s best players, so make sure you soak up the entire experience. Golf Channel travel guru Matt Ginella has ranked TPC Myrtle Beach among his top 5 TPC properties, so that gives you an idea about the type of day that awaits.

Playing smart is a key to success at tpc myrtle beach

Play Smart and Well
This is a stiff test of golf, but architect Tom Fazio wisely installed three sets of tees between 5,783 and 6,600 yards (the truly brave can step back to 7,000). Set your ego aside and play the tees most suited to your game and you will find TPC to be as fun as it is challenging. Remember, the greens tend to be elevated and protected by either water or sand, so you will need to fly the ball to the putting surface, further enhancing the importance of playing from the proper distance.

the par 5 18th is a great finishing hole at TPC myrtle beach

Saving the Best for Last
The layout is strong throughout, but the day reaches a crescendo with the par 3 17th and par 5 18th. The 17th features a peninsula green that is vaguely reminiscent of golf’s most famed island green at TPC Sawgrass, so trust your swing and try to stay dry. On the finishing hole, a creek bisects the fairway approximately 250 yards from the white tees and it empties into a lake that runs up the left side of the hole. The 18th is an exhilarating finish to an outstanding round of golf.

dustin johnson called tpc myrtle beach home for years

Was that Dustin Johnson?
If you see Dustin Johnson, the world’s No. 1 ranked player, at TPC Myrtle Beach, it shouldn’t come as a complete surprise. DJ called the course home for years and his namesake golf school and junior golf tournament are hosted at TPC Myrtle Beach. Even if he isn’t there, make sure you take a few minutes to enjoy the trophies he has won that are on display in the clubhouse.

the 17th is one of tpc myrtle beach most memorable holes

Go Platinum at TPC
There are numerous packages that feature TPC Myrtle Beach, but let me recommend the Platinum Stay-and-Play Experience. Accommodations are at Marina Inn at Grande Dunes, the area’s only 4-Diamond property, and you get to play your choice of Founders Group’s 22 courses. Starting at just 4 per day, you can pair TPC with layouts like Pawleys Plantation, King’s North and Grande Dunes, among many others, to create a dream trip.

TPC Myrtle Beach, which has been ranked among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses, will help make your next golf trip an unforgettable one.

Source: Recent Myrtle Beach Golf News


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Video Spotlight: The Dye Club at Barefoot Resort

There’s a reason why so many visiting golfers, year after year, flock to Barefoot Resort to play this Pete Dye masterpiece. In this sensational video presentation, join us on a tour of a course that has the Myrtle Beach golf scene abuzz.

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There’s little doubt why Pete Dye remains one of the most recognized golf course architects of his time.

And within the gated community of the Dye Estates at Barefoot Resort lies yet another design masterpiece.

Situated in North Myrtle Beach, The Dye Club at Barefoot Resort welcomes you to come enjoy a memorable golf experience. Expansive fairway bunkers … strategic mounding … and classic railroad ties are just a few of the signature design elements found here at the Dye Club.

With multiple sets of tees, players of all abilities will find this course to be challenging, yet fair … with inspiring visuals like this only found at a Pete Dye design. Host site of the Big Break on Golf Channel, the Dye Club constantly hosts some of the biggest events in Myrtle Beach … including “Monday After the Masters,” a pro-am charity event held here every April.

Rated a Top 100 course you can play in the country, this semi-private facility boasts fantastic course conditions, year-round. The signature finishing hole, the par-4 18th, provides picturesque views of the clubhouse, lake and adjacent ninth hole. Stunning visuals and fantastic course conditions are just par for the course here.

The Dye Club at Barefoot Resort invites you to come enjoy an incredible golf experience on the Grand Strand, perfectly situated in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina!

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A Round to Dye For at Barefoot Resort

The name Pete Dye has long struck fear into golfers. The hall of famer is renowned for the brilliance of his work and ability to bring the world’s best players to their knees.

Like practically every prominent architect of his generation, Dye left his mark on the Myrtle Beach golf scene, most notably through his namesake design at Barefoot Resort. If you are planning to play the Dye Course, here is our breakdown of one of the area’s most prominent layouts.

How Dye-abolical?
Golf is a difficult game. Players often don’t want to double down on that challenge and play a layout that is overwhelmingly hard, which leads some, based on the architect’s reputation, to be weary of the Dye Course. Should they be? Listen, no Pete Dye course is “easy” but his work at Barefoot is much more playable than many assume. The Dye Course is no harder than any of the Myrtle Beach area’s other premier courses. Seriously. If you play well, you will score well.

Don’t Believe Your Lyin’ Eyes
One of Dye’s architectural hallmarks is his ability to create visual deception. Players stand on the tee and survey a landscape that appears hopelessly tight, but upon arriving in the fairway realize there was ample width. The Dye Course is no different, so pay attention to the GPS and trust the room you see on the screen as opposed to what your eyes are telling from the tee box. There is room to hit the ball, so trust your swing and execute.

The 10th hole at the Dye Course offers a chance at birdie

Where to Hit the Gas, Where to Hold on Tight
If you are looking for a hole to take advantage of, No. 10 is your most likely shot at birdie. It plays just 287 yards from the white tees. The length of the hole means you can safely play away from the water on the left side and still have a manageable approach. The 11th hole, on the other hand, is a 366-yard, dogleg left that doesn’t surrender many birdies. It’s the No. 1 handicap hole and has earned that distinction. Take advantage of the 10, survive 11 and you will be on the way to strong back nine.

The Barefoot Experience is an outstanding golf package option

A Package to Dye For
If you want to tame the Dye Course, which is on the short list of the area’s best, book the Barefoot Experience for your group. The 3-night, 4-round deal will let you play each of the facility’s four courses – the others designed by Tom Fazio, Davis Love III and Greg Norman – and you can stay onsite at either the Yacht Club or a golf course condo. The deal starts at just 6.

Greg Norman's Austrailian Grille is just minutes from the Dye Course

When the Sun Goes Down
You can stay-and-play onsite at Barefoot and don’t have to leave for food and drink. Barefoot Landing, located directly across the Intracoastal Waterway, provides outstanding dining (Greg Norman’s Australian Grille is a must) and entertainment at venues like House of Blues. If you book the Barefoot Experience, you won’t have to drive more than a mile to get anything you need.

It might be time for you to challenge the course that has hosted the Hootie & The Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am for 15 years.

Source: Recent Myrtle Beach Golf News


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Golfweek Magazine Ranks 4 Myrtle Beach Layouts Among America’s Top 100 Resort Courses in 2018

Golfweek magazine has unveiled its annual ‘Ultimate Guide,’ which includes a ranking of America’s Top 100 Resort Courses, and Myrtle Beach figured prominently in the prestigious list.

Golfweek ranked Dunes Club the 29th best resort course in AmericaFour of the Grand Strand’s premier layouts were ranked among the nation’s Top 100 Resort Courses, led by the Dunes Golf & Beach Club, which was 29th on the list. Caledonia Golf & Fish Club wasn’t far behind at No. 37 and the Mike Strantz design was followed by its sister course, True Blue Golf Club (No. 75), and the Moorland Course at Legends Resort (No. 82).

The depth and quality of the Grand Strand’s golf offerings were further highlighted by the magazine’s ranking of South Carolina’s 14 best resort courses, a list that featured eight area layouts. In addition to the four top 100 designs, King’s North at Myrtle Beach National, Grande Dunes, and the Love and Dye courses at Barefoot Resort were ranked among the Palmetto State’s best.

Tidewater Golf Club, arguably the area’s most scenic course, was one of just a handful of public courses to be ranked among South Carolina’s top 20 residential layouts.

The Dunes Club, a Robert Trent Jones Sr. design, is a consensus top 100 public course and Myrtle Beach’s most revered layout. A former host of the PGA Senior Tour Championship and the U.S. Women’s Open, the Dunes Club wows golfers with an unforgettable design, highlighted by the par 5 13th hole, known as Waterloo.

Caledonia is also ranked among the nation’s top 100 public courses by Golf Digest, Golf Magazine and Golf Channel’s Matt Ginella. The lowcountry classic is set amidst soaring live oak trees draped in Spanish moss, and the 18th hole, which plays to a devilish green resting in the shadow of an antebellum style clubhouse, provides a picturesque end to a bucket-list round.

Located less than a mile away, True Blue provides a contrasting experience to Caledonia. Everything about the Strantz design – fairways, greens and, yes, waste bunkers – is big, most notably the fun.

The Moorland Course at Legends Resort has been ranked among the nation’s most difficult tracks, but as its Golfweek ranking suggests, reputation and reality don’t always intersect. Featuring some of the area’s widest fairways and largest greens, Moorland is both enjoyable and playable, qualities on full display on the 223-yard (white tees) 16th hole, known as Hell’s Half-Acre. The par 4 is on the short list (pun intended!) of the Myrtle Beach’s best drivable 4s.

Golfweek compiles its rankings based on the evaluations of its team of course raters. The magazine's 850 evaluators survey more than 3,600 courses – grading each nominated course on the basis of Golfweek’s 10 strict standards of evaluation. Collectively, the raters turned in more than 75,000 votes to compile Golfweek’s Best courses lists.

Source: Recent Myrtle Beach Golf News


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Elite Airways Announces Nonstop Service to Myrtle Beach From 3 New Markets; Golf Bags Fly Free!

Elite Airways executive vice president David Dowd took his first Myrtle Beach golf trip and thought to himself, “Now, I get what all the fuss is about.”

Elite Airways is launching nonstop service to Myrtle beach from 3 new marketsHe returned to the area January 17, bringing a lot more than his buddies on a golf trip.  In a press conference held at Myrtle Beach International Airport, Dowd announced Elite Airways was launching nonstop flight service to the Golf Capital of the World from Long Island (NY) MacArthur Airport, Albany (NY) International Airport, and Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport.

Flights from all three destinations will begin on April 5-6, providing golfers easy access to Myrtle Beach in the heart of the area’s ever-popular spring season. The seasonal service will run through the fall, Myrtle Beach’s second peak season, and fly two days per week.

Fares on Elite, a boutique airline that places a premium on customer experience, start at 9 and golf bags fly free. That’s not a typo, your golf bag can fly for free!

The flight schedule for each is as follows:

The Long Island (ISP) to Myrtle Beach flight will depart at 11 a.m. and arrive at 1:45 p.m. The return flight will depart Myrtle Beach (MYR) at 9 a.m. and arrive back in Long Island at 11:45 a.m.  

The Albany (ALB) flight will leave at noon and land in MYR at 2:45. The return flight will depart at 10 a.m. and arrive back in Albany at 12:45 p.m.

The Long Island and Albany service will fly on Thursdays and Sundays.

The Newport News/Williamsburg (PHF) flight, which will fly on Fridays and Mondays, will leave at 12:15 p.m. and arrive in MYR two hours later. The returning flight will leave Myrtle Beach at 11 a.m. and arrive back at PGH at 1 p.m.

Beginning the service in April will allow golfers to be on the course just hours after departure – did you know there are nine courses within 10 miles of the airport?! – and with an average high temperature of 76 degrees, the weather is idyllic.

With Elite’s entry into the market, Myrtle Beach International Airport enjoys nonstop service to 43 markets on nine airlines.

Source: Recent Myrtle Beach Golf News


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Video Spotlight: The Avocet at Wild Wing Plantation

Join us on a breathtaking video journey of one of the Grand Strand’s most creative designs: the work of Larry Nelson and Jeff Brauer at the beautiful Avocet course at Wild Wing Plantation.

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Quietly tucked away on a secluded preserve all by itself, the Avocet course at Wild Wing Plantation offers one of the finest golf experiences in all of Myrtle Beach.

As you pull up to the clubhouse, you know you’ve arrived somewhere unique. There are very few courses that naturally embrace the beautiful terrain, trees and existing nature to create such a enjoyable playing an experience…and Avocet at Wild Wing has done just this.

Designed by two-time PGA Championship winner, Larry Nelson, Avocet is one of only eight courses in the Myrtle Beach area designed by a PGA Championship winner. Players find the layout to be everything they expect of a championship course – with beautifully framed tee shots, appropriately placed bunkers, naturally incorporated lakes, gentle mounding and challenging greens … all matched with superb conditions … year-round.

The par 72 layout stretches over 7,100 yards from the back tees with numerous unique features, likea double green shared by the 6th and 17th holes. The tall, Carolina pines provide a signature look and beautifully shape this classic design with a flowing combination of short and long par threes, dogleg holes, straight away par fives and a drivable par four; the 308-yard 14th hole.

This natural setting is of course home to all kinds of wildlife that calls Avocet at Wild Wing Plantation home as well, from alligators to water fowl, majestic white herons and the occasional white tail deer. There’s a reason why you’ll find so much wildlife.

Stop … listen … what’ll you hear is Mother Nature … away from homes, players enjoy just what they came for: golf and peace.

Come enjoy a memorable golf experience and appreciate the best Myrtle Beach golf has to offer – all on the Avocet Course at Wild Wing Plantation. Your next best round is here!

Source: Recent Myrtle Beach Golf News


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