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Fourth Annual Myrtle Beach Fall Classic is Sold-Out

The fourth annual Myrtle Beach Fall Classic, a staple of the Grand Strand’s autumn calendar, has already attracted a sold-out field of 336 players. The 72-hole, two-man team event, which will be played November 12-16, will bring golfers from 38 states and three countries to an event that will be played on 12 of Myrtle Beach’s best golf courses

The Fall Classic cost 5 to enter and includes four rounds of golf, a gift bag, a welcome reception featuring free drinks and hor d’oeurvres, and an awards banquet that provides dinner, open bar and awards. 

“The Fall Classic has quickly emerged as one of our most popular events,” said Scott Tomasello, Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday’s tournament director. “For a lot of players, this is their farewell to the 2017 golf season, and the tournament gives them an opportunity to experience some of the best courses in Myrtle Beach and all of America.”

The Fall Classic has a different format of play each day, leading off with best ball and followed by a Texas scramble, modified alternate shot and a final round scramble. 

The golf course lineup features six courses – Barefoot Fazio, Caledonia, Barefoot Dye, Tiger’s Eye, Tidewater and True Blue – that have been ranked among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses. Glen Dornoch, Parkland at Legends Resort, Oyster Bay, Pawleys Plantation, Pine Lakes, Prestwick and Thistle, all outstanding layouts, complete the course lineup. 

Caledonia is a consensus top 100 public layout, lauded by Golf Digest, Golf Magazine and Golf Channel for the quality of its design and the experience. 

The Tom Fazio and Pete Dye courses at Barefoot live up to the reputation of their namesake architects, helping anchor one of America’s premier multi-course facilities. The Fazio Course hosted the championship match of the hit Golf Channel show Big Break, and the Dye Course is the longtime host of the Hootie & the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am. 

Glen Dornoch is one of just six Myrtle Beach golf courses that play along the Intracoastal Waterway, highlighted by a three-hole finish that is as dramatic as any along the beach. 

The Parkland Course at Legends Resort, which just completed a bunker renovation project, is a traditional design that is among the area’s most sought-after tee times. 

Oyster Bay, a Dan Maples course, plays along the Calabash River and is home to a pair of back 9 island greens that have helped make the layout a bedrock along the North Strand. 

A Jack Nicklaus course, the back nine at Pawleys Plantation is one of the most scenic in all of South Carolina. A saltwater marsh comes into play on the four of the final six holes, highlighted by the par 3 13th, which plays to a peninsula green. 

Pine Lakes, celebrating its 90th birthday this year, was Myrtle Beach’s first course and continues to charm golfers. 

Prestwick Country Club is one of Myrtle Beach hidden gems. The P.B. Dye layout challenges players from the first tee to the final putt.

Readers of GolfAdvisor.com, Golf Channel’s travel portal, ranked Thistle the 14th best public course in America in 2016, a testament to the quality of the layout. 

With eight holes that play along Cherry Grove or the Intracoastal Waterway, Tidewater Golf Club is arguably the Grand Strand’s prettiest course. 

Tiger’s Eye, which brought the national spotlight to Ocean Ridge Plantation, recently installed new TifEagle Bermuda greens and is in superior condition entering the fall.  

Everything is big at True Blue – the fairways, the greens and, most importantly, the fun. The Mike Strantz design is ranked among America’s top 100 public courses by Golf Magazine and Golf Channel. 

In addition to the Fall Classic, Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday also runs the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship, the Preseason Classic, the Palmetto High School Golf Championship, the Veterans Golf Classic, the March Championship, the Calabash Cup and the Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship. 

For more information, go to MyrtleBeachGolfHolidayTournaments.com.   

Source: Recent Myrtle Beach Golf News


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Fall Classic: Marriott’s Myrtle Beach Golf Experience Package is a Winner

Grande Dunes is arguably the most ambitious project in Myrtle Beach history, bringing premium real estate, acclaimed golf courses, fine dining, and a Marriott Resort & Spa to the area. 

Grande Dunes Golf Club is a course worth building a trip aroundNestled along the Atlantic Ocean, the Marriott Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes enjoys a degree of seclusion and is home to four bars and restaurants on-site, in addition to Hibiscus Spa. But it’s golf you care about, and the Marriott has a fall package – the Myrtle Beach Golf Experience – that is as good as any at the beach. 

Anyone that books at least a two-night stay at Marriot Resort & Spa will receive a 0 golf credit that is good for use at Pine Lakes, Grande Dunes Golf Club and the Palmetto and PineHills courses at Myrtlewood. The hotel concierge will be happy to assist in booking golf and the 0 credit could net three rounds depending on what time of day and which combination of courses you want to play. 

Pine Lakes, which is celebrating its 90th birthday this year, was Myrtle Beach’s first course and continues to deliver an experience that combines the area’s rich history with a quality round of golf. 

Grande Dunes has been ranked among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses and it certainly delivers a memorable round, highlighted by the 15th hole, a par 4 that plays along the Intracoastal Waterway. The Roger Rulewich design is the type of layout that can serve as the centerpiece of your trip. 

Myrtlewood enjoys one of area’s most central locations – 48th Ave. North in Myrtle Beach – and a pair of designs that deliver outstanding conditions and playability. PineHills and Palmetto are two of Myrtle Beach’s most popular courses and it will be easy for your golf group to see why. 

If your group values luxury accommodations overlooking the water, a convenient location, and golf that delivers quality and value, the Myrtle Beach Golf Experience from the Marriott Resort & Spa needs to be on your shortlist. 

Source: Recent Myrtle Beach Golf News


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The Unforgettable 15th Hole at Grande Dunes Golf Club

Grande Dunes isn’t “just” an outstanding Myrtle Beach golf course. The Roger Rulewich design has been ranked among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses by Golf Digest and it is, by consensus, one of the golf-rich Palmetto State’s finest layouts. 

The 15th hole at Grande Dunes is an outstanding par 4Grande Dunes has everything golfers are looking for: natural beauty, consistently superb conditions, and playability. The course is Myrtle Beach’s longest at 7,618 yards, but has three sets of tees between 5,900 and 6,737 yards, so there are no excuses for playing too far back. 

Throw in wide fairways and mid to high handicappers will have a chance to score with a good ball-striking round. 

From the time groups cross the private bridge over the Intracoastal until they putt out on 18, the Grande Dunes is a golf experience. The course has five holes that play along the Intracoastal, and the 14th is regarded by many as being among the state’s most dramatic par 3s, but our Myrtle Beach golf hole of the week is the one that follows. 

No. 15 – Grande Dunes Resort Course
Par : 4
Yardage: 468 yards (gold tees), 445 yards (black), 423 yards (blue), 400 yards (white), 378 yards (silver), 355 yards (red)
Handicap: 3

The Intracoastal Waterway runs the length of the hole, and the fairway is extremely wide, but (isn’t there always one?) its cants from left to right. Sure, the slope of the fairway can push balls toward the water, but it’s impact is most often felt on the approach. 

At 400 yards from the white tees, the hole is long and drives that are on the right side of the fairway require an approach over a bunker that flanks the starboard side of the green. That’s a dicey shot for most players from 150+ yards to a large greens the runs from back to front. 

The back nine at Grande Dunes will leave you begging for a replay and the 15th is a primary reason why. 

Source: Recent Myrtle Beach Golf News


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Tiger’s Eye Reopens After Installation of New Greens

Golfers are again on the hunt at Tiger’s Eye, one of the Myrtle Beach area’s premier courses. 

The new greens at Tiger's Eye are spectacularThe Tim Cate design reopened on September 22 following a two-month project that featured the installation of new TifEagle Bermuda grass greens. One of four courses at Ocean Ridge Plantation, Tiger’s Eye has been ranked among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses by Golf Digest, and the new greens ensure it will remain one of the bedrock layouts in Brunswick County.

“We’re thrilled that this revitalization is complete, and that our members and guests can resume playing top-level golf,” said Mark Saunders, owner of Ocean Ridge Plantation® Golf. “With this upgrade, our course will continue to be one of the best places in the country to play golf.”

After extensive research, the decision was made to install TifEagle, one of newer strains of Bermuda grass that thrives in the Grand Strand’s subtropical climate. 

“We thought TifEagle would be a good fit for Tiger’s Eye as a premium course,” said Bill Long, Ocean Ridge Plantation’s director of marketing. “It’s going to give us a good putting surface year-round, and it will be comparable to bentgrass in terms of speed and playability.”

TifEagle has been the grass of choice for several other high-profile courses in the Southeast in recent years, including TPC Sawgrass and Harbor Town. The staff at Ocean Ridge also provided the course a facelift during the two-month project, sprucing up the bunkers that are a significant part of the layout’s visual appeal. 

Cate used waste bunkers, water and locally harvested coquina boulders to help mold Tiger’s Eye into a layout that brought national attention to Ocean Ridge Plantation. The course is renowned for its collection of par 3s, particularly the 11th, which is home to a peninsula green ringed by coquina boulders. 

Lion’s Paw, Panther’s Run and Leopard’s Chase round out the quartet of Big Cat courses, and make Ocean Ridge one of the premier multi-course properties in the region. 

Source: Recent Myrtle Beach Golf News


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Pretty in Pink: 10th Sandpiper Bay Tournament Fights Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and for the 10th consecutive year, Angela Nicholson helped jump-start the effort to defeat a virus that impacts 1 in 8 U.S. women. 

On Wednesday, September 27, 136 women, all of them impacted in some form or fashion by breast cancer, packed Sandpiper Bay Golf Club for the 10th annual Pretty in Pink Foundation golf tournament. All the proceeds went to Pretty in Pink, an organization that serves North Carolinians diagnosed with breast cancer that have limited or no access to health insurance. 

The tournament capped a three-day series of events that also included a fashion show, dinner and silent auction. The money raised this year will push the 10-year total over 0,000. 

That’s a sum Nicholson could’ve hardly imaged when she helped launch the event in 2008 after a friend and fellow Sandpiper resident was stricken with breast cancer. Over the years, the event contributed money to a variety of breast cancer related causes, before settling on the Pretty in Pink Foundation.

“If [breast cancer patients] have to make a choice between feeding their family or going without treatment, they are going to go without treatment,” Nicholson said. “That's why we help Pretty in Pink.”

Nicholson has led the event since the beginning, but she is hardly alone in making things happen. She is joined by two other committee members and a large team of volunteers. 

They start working on the event in January to help make a difference in the lives of women and men (did you know 1 in a 1,000 men are diagnosed with breast cancer?) who are battling the disease. 

Nicholson and her team secured 42 restaurants, 14 golf courses, and nearly 100 other business sponsors, in addition to the nearly 100 individuals who contributed to the effort. 

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Source: Recent Myrtle Beach Golf News


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Golf Instruction Zone: Put Your Swing Plane in “Takeoff” Mode for Better Driving

In this installment of the Golf Instruction Zone, Steve Dresser of the renowned Steve Dresser Golf Academy in Pawleys Island, South Carolina demonstrates a drill that will help reinforce the proper swing path for hitting your driver effectively.

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To maximize the performance of your driver you want to launch the ball high, but spin it low. In order to do that, one of the best ways to make sure that happens is to learn to catch the ball on the upswing. If you're catching the ball on the downswing, you're going to launch it low and spin it high and lose a lot of distance, even if the club head speed is the same.

We often use an aircraft analogy. With the iron and the ball on the ground we want our aircraft in landing mode, and the runway isn't until over here beyond impact on the left side of the ball. With the driver, it's more as if the club head is an aircraft in takeoff mode and the nose wheel is just leaving the ground as it's getting to the ball, which will help you get that higher launch and lower spin.

So to practice that, tee the ball maybe a little higher than you normally do, play the ball farther forward in your stance than you normally do and tilt your spine to your right into what feels like an exaggerated position. Your body will be kind of bent sideways like this with your head over here over your right leg. These three things encourage a wider swing with a shallower approach to the ball and therefore an upward attack angle into the ball to give you that high launch, low spin.

Source: Recent Myrtle Beach Golf News


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Legends Package is Paradise for Golfers

Paradise Resort has earned its name. The oceanfront property has nearly 2,000 reviews on TripAdvisor.com and 1,600 of them are 4 or 5-star evaluations. 

Oyster Bay is an integral part of Legends Play 4, Get 1 Free packageWith multi-bedroom units and a prime location on 22nd Avenue South in Myrtle Beach, the boutique tower is an ideal hub for golf trips. One of Paradise’s most popular packages is the Legends Play 4, Get 1 Free deal. 

What the does the package offer?

Four nights accommodations at Paradise Resort, which also features an indoor lazy river, jacuzzi and three on-site restaurants. 

Five rounds of golf at the Legends courses – Heathland, Heritage Club, Moorland, Oyster Bay and Parkland. All five layouts have earned at least 4 stars from Golf Digest and are among the most memorable Myrtle Beach has to offer. 

Each day golfers will receive breakfast, lunch and 2 draft beers at the course they are playing. 

While food and a couple beers are certainly attractive perks, what makes this package so attractive is the golf. Legends Resort, located just minutes from Paradise Resort, is home to Heathland, Moorland and Parkland, three outstanding tracks.

Moorland, with its expansive fairways and large, undulating greens, is one of Myrtle Beach’s most memorable challenges. Heathland, a links-style design, was one of legendary architect Tom Doak’s first designs and evidence of his future genius are everywhere on a course generally considered one of South Carolina’s best public layouts. 

Parkland, which just completed a bunker renovation project, is a more conventional though no less enjoyable design. 

Heritage Club has been ranked among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses and the Dan Maples layout is a lowcountry classic. Carved through soaring live oak trees draped in Spanish moss, Heritage is a bucket-list Myrtle Beach golf course. 

Oyster Bay, located just across the state line in Brunswick County, N.C., plays along the Calabash River and is unforgettable. A pair of island greens on the back nine will send your group home with lasting memories. 

Paradise Resort’s Legends Play 4, Get 1 Free will provide an unforgettable trip. Complete details on the trip are available HERE

Source: Recent Myrtle Beach Golf News


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Hell’s Half-Acre Promises Plenty of Fun at Moorland Course

The Moorland Course at Legends Resort is, arguably, the property’s signature layout. A P.B. Dye design, Moorland is by reputation among the most difficult courses in Myrtle Beach and Golf Digest once ranked it one the America’s 50 hardest layouts. 

Sometimes reputation and reality never intersect. Moorland is home to some of the Myrtle Beach area’s largest fairways and greens – the 18th is 63 yards deep! – but the layout isn’t overwhelmingly difficult. 

Those wide fairways allow players ample of latitude off the tee. The greens present a large target, but the challenge lies in hitting the right spot because they are among the area’s most undulating. 

Talk of Moorland often centers around size, but the only outsized part of our Myrtle Beach golf hole of the week is the fun. 

No. 16 – Moorland Course at Legends Resort
Par:
4
Yardage: 270 yards (blue tees), 223 yards (white), 202 yards (green), 186 yards (red)
Handicap: 12

There is a strong argument to be made that this is Myrtle Beach’s best short par 4, if for no other reason than it’s by far the most reachable. The hole, known as “Hell’s Half-Acre,” is only 223 yards from the white tees, meaning most players will have a chance to get lucky. 

The conservative among us will note the five pot bunkers that surround the green, the gnarly, native grasses that fill a swale, and talk about the virtues of playing smart golf. A 9-iron and a wedge would comfortably get you on the green with a two-putt for par or possibly birdie. 

For the record, anyone talking that way is absolutely right. But they are so wrong.

A lot of courses have short par 4s, very few are really reachable for the average golfer. At 223 yards, Hell’s Half-Acre is there for the taking. Sure, you probably won’t hit the green, but a golf trip isn’t always about playing smart. 

Pull out your driver (or 3-wood for you long hitters) and take a crack. The dream of an eagle putt is worth the risk of a big number. 

Source: Recent Myrtle Beach Golf News


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First Tee of the Grand Strand Brings Long Drives and Smiles to Kids

The First Tee of The Grand Strand is dedicated to growing the game of golf and instilling the organization’s nine core values into young players. While those values are great, fun is what attracts kids to the game and the TFTTGS delivered on that account with an instructional clinic that also showcased some extraordinary golf skills. 

Tom Garber, a Myrtle Beach resident and long drive champion, entertained First Tee participants with a one-hour clinic that was equal parts instruction and entertainment. While he shared tips that will help kids generate more power off the tee, watching Garber’s prodigious drives were what elicited oohs and aahs from the crowd. 

Garber, who once finished second in the RE/MAX World Long Drive Championship, was hitting 300+ yard bombs at the Cane Patch driving range, much to the delight of the kids in attendance. 

But everything the First Tee does comes back to player and personal development highlighted by those nine core values: honesty, integrity, sportsmanship, respect, confidence, responsibility, perseverance, courtesy and judgement. 

The organization’s commitment to those values (and events like Monday's) have pushed the First Tee to the forefront in efforts to the grow locally and nationally. 

 

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Source: Recent Myrtle Beach Golf News


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Photo Gallery: Meadowlands Celebrates 20th Anniversary

On a picturesque day, Meadowlands Golf Club celebrated its 20th anniversary with an outing that attracted a full field and showcased the course at its best. 

Meadowlands has built a player-friendly reputation by delivering a quality golf experience at a value price, and the 20th anniversary event showcased what golfers have found appealing for two decades. The course was in outstanding condition and challenged players without overwhelming them. 

The Willard Byrd design will give everyone in your group a chance to score, which should lead to happy golfers, if you make the course part of your fall golf trip. 

The fundraiser benefitted Canine Angels, a charity dedicated to rescuing man’s best friend and training them to be service dogs. 

For more information, go to www.MeadowlandsGolf.com

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