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Save money this spring on the Grand Strand

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It’d be hard to find a more competitively priced golf destination than Myrtle Beach. Long considered the affordable alternative to higher-end golf hot spots, it’s poised to attract budget-conscious golfers and a new crop of vacationers during the current economic downturn.

Of course, bargains aren’t Myrtle Beach’s only attraction. First and foremost is the high-quality (and high-quantity) golf. Myrtle Beach has about 100 courses on its Grand Strand, and many of them rank among the country’s best. Another draw is the area’s pleasant spring weather. The average high temperatures along the South Carolina coast hover in the high 70s and low 80s in May—just the thing that’ll keep your muscles and golf swing loose.


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