3 days in Myrtle Beach

Save money this spring on the Grand Strand


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#17 on the Palmetto Course

# 11 at the PineHills Course.
Two par-3s at Myrtlewood Golf Club measure the same length and demand carries over water hazards.
Day 3
On day three, you have a couple options: Either tee it up at another Waccamaw Golf Trail course or head back up north to the 36-hole, Myrtlewood Golf Club, a Myrtle Beach favorite for over 40 years. Myrtlewood boasts two designs, Palmetto and PineHills, and both incorporate lots of water in their designs, including the Intracoastal Waterway. PineHills, formerly known as The Pines, is the only Arthur Hills course in Myrtle Beach, while Edmund B. Ault designed the Palmetto Course. Both courses have player-friendly layouts and offer a great chance to card a low score before your vacation ends.

 
Getting There
Myrtle Beach is within driving distance of Charleston, S.C., and Wilmington and Charlotte, N.C. Myrtle Beach International Airport is served by Delta, Continental, Northwest, Spirit and US Airways.

 
Recession Specials
Stay four nights and play four rounds on the Waccamaw Golf Trail this May. The Waccamaw Golf Trail Four-Night Special includes lodging, greens fees, cart fees, buffet breakfast and all taxes and services. $569.46 per person, valid through May 15 (a savings of 25-35%!). To book, call (888) 766-4633 or visit waccamawgolftrail.com.

The Granddaddy Package includes three nights in a Grande Guest Room at the Marina Inn at Grande Dunes, one round at Pine Lakes C.C., Grande Dunes Resort Course and either Myrtlewood Palmetto or Pine Hills course. Includes a full breakfast. Valid until June 30. $654 per golfer. To book, call (866) 628-7477 or visit mbtrips.com.



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