2020 Golf Travel Information: What You Need to Know
With South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster having canceled the state’s “work or home” order as of May 4, 2020, here’s what you need to know as it relates to the services and amenities that are now available to Myrtle Beach-area visitors amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Throughout the Grand Strand golf market (extending from Pawleys Island, S.C. to Brunswick County, N.C.) during this pandemic, most area golf courses have remained open for business, and are now welcoming out-of-town visitors. The three courses currently closed include Colonial Charters Golf Club, Burning Ridge Golf Club, and Founders Club at Pawleys Island.
- Courses throughout the Myrtle Beach area continue to operate under strict sanitization and social distancing guidelines, as they have throughout the pandemic, in order to ensure a healthy environment for all visitors.
- Hotels throughout the Grand Strand have reopened, while restaurant services have been expanded to allow for outside dining and limited inside dining, in addition to delivery and take-out options.
- Incoming travelers with questions about the golf courses they’re scheduled to play are encouraged to contact the courses directly. Those with questions about accommodations and services related to their scheduled golf vacation package should contact their golf travel provider directly.
A comprehensive summary of Healthy Travel Information on the Myrtle Beach area is available below, courtesy of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and VisitMyrtleBeach.com. This information is frequently updated, so be sure to check back with this page often.