Myrtle Beach boasts a wide range of activities for you to experience aside from golf! Our number one attraction, the beach itself, offers many options for you including kayaking, parasailing, surfing, fishing and sun-bathing. On both the North and South ends of the strand (Myrtle Beach is often referred to as “The Grand Strand,” due to the width of the beach!) you can find businesses that rent boats or jet skis, and also offer sightseeing tours through our famous marshRead More
The show's second set of four episodes will feature the four-person cast playing golf at The Dunes Golf and Beach Club, Grande Dunes Resort Course, The Love Course at Barefoot Course and TPC of Myrtle Beach. After the golf round is completed, the cast also pays visits to popular Myrtle Beach attractions such as the newly-opened Hard Rock Park rock and roll theme park, a Myrtle Beach Pelicans' minor league baseball game, Ocean Annie's Beach Bar and Hot Fish Club Restaurant andRead More
Families began to visit Myrtle Beach more than a century ago. Myrtle Beach was sparsely populated until 1908, when a railroad was built between Conway and Myrtle Beach. The railroad ended in 1899 in the locale of Pine Island, and was extended four miles into the future city. The Pavilion, as well as the Seaside Inn, were built in today's downtown.
The natural beauty of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina has always enticed visitors Throughout the 1930s, the city grew to include areas as farRead More
A few hours spent surfing the Internet paid off for Denise Alcala as the Hanford, California resident won the “The Ultimate Buddy Trip” contest on www.GolfHoliday.com and will travel to the “Golf Capital of the World.” Alcala’s husband, daughter and mother will join her on a five-day trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, as part of the online contest sponsored by Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday. This will be the first trip to the East Coast for Denise and the first-everRead More