Sometimes overlooked in favor of its sister layouts, Greg Norman’s only public course in Myrtle Beach is not one to be missed. The Normal Course features incredibly memorable play, with four holes on the back nine running adjacent to the Intracoastal Waterway. How’s that for a water hazard?
4980 Barefoot Resort Bridge Road, North Myrtle Beach, SC, 29582
Making the rounds this week, we found one course after another that’s in absolutely sparkling condition right now for your Second Season golf getaway. Take a look at the sights we captured at Barefoot Resort’s Fazio, Love and Norman courses, Tidewater, Eagle Nest and River Hills!Read More
Golf Magazine has unveiled its ranking of the “Top 100 Resorts In North America,” and two of Myrtle Beach’s most popular properties – Barefoot Resort and Caledonia/True Blue – earned a spot on the prestigious list.Read More
Project Golf has been going strong in Myrtle Beach for months now. Hear from the people of Project Golf on why this program is so important, and why you should consider joining!Read More
Matt Biddington, PGA head golf professional at Legends Golf Resort, discusses how a philanthropic group of area golf professionals became known as the Myrtle Beach Patriots – and how their efforts are making an enormous impact on behalf of Folds of Honor. See why Matt gets so heavily involved, and how you can, too.Read More
After the “triple H” factor (hazy, hot, humid) typically grips much of the Lower 48 throughout the summer, Myrtle Beach golf’s Second Season brings a cooler crispness to the morning air you likely haven’t experienced in months. The humidity has subsided, and you might start your round with a light pullover that’s quickly tucked away as the sun gains strength.Read More
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