An ongoing debate exists among golfers about the greatest course in the Myrtle Beach area. While many courses have their claims to fame and standout qualities, if you could only play one course on your trip, it would have to be Caledonia. From the half-mile tunnel of oaks lining the entryway to the spectacular finishing holes, it’s obvious why Mike Strantz’s first solo design continues to inspire awe in all who play here.
2200 Kings River Rd., Pawleys Island, SC, 29585
Every summer, when the heat picks up in my home state of Arizona, I start dreaming about my fall golf trips out to Myrtle Beach. Golf’s Second Season in Myrtle Beach offers the perfect escape for me, and for everyone looking for the ultimate break to celebrate the end of a steamy summer.Read More
With Arnold Palmer’s signature design at King’s North at Myrtle Beach National making its debut in Golfweek’s “Top 15 Courses You Can Play in South Carolina” rankings, the Grand Strand has now placed nine designs in this prestigious biennial listing.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
We like ‘em all, of course. But whether it’s the scenery, the challenge or unrivaled uniqueness with any one of them, these five holes along the Grand Strand golf scene stand out to us in particular.
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Jaden Cantafio shot a 5-under par 67 to lead Mater Dei to victory in the Palmetto High School Golf Championship Saturday at True Blue Golf Club. Mater Dei finished with a two-round total of 586, 12 strokes better than second place Charlotte Catholic in the Championship Flight.Read More
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