Find Your Happy Place: Top 4 Ways to Stay in Myrtle Beach on a Golf Trip

When it comes to lodging options for your upcoming golf trip, Myrtle Beach offers unparalleled quality and depth of choice. Each of the choices presented here brings a unique element – one of which we’re confident is best suited to your group’s unique needs.

Golf Resorts – These properties offer the “all in one” convenience of having well-appointed lodging accommodations, amenities and award-winning golf at your fingertips – both along the same extended property, and within a stone’s throw of your home base. Myrtle Beach’s top golf resorts include dynamic settings along the Intracoastal Waterway (Marina Inn at Grande Dunes), oceanfront luxury (Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort), and as many as four renowned 18-hole tracks on one property (Barefoot Resort & Golf).

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Oceanfront Resort Hotels – Staying on the beach is a priority for many golfers traveling to Myrtle Beach, and the supply of oceanfront hotels up and down the Grand Strand is as plentiful as ever. Waking up to stunning sunrise views of the Atlantic never gets old – nor does having convenient access to indoor/outdoor pools, hot tubs, fire pits, lazy rivers and (of course) the beach at your immediate disposal.

Golf Course Lodging – Some vacation travelers prefer the convenience and comfort of lodging in a golf course community setting, especially if one or more of the courses on their itinerary have an affiliated condominium/apartment complex with units available for nightly rental. Many courses throughout the greater Myrtle Beach area offer this benefit including Myrtlewood Golf Club, World Tour Golf Links, River Oaks Golf Club, True Blue Golf Club, and Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club, to name just a few. Be sure to ask your golf package provider about the best options for you and your group’s specific needs.

Beach Home Rentals (for larger groups) – Beautiful oceanfront home rentals are available for nightly or weekly rental up and down the Grand Strand, with North Myrtle Beach, Garden City and Murrells Inlet among the areas with plentiful supply. This is an especially popular option for larger traveling groups, with some homes spacious enough to comfortably accommodate 30 or more. And most offer some combination of amenities including heated outdoor pools, Jacuzzis, and spacious oceanfront patios with full grilling and firepit features that only add to the appeal.

No matter your preference, be sure to make your first stop for connecting with a golf vacation provider that can easily help you meet your golf vacation lodging needs!