Hootie & the Blowfish Tell Us Why Myrtle Beach is Their #1 Choice for Golf
“If you’re taking your buddies, and you’re looking for someplace to go play golf, I can’t think of any place better than Myrtle Beach.”
– Darius Rucker
Along with fellow Hootie & the Blowfish bandmates Mark Bryan, Dean Felber and Jim “Soni” Sonefeld, Darius invites you to come see for yourself what they’ve all come to know for decades.
They’re South Carolina born & bred … they’re crazy about golf … and the boys in the band want you to experience why Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is the undisputed “Golf Capital of the World.”
We all have our favorites. So do Mark, Dean, Soni & Darius.
And while the Grand Strand offers plenty of premium options for a one-of-a-kind golf vacation experience, Hootie & the Blowfish counts on these renowned designs as their “go-to” courses in Myrtle Beach.
Play Where the Band Plays!
Caledonia Golf & Fish Club – Mark Bryan calls it “a Mike Strantz masterpiece” – as have thousands more who’ve experienced the course Golf Magazine includes among America’s “Top 100 Courses You Can Play.”
The Dye Course at Barefoot Resort – Pete Dye’s indelible mark on the Grand Strand golf scene is most visible at the venue the band has entrusted for decades to host its Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am.
Resort Course at Grande Dunes – The recent co-host of the PGA Professional National Championship and 2009 “National Golf Course of the Year” offers a unforgettable experience in a dramatic setting along the Intracoastal Waterway.
Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club – The “Golden Bear” first left his indelible mark on the Grand Strand golf scene in 1988, and three decades later Jack Nicklaus’ signature Lowcountry design continues to amaze all who challenge it.
After a quarter century of Hootie & the Blowfish hosting this wildly popular event, Monday After the Masters has become about so much more than the star power it annually attracts. With more than $7 million raised and the thousands of children’s lives it has impacted through the South Carolina Junior Golf Association, the event’s impact means something special to each band member.