Myrtle Beach golf’s popular spring season offers access to award-winning courses at their peak – both in terms of condition, and demand.
But it’s not the only season the Grand Strand is at its best. That’s where Myrtle Beach’s Second Season comes into play from September through November.
While Tiger, Phil, DJ and the rest of the PGA TOUR are wrapping up their season, our Second Season is just getting started – offering the perfect alternative for the vacationing golfer who couldn’t make it in the spring, and whose summer activities were filled with family activities.
The Second Season offers three great reasons for your golf group to make Myrtle Beach your preferred vacation destination as the calendar year winds down:
The course conditions
The biggest benefit to South Carolina’s summer heat is the peak turf conditions it provides as September approaches. Bermudagrass fairways, tee boxes and greens thrive in it. And after a summer where most courses perform routine maintenance (and, in some cases, renovations like bunker restoration and greens resurfacing), you’ll be greeted by a Second Season landscape that’s as primed and ready for vacation golf as any golf destination in America.
The milder weather
Second Season temperatures in Myrtle Beach are definitively cooler than in the height of the summer, yet for many folks (especially golfers) they’re more enjoyable – and still plenty warm enough to enjoy the beach, resort pools and myriad other outdoor activities the Grand Strand offers for when you’re not busy teeing it up.
The summer crowds are gone
By the time the Second Season starts, schools are back in session and the summer family vacation crowds have moved on. The beaches and popular public venues, like the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and the MarshWalk in Murrells Inlet, suddenly offer more breathing room and a more relaxed pace for you and your group to enjoy. Oh, and the traffic’s a lot better, too. Myrtle Beach roadways may not get Downtown Los Angeles crazy in the summer, but by Second Season time they’re much less congested.
When planning your Second Season golf trip, make sure you explore every option for getting the most out of the experience – including stay & play packages and off-course activities. There’s plenty to choose from, and we’re here to help you decide what’s best for you and your group!
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