One’s been a frequent return visitor to the Grand Strand, and the other has known it her whole life. See why these two young women have come to love spring golf in Myrtle Beach.
Professional Golfer, Myrtle Beach Golf Ambassador
“With spring golf right around the corner, I’ve been dreaming about my next trip back to Myrtle Beach!
“While I love living in Arizona, I always really look forward to the change of scenery that comes with traveling to coastal South Carolina. There’s nothing else like being right on the water to get you into the vacation state of mind.
“Plus, you know I have to play golf while I travel, and the courses there are amazing. This next time around I’m especially looking forward to playing at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club again!”
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NCAA Golfer, Converse College, Lifelong Myrtle Beach-area Golfer
“There are so many things to love about spring golf in Myrtle Beach. Aside from the dependably comfortable weather, area courses have yet to reach peak pricing in February and March. Even courses that may typically be out of your price range are easily within reach. And those discounted prices come with more availability – meaning your chances of getting the courses and times you want the most for a spring golf getaway are still really good.
“And with the weather warming up as early as it has already this season, you may even catch some early azalea blooms at several Lowcountry courses like Litchfield Country Club.
“When you’re not golfing, the dozens of sports bars across Myrtle Beach are the best places to keep up with the March Madness basketball games. And with St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, what better place to take in any one of several festive holiday celebrations?
“What’s not to love?”