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Package for One: Myrtle Beach Welcomes Golfers Playing as a Single

Golf is mostly a game of twosomes and foursomes, of friends getting together for a good time. But it doesn’t exclude single players, and that’s particularly the case in Myrtle Beach.

One of golf’s virtues is the common ground it creates amongst otherwise strangers, allowing a single to find an enjoyable group to play with. Whether someone is on a summer beach vacation and wants to sneak away for a couple rounds or his or her regular golf group has broken up, a single playing golf in Myrtle Beach is always welcome.

Many assume that a solo golf trip isn’t practical, but nothing could be further from the truth.

Singles have easy access to golf packages and the value remains appealing.

“There are always a lot of accommodations options that setup for singles,” said Myrtle Beach Golf Directors' Carson Courage, who specializes in booking individual golfers. “From hotel rooms to one bedroom condos, I book it the same way I would a larger group. They get multi-round discounts and confirmed tee times.”

While accommodations for a single are typically a little more expensive, the savings created by multi-round discounts often offsets the additional costs.

A common mistake of solo golfers is thinking they have to wait until 48 hours out to book a tee time. That maybe the case in other places, but a solo Myrtle Beach golf package can be booked at anytime.

“Even for the spring and fall seasons, we can pair you up when we book it,” Courage said.

For players traveling with a non-playing spouse, options are aplenty. Places like Market Common offer new accommodations and ample shopping and dining options for your significant other while you take to the course.

The moral of the story is the idea of playing as a single golfer shouldn’t be a detriment to anyone taking a golf trip. Myrtle Beach is a golfer-friendly destination, whether you are traveling with a large group or no one.