How to Plan Your Second Season Golf Trip: The 3 Things You Need to Know

By now you know why Myrtle Beach golf’s Second Season is something you don’t want to miss. From pristine course conditions to ideal temperatures and less traffic from summertime tourists, it’s easy to see what’s driving thousands of golfers worldwide to make the Grand Strand their preferred vacation destination later this year.
What you might not know, or need more information on, is how to plan your Second Season trip to the Golf Capital of the World.
Worry no more – we’ve got you covered! Here are the top three things you need to know to ensure you get the best deal and best golf experience.

1. Don’t Try to Plan It By Yourself.

Seriously, guys. Don’t try to plan a golf trip for you and your buddies by yourself. Trust us when we tell you, it won’t end well.
Trying to get a group of golfers to agree on a tee time or course for any given day is never as easy as it may seem. Myrtle Beach is America’s favorite golf destination, and there will be demand for the most coveted tee times. There are also some 75 area courses from which to choose, so you want to be sure to pick those that are right for you and your group’s unique needs.
Pro Tip – Let a golf package company handle the planning legwork for you. A package company not only knows the Myrtle Beach area better than anyone, but they also get preferred rates, so you’ll end up spending less than if you booked the rounds on your own.
Package companies can also bundle your golf with lodging if you need it, so you only have to pay one lump sum for the core elements of your “stay & play” experience. What’s more, package companies can get preferred lodging rates – often with access to exclusive properties to which the general public doesn’t typically have access.

2. Pick the Right Golf Package.

Now that you’re in on the golf packager secret, we’ll let you in on another:
Among golf vacation destinations, Myrtle Beach golf packages offer the best value you’ll find anywhere.
Pricing often includes added gifts like lunch, dinner and replays for each member of your group – not to mention select packages that also provide gift cards redeemable for items you might otherwise pay for out of pocket while you’re here. You won’t get that by just calling the golf course for a tee time.
Pro Tip – Check out two of our favorite package options:
Prime Time Rewards PackageChoose from 22 courses, including TPC Myrtle Beach, which has hosted the 2000 Senior Tour Championship, Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship and, most recently, the Myrtle Beach Regional of the NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship. Plus each golfer in your group receives a $100 gift card – redeemable for food, merchandise and more.
East Coast 4 Round SpecialA variety of courses are included in this package, most of which are located on the North Strand. So if you are looking to stay in North Myrtle Beach or southeastern North Carolina, this is the package for you! In addition, golfers receive a $100 gift card that can be used food, merchandise and more. Same day, same course afternoon replays are available as well.

3. Get a Free Trip Estimate.

Before you commit to a package, shop around. Get some price quotes from multiple package providers. As good as any given deal might be for your group, you might find something even better.
Pro Tip – We offer the easiest way to receive a quote from multiple package providers, so you can mull your options. The best part? It only takes a few minutes of your time. Get started on your quote HERE.
Follow our advice, and we guarantee your Second Season golf trip to Myrtle Beach will be one for the memory books!