The top PGA professionals and amateurs from North Carolina and South Carolina will be teeing it up July 9-11 at Grande Dunes Resort Course for the Carolinas PGA Section’s 68th PlayGolfMyrtleBeach.com South Carolina Open presented by Yamaha Golf Cars, Mobipaid & Fenix XCell, with kickoff events set for Monday, July 8 to benefit Project Golf and PGA REACH Carolinas.
The South Carolina Open Pro-Am on July 8 tees off at 8:30 a.m., with a $750 team cost covering three amateur players and one Carolinas PGA Professional. Amateur teams without a PGA Professional will be provided one for this event. It will be contested in a shamble/one best ball format in gross and net divisions, with each participant receiving tee gifts, on-course beverages, post-round lunch and mulligan/raffle prize opportunities.
Teams interested in participating can sign up by clicking here.
Later that day, the South Carolina Open Junior Clinic takes place from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. at Grande Dunes Resort Course, with a 2:45 p.m. check-in time. The clinic is geared toward young golfers ages 7 to 15 and features PGA Professional instruction in driving, chipping, putting, and fitness. Following the main instruction session, featured guest and PlayGolfMyrtleBeach.com/Golf Channel personality Charlie Rymer will conduct a special demonstration, with LPGA Member Meredith Kirk also joining the clinic as a featured guest offering additional special instruction. All attending juniors are encouraged to wear their PGA Jr. League jerseys.
The entry fee for the junior clinic is $15 and includes a hot dog, drink and PGA logoed hat for each participant. The clinic is open to the first 100 registrants with a signup deadline of July 2. Click here to sign up for this clinic.
The South Carolina Open Pro-Am supports two non-profit organizations dedicated to growing the game in our area. PGA REACH Carolinas is the philanthropic arm of the Carolinas PGA Section, the largest of the 41 PGA sections in the nation, whose 2,000 members across North and South Carolina are committed to serving our communities and growing the game of golf through its three pillars: youth, military, and diversity & inclusion.
Project Golf is dedicated to advocating the virtues of golf, along with providing an introduction to the game, instruction, and improved access for all golfers seeking to become involved with the sport. Particular focus will be applied to youth golf and development and with providing access, instruction and rehabilitation to disabled veterans.