As the author of the popular “Steiny’s World” feature on Global Golf Post, John Steinbreder seeks “Adventures in Global Golf” but his travels had never brought him to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
As he explains in the opening paragraph:
“To be sure, I had heard about what a fun and affordable destination it was for golf buddy expeditions and family vacations. And I knew the area boasted roughly 100 courses in a 60-mile stretch of coastland known as the Grand Strand – and that some 3.5 million rounds are played there each year. But I was not sure how good that golf actually would be.”
SPOILER ALERT: At the risk of ruining the ending, here are a few more quotes from the full article: “Standing Up for Golf on The Grand Strand”.
“I played five first-rate golf courses in three days and ate at a number of excellent restaurants with interesting menus, enticing atmospheres and top-shelf service. I enjoyed taking long walks on the beach, and even indulged in a bit of deep-sea fishing.”
“As I lingered on the porch at Caledonia after my last round in Myrtle Beach, I thought of how glad I was to have finally made it to this retreat. I also realized that I could not wait to return.”
John, you’re welcome to come play golf with us in Myrtle Beach as often as you’d like!
Here are the Myrtle Beach golf courses John played during his visit: