Autumn Golfing on Some of the Best Courses Around

Autumn Golfing on Some of the Best Courses Around
Golf is one of the most enjoyed sports in this area whether you’re a golf master or a beginner player using your first rental clubs. A big reason for that are the phenomenal views on a seemingly endless supply of courses on which to play. The city’s charm has brought golfers back time after time to play just one more round on the best golf courses in the area. At Myrtle Beach Seaside Resorts we have a large number of North Myrtle Beach condos where you can comfortably stay while you’re here and we have to tell you — they’re even more outstanding than our fairways!
The area is widely known because of the number of championship courses available around the Grand Strand. Over the years, the number of courses continues to grow well over 100 courses, providing you the opportunity to play a new course each and every time you visit. Golfers will never be bored with golf when visiting South Carolina. After recharging in our North Myrtle Beach condos after a game, you can dine in one of over 1,800 restaurants in the area.
Tidewater Golf Club came in #4 in Golf Digest’s most preferred golf courses in South Carolina. They offer all sorts of summer and fall deals on packages including the Fall Elite Package. The Tidewater courses sit high atop a peninsula that overlooks the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. A magnificent saltwater marsh and ocean inlet adjoin the course on the eastern side while the Intracoastal Waterway flanks several holes on the north and west. Adding to the visual variety, thick stands of hardwoods conjure up memories of New England’s finest clubs. Come see for yourself!

Myrtle Beach has some of the finest courses along the east coast. That’s a well-known fact. The Barefoot Love Course is a genuine Carolina gem. Built at Barefoot Resort by North Carolina’s Davis Love, a Tar Heel who knows a little about golf, the course carries his name and his integrity. This course is impeccable, visually striking and a whole lot of fun to play. The course incorporates a replica of ruins from an antebellum plantation house similar to ruins found throughout the South Carolina Lowcountry. Put this one at the top of your list.

The World Tour Golf Links Course is another well-known course. This course was built to replicate aspects of some of the most popular courses around. During your time on these courses you will be struck with memories of courses you have played in the past or have seen on television. This course offers golfer’s access to a restaurant between games before its back to the green for another round.

Don’t limit yourself to playing just any one course. Pick your favorite spots and bundle them together in a package to get the best rates. The area has all the right courses to create the perfect golf vacation for you and your friends. We hope to see you soon!

Enjoying Autumn in Coastal South Carolina

Autumn is fast approaching as August winds down. This is such a beautiful time of year to visit coastal South Carolina. This time of year provides us with beautiful colors of foliage, temperatures that are cooler, and less crowds in the area. If you haven’t managed a summer vacation yet, consider coming now when you can enjoy all the area has to offer at a more leisurely pace. Any one of our many South Carolina seaside resorts is sure to be just what you’re looking for to stay here in comfort.

Enjoying Autumn in Coastal South Carolina

Mark your calendar now because while you’re here you’ll want to get out and enjoy the various local events. All are within a short drive to our North Myrtle Beach resorts where you’ll be staying.
A short drive to Murrells Inlet, south of Myrtle Beach, will net you a delicious dinner in the “Seafood capital of South Carolina” as well as the Marsh Walk Fireworks Show at 10 p.m. on Sunday, September 4.
Dog Days Blues and Jazz Festival will be held at the La Belle Amie Vineyard in Little River, SC, from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday, September 10. Bring your friends and family and plan to enjoy great wine, jazz and blues music.
SOS Fall Migration, takes place from September 16-25, 2016. The SOS lounges include Fat Harold’s, Ducks, Duck’s II, the OD Arcade, Pirate’s Cove and the clubs at OD Beach & Golf Resort. There will be special parties scheduled by the clubs as well as tea parties sponsored by member clubs. Enjoy popular bands playing along Main Street. Shag dance instructors will be available to offer classes.
Don’t miss the 13th Annual Irish Italian International Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on September 24, 2016. Held on Main Street, North Myrtle Beach, this event is sponsored by the City of North Myrtle Beach and is open to the public. The festival features food from local restaurants, two stages of live entertainment, street performers, art & craft vendors, and dance groups. Restaurants will compete for the title of Best Entrée, Best Decorated, and Best Dessert. A children’s area will offer a variety of entertainment that suits all ages; magic, balloon art and inflatables (for a nominal fee).