Planning a Myrtle Beach golf and bachelor party
Rick is looking for middle-range courses not too far from Myrtle Beach, because they would rather take cabs than rent a car.
First off Rick, be sure to go with a golf package, which will especially fit larger groups like yours.
The courses that probably fit you best are mid-range courses like Myrtle Beach National’s West and Southcreek (I like West more, personally because it’s more wide-open and driver-friendly). Myrtlewood and Waterway Hills also solid bargains. Prestwick is a little higher-end but certainly worth it (few Pete Dye designs are this cheap!).
Other nearby courses are River Oaks, the Legends Resort (three courses) and Myrtle Beach National (three courses) on Hwy 501. Indian Wells and Wicked Stick down Hwy 17 South maybe five miles are also popular and price-effective.
As far as where to stay, you’ll want to book a condo on the beach to be near all the action. Resorts like Bay View, Breakers and Long Bay all feature 2, 3 and 4 bedroom condos that should be a lot of fun with your group. I was checking out some of the new condos at Bay View a few weeks ago and they’re quite sharp.
Regarding price, I checked in with the packagers at Myrtle Beach National, and the quote they’ve given for this kind of trip would be, between Feb. 14-27 $192 per golfer, $76 for non-golfers. That includes golf and cart at MBN West, MBN Southcreek and Waterway Hills and two-bedroom oceanfront condos at Bayview Resort, which is right in the middle of Myrtle Beach and a quick drive to everything.
Remember, if you have questions, call MyrtleBeachGolf.com (866) 409-2177 and they can walk you through the package process.
If anyone else has a question about planning their Myrtle Beach trip, drop me a line. And if you curious about the gentleman’s clubs, WorldGolf.com resident expert Tim McDonald can help you here.
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