Now playing: Myrtle Beach's best golf courses to play right off the airplane
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – Now playing on TravelGolf.com is a feature I just scribbled up on the best Myrtle Beach golf courses to boost your confidence.
Click here to read the whole article and see my picks.
I don’t know about you, fellow traveling golfers, but the last thing I want to do after I haven’t teed it up in awhile is show up to a course with tons of hazards, or houses (which, to us, is nothing more than O.B. stakes and potential lawsuits) littered around its holes.
When I’m planning a golf vacation, I try to book an easy course out of the gate before moving on to the more difficult and penal courses. Also, I don’t like playing the penal ones last, because usually by then my swing is tired and I’m mentally not as sharp as the second or third round.
So check these courses out so you can get your golf trip off on the right foot…
Currently, I’m in North Myrtle Beach and have played a great collection of courses thus far from Pawleys Island to Brunswick County. Tiger’s Eye at Ocean Ridge Plantation this morning was chilly but a beautiful layout (that spared no expense on aesthetic touches) that’s a lot of fun to play. There is plenty of woods, but few houses on it’s perimeter despite being in such a large residential and resort development.
I’m also still blown away with how fantastic the Tradition Golf Club’s greens were.
Tomorrow is my last round of the trip, the Barefoot Resort’s Fazio Course. I’ve driven the course before but have never let ‘er rip on these massive fairways and greens (and even bigger waste bunkers). It’s always fun playing a Tom Fazio design, especially one as highly regarded as Barefoot’s.
Stay tuned for more on Myrtle Beach golf at WorldGolf.com…
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I've heard such great things about Myrtle Beach, it's on my list!
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