After Independence Day golf in Myrtle Beach, take the foursome to Freestyle Music Park for $17.76
When I lived in Myrtle Beach, my favorite weekend was probably July 4th weekend. Friends were in town, the bars were packed, and on the night of the 4th, going out to the beach at night was a pretty wild scene. With all the explosions lighting up the sky for miles both up and down the beach, I felt like I was in the last scene of Glory when the Union troops were storming the Confederate Fort under intense cannon fire.
If you’re in Myrtle Beach for the 4th of July weekend, for golf or just hanging on the beach, check out this offer from the newly-opened Freestyle Music Park: Go on the 4th of July and pay just $17.76 for four tickets.
I went to the old Hard Rock Park before it closed down last summer, and it seemed like they were asking a little too much money for what they were offering. They were trying to get Cedar Point admission costs and the attractions weren’t on the same level. Well, the park was sold and new ownership seems have learned from Hard Rock’s mistakes, reducing admission and offering plenty of specials to ensure visitors feel they got their money’s worth.
If you don’t feel like going to the beach for fireworks, there will be a show at 10 pm at the park. If you’re a glutton, enter the pie-eating or hotdog eating contest…Details are at FreestyleMusicPark.com
If you’re trying to figure out which golf courses to play this weekend or any weekend in Myrtle Beach, click here for a couple recent features: 10 best traditional courses in Myrtle and the 10 top non-traditional designs.
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