Golfer from Ireland wants to know the top Myrtle Beach golf courses for his spring vacation
We just received a letter from Michael, a reader from Ireland planning a Myrtle Beach golf vacation for April. It’s always great to hear about visitors from overseas coming to the States for a Myrtle Beach golf trip. But I’m sure the sheer choice, about 100 courses, means it can be tough to narrow it down.
Here’s what he’s looking for:
Myself and three friends have booked our flights to myrtle beach from Ireland for mid April. With such a collection of courses im looking for information on what courses i “have” to play. Coming such a long distance we plan on playing some of the best courses in the area. any advice on courses we should play or avoid would be greatly appreciatied.
You’re coming during prime time Michael, when green fees will be the highest but all the courses will be in as good of shape as you’ll ever see them, especially if the rough isn’t dormant by the time you arrive.
As for pure destination plays, I would personally put Dunes Golf & Beach Club at the top of my list for you, followed by Caledonia Golf & Fish Club. TPC Myrtle Beach doesn’t disappoint, and I also like King’s North at Myrtle Beach National and Barefoot Resort’s Fazio course.
Additionally, one of the best sites to see user-rated reviews is MBGolfInsider.com. This is where you can get the best up-to-date reviews of a course’s condition and value, though many raters are regulars to the Grand Strand, so your goal posts may be different since you’re looking something closer to a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
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