An inside look at playing the World Amateur Handicap Championship in Myrtle Beach

The 24th annual World Amateur Handicap Championship was played last week on nearly 70 courses in Myrtle Beach and featured close to 3,800 golfers ranging from scratch to blindingly awful. For all of you amateurs curious what all the fuss is about, I've compiled a concise list of "likes" and "dislikes" from my first appearance ...

Go to article or click photos to enlarge.

World Amateur Handicap Championship in Myrtle Beach

Playing with golfers as good, or as bad, as you: just one of the many things to like about the World Amateur Handicap Championship.

Credits: Courtesy

Myrtle Beach Golf Package
Dates: December 1, 2015 - September 7, 2016
Your foursome will share a two-bedroom unit (with four beds) at Legends Golf & Resort for three nights, and play all three courses on site: The Heathland, Moorland, and Parkland. In addition, you can play Oyster Bay and Heritage Club as alternates to the Legends courses. And you can work on your game at the Legends' lighted 30-acre practice facility. Breakfast, lunch, and two draft beers or fountain drinks included daily.
Price range: $259