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Try Myrtle Beach Golf Packages

Golf is a great game, and Myrtle Beach is a great golf destination. The Myrtle Beach golf website provides affordable golf packages on exclusive golf courses. When you visit this site you will notice six sub-tabs entitled Golf-Only Packages, Stay & Play Packages, Tee-Time Pricing, Golf Vacation Rentals, Special Deals, and Forum.

Finding Myrtle Beach golf packages that suit you is an unbelievably easy thing to do. The golf directors at Myrtle Beach golf vacations have hand picked the courses and accommodations from an assortment of top selections. They are proud to offer both packages with or without accommodations. So if you need a golf vacation, you should consider coming down to Myrtle Beach for a memorable weekend of playing golf.

For small businesses or families that want a golf vacation that includes a group of 24 or more, you will be accommodated in beautiful oceanfront condominium. It should be noted that every golf package includes fees, taxes, and golf carts. You will not be disappointed, and you will not ever receive additional charges for your golf vacation. The price that is quoted online is that price that you will pay.
Some of the Golf Myrtle Beach packages include the Legendary Legends Golf Package, the Only Barefoot Resort Golfing Package, the Ocean Ridges Big Cat’s Golf Package, the Glens Ultimate Golfing Package, the Mystical Golfing Package, This Sea Trail Golfing Package, the National PT Rewards, and the East Coast Golf Package. As mentioned previously all of these packages include the specified rounds of golf, free breakfast, lunch, two beers, and excellent golfing.

For example, the Legendary Legends Package offers either three or five rounds of golf. For three rounds of golf, you will pay $171 per golfer and for five rounds of golf you will pay $228 per golfer. You will have a choice of courses including Heritage, Legends Heathland, Legends Moorland, Legends Parkland, and Waster Bay. Each of these courses will provide an experienced golfer with a unique set of challenges.
The Heathland course was designed by Tom Doak, and it is reminiscent of other British Isle courses including St. Andrews. Each hole lays in an open landscape and is protected by a series of the greenside bunkers. These strategically placed greenside bunkers are challenging, but the biggest challenge is the unobstructed breeze that continually flows throughout the course. The course opened in 1990 and a golf magazine named it one of the top 10 new resorts courses in the world.

The Moorland golf course was mentioned as one of the country’s toughest 50 courses. However, it is a course that favors long hitters and is amateur friendly. There are extreme undulations, elevation changes, bulkheads, deep bunkers and multilevel greens. These are just a few of the challenges you will face when you play this beautiful golf course.

Therefore, whether you come to Myrtle Beach just to play golf or if you prefer a complete golf and accommodation package, visit this easy to navigate golf website. Try a Myrtle Beach golf package for your next golf vacation.