Myrtle Beach Golf Courses

Myrtle Beach Golf Courses Review

The quality and abundance of Myrtle Beach golf courses gives it the name “Golftown, USA” or the “Golf Capital of the World”. Since most of Myrtle Beach’s golfers come from out of town, they rely on accurate, unbiased information on golf course reviews. The Myrtle Beach Golf Association’s website provides candid and honest reviews of Myrtle Beach golf courses.

Myrtle Beach boasts hundreds of golf courses along the Grand Strand and also further inland. In 2007 there were 3.7 million rounds of golf played on Myrtle Beach golf courses. Most of the Myrtle Beach golf courses are public.

Myrtle Beach golf vacations are big business for the metropolitan area. The area’s many resorts and hotels offer top-notch accommodations along with generous golf packages. Myrtle Beach golf trips by winter-weary northerners are common during the spring season. Most golf travelers book a reservation at a Myrtle Beach golf resort, play golf during the day and go out to eat in the evening. Myrtle Beach is a great destination for a family vacation too. While dad is out playing golf, mom and the kids can enjoy the beach, shopping, and more.

In addition to being the self-proclaimed golf capital of the world, Myrtle Beach also claims the title of “Miniature Golf Capital of the World”, with over 50 miniature golf courses. Myrtle Beach mini golf courses are well maintained and feature exotic themes such as volcanoes, dinosaurs, or pirates. Mini golf is a great family outing so be sure to test your putting skills on the area’s many miniature golf courses.

Book a vacation to Myrtle Beach and be sure to check out their many golf courses. Golf can be played year-around, but is best during the spring and fall seasons. There are also many golf resorts that offer package deals that include hotel rooms, dining, and, of course, golf.