Myrtle Beach Family Golf

Years ago Myrtle Beach was the number one destination for all-male buddy trips, corporate executive outings and bachelor parties, but today more and more families are choosing Myrtle Beach as their vacation destination with golf as one of the activities in which the entire family can participate.

The Grand Strand offers some of the best family golf deals, including the game’s most extensive “Kids Play Free” program with more than 50 area courses participating. At its zenith from June through August, the program allows kids 16 and under to play for free when accompanied by a paying adult. It’s a great way to expose kids to the game and enjoy family time together.

Check out some of these great courses:

POSSUM TROT
This Glens Golf Group course is great for those new to the game, offering traditional design with wider fairways that are more forgiving. Possum Trot is an outstanding value, making family golfing more affordable.

WILLBROOK PLANTATION
Designed by Dan Maples, this course is built on the site of two Carolina plantations and blends natural beauty with superb course design. It’s listed as No. 31 on Golf Digest’s list of the Top 50 Courses for Women.

WACHESAW PLANTATION EAST
A former rice plantation, this course designed by Clyde Johnston is carved out of gently rolling terrain surrounded by woods and fresh-water wetlands and lakes. Its five sets of tees ensure inclusion of all ages and skill levels.

MEADOWLANDS
Named one of the Top Ten Best New Courses by North Carolina Magazine when it opened and one of the top 100 Women-Friendly Courses, this well-manicured course with five tees challenges and rewards every level of golfer.

Copyright 2010 Sandra Chambers–All rights reserved (text & photos)
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One response to “Myrtle Beach Family Golf

  1. Southern Traveller

    Great Site!

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