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Top Myrtle Beach golf school vacations

The Classic Swing Golf School - a Golf Magazine Top 25 Golf School

Pawley's Plantation Ritson-Sole Golf School - Golf Magazine Top 25 Golf School with a fantastic 3-day package for $999; "This group has done it longer and better than any golf school..." - Golf Magazine, 2008

Steve Dresser Golf Academy - a Golf Magazine Top 25 Golf School

Hilton Golf Academy

Grande Dunes Golf Academy - Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher

Champions Golf Academy at Long Bay Club

Ocean Ridge Golf Academy - home of the Big Cats


Myrtle Beach golf courses and resorts

Barefoot Resort & Golf;  Fazio, Norman, Dye and Love courses

Legends Golf;  Moorland by PB Dye, Heathland by Tom Doak; Parkland, Oyster Bay, The Heritage Club

TPC of Myrtle Beach;  Fazio course rated 5 stars by Golf Digest

True Blue and Caledonia Golf & Fish Club;  by Mike Strantz, both on Golf Digest 100 Greatest Places to Play

Dunes Golf and Beach Club;  rated the top MB course

Pawley's Plantation;  Nicklaus Signature course, one of the "most underrated golf resorts in the Southeast" by T&L Golf

Big Cats of Ocean Ridge Plantation;  Lion's Paw, Leopard's Chase, Panther's Run, Tiger's Eye, and Jaguar's Lair (2010)

Classic Golf Group;  rated consistently among the top in the area - Black Bear, The Founder's Club, Indian Wells, Burning Ridge

Sea Trail;  Willard Byrd, Rees Jones, and Dan Maples award-winners

The Witch, The Wizard and Man 'O War

Grande Dunes;  Resort course;  one of the top new courses

Pine Lakes Country Club;  a classic re-opens in mid-March after renovation

Farmstead Golf Links;  the 18th is a 767-yard, par 6

Myrtle Beach National;  King's North, Southcreek and West

The Pearl Golf Links;  East and West courses

The Glens Golf Group;  Heather Glen, Glen Dornoch, Shaftesbury Glen, Possum Trot


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The Golf VI tees off on Myrtle Beach

by The Itinerant Golfer

Such a classic destination - full of great southern food and hospitality, country music, fantastic wide beaches, and more great golf courses than you could spit at (and yes, tobacco is welcome on some).  Therefore, Myrtle Beach golf is somewhat polar to a Pebble Beach golf experience, but on the spectrum of golf vacations, it’s also one of the best.

The other Golf

We chose it as a great place to stuff ourselves into a new VW Golf VI to roam through Myrtle Beach’s golf courses. We normally wouldn’t associate such a car with golf clubs given its size and trunk space, but it just seemed to fit our ambitious plans, meager budget, and dual desire to cure global warming and save gas money by NOT renting an SUV.

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