Myrtle Beach


Myrtle Beach, South Carolina has long been a favourite destination for golfers all over America as well as from the UK and Europe. With over 80 championship golf courses within 1 hour from the centre there is so much choice.

Tidewater Golf Plantation
Tidewater Golf Plantation

Myrtle Beach is also a great place for a family or beach holiday so you can bring the family along too. Activities include theme and water parks, mini golf, fun-fairs and night life.

Shopping is big in Myrtle Beach with huge outlet malls, souvenir shops, specialty stores, several golf superstores and more. But the area is best known for the 60 miles of beautiful Atlantic coastline which have given it it’s nickname ‘The Grand Strand’.

Myrtle Beach Golf

With so many courses to choose from Myrtle Beach the options can be daunting if you are new to the area. We use our first hand knowledge to help you find the package that will be suit your taste and budget.

See our Myrtle Beach Golf page for more information.

Grande Dunes
Grande Dunes Resort Course, Myrtle Beach


There are bewildering number of accommodation options but we use our local knowledge and expertise to point you in the right direction.

Hilton Accommodation
Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort

Take a look at our Myrtle Beach accommodation page for details of the resorts that we offer.


Myrtle Beach boasts two main shopping, dining and entertainment centres. Broadway at the Beach is the most popular location and we have accommodation that will put you right near the action. Ripley’s Aquarium and the Palace Theatre are two of the main attractions.

Broadway at the Beach
Margaritaville at Broadway

Barefoot Landing, North Myrtle Beach is just fifteen minutes drive north of Broadway at the Beach. The main attractions are Alabama Theater, Alligator Adventure and House of Blues, which is a live music venue.

Barefoot Landing from across the lake

There is plenty going on along the seafront including the Myrtle Beach Sky Wheel seen in the left-hand photo above. You will find plenty of shopping, dining and amusements along the front or nearby to keep you occupied.

See our Myrtle Beach Attractions page for more information.


There are over 1800 places to eat in the area, from fast food outlets, pancake houses and diners to fine dining establishments. There is something for everyone regardless of last and budget.

Myrtle Beach dining
Ocean front dining at the Marriott Myrtle Beach


The summer beach trade brings in the most visitors and as such July and August can be very busy.

Peak Golf season runs from mid March through to early May with October also being a peak month as well, although rates are not as high as in the Spring. Courses are at their busiest but the weather and course conditions are at their very best.

That said May, June, September, November and December are all great times to visit the area for golfers. Courses are quieter, rates are lower and playing conditions are fantastic pretty much all year round.

Winter temperatures can be variable but it is generally dry and sunny in the early winter months so if you don’t mind some cold mornings you can make the most of the great rates at that time of year. The weather in January and February are a bit more unpredictable but a really bad winter is rare.

Barefoot Fazio
Fantastic winter playing conditions at Barefoot Resort, Fazio course

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If you would like a quote or just want some additional information or advice please contact us. 

We spend almost half our time in the US, a lot of the time travelling which is why we do not publish a phone number.  We therefore prefer that you contact us via email but if you wish to speak by phone then please give us a time and a number and we will call you.

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