Hottest Trending Golf Courses for Fall in Myrtle Beach!
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Here is your definitive list of great Myrtle Beach golf courses to play this fall!
Myrtle Beach is the so-called “Golf Capital of the World” with over 100 golf courses in a stretch of 60 miles of the South Carolina Coast! The hotels are reasonably priced, the restaurants offer everything from family fare to fine dining, take your pick. I am proud to say that my Myrtle Beach golf school site is hosted by one of my favorite Myrtle Beach course, Pawleys Plantation. Check it out here. Bring your buddies and have a great time in Myrtle Beach this fall!
Myrtle Beach Golf Insider has been guiding golfers to the best courses, the top golf schools, and highest rated restaurants for decades.
You can pick up their publication at most courses and at all of the golf shops on the Grand Strand in South Carolina. Easiest access to this terrific guide can be found atwww.mbgolfinsider.com.
Recently, the web site polled 27,000 golfers as to how they’d rate a course for quality of fairways, greens, tee boxes, clubhouse, shop, grill and overall staff interaction.
The overall winner is the Grande Dunes Resort Course, a Roger Rulewich design.
Tradition Golf Club in Pawleys Island SC and Tidewater came in second and third, respectively.
To see which 2 Grand Strand courses filled out the Top 5 for Fall of 2015, take a peek at this article provided by mbn.com:
Courses from North Myrtle Beach to Pawleys Island are among the “hottest”-trending courses in Myrtle Beach golf, according to the most recent reviews submitted by visiting golfers at the Myrtle Beach Golf Insider.
The Web site, which boasts more than 27,000 golfer reviews of 74 golf courses along the Grand Strand, gives reviewers the opportunity to rate the courses they’ve played in each of six categories, on a scale of 1 to 10: fairways, greens, tee boxes, clubhouse shop, grill and overall staff interaction. Based on these criteria, the following courses showed the most significant gains in their 10 most recent reviews as of Aug. 27, 2015:
Course Overall Ranking Last 10 Reviews Change Grande Dunes Resort Club 8.1 9.1 1.0 Tradition Club 8.4 9.3 0.9 Tidewater 8.4 9.1 0.7 SouthCreek at Myrtle Beach National ￼ 8.6 9.1 0.5 Willbrook Plantation 8.1 8.6 0.5
2014 co-host of the PGA Professional National Championship was Grande Dunes Resort Club
On the heels of its status as a 2014 co-host of the PGA Professional National Championship, Grande Dunes Resort Club’s Roger Rulewich design was the destination of choice for the Carolinas PGA to host its 2015 Section Championship in July. Golfers noted superior conditioning in the weeks surrounding that event as contributing factors to their ratings bump.
Tradition Club rode a wave of good course conditions and high customer service marks, while Tidewater’s recently renovated greens drew high praise in several recent reviews. SouthCreek at Myrtle Beach National reviewers noted exceptional value and good pace of play, while scenery and “southern plantation charm” ruled the day for many of Willbrook Plantation’s reviewers.
Pictures: Grand Dunes Golf Advisor.
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