Are There Other Activities To Do On a Myrtle Beach Golf Trip?
For groups traveling to Myrtle Beach, the Bald Head Island Trip is a recommended day trip. A 20-minute ferry ride to this unique island off the coast of North Carolina is a must (home of the Cape Fear Lighthouse). Around one of the most enjoyable courses in the Carolinas to makes for a superb golfing day out.
What Nightlife is There in Myrtle Beach For a Golf Holiday?
Myrtle Beach is spread out and therefore has numerous options for golfers looking for evening entertainment. One option in the more southerly end at Ocean Boulevard, sitting right down on the beachfront there are many bars and restaurants to enjoy. On Ocean Boulevard the place to be is Ocean Annies, Myrtle Beach’s most famous beach restaurants and bar which during the day serves a fantastic variety of Seafood and international cuisine, with all of your favorites. In the evening the music is turned up and the venue turns into one of the areas most popular nightspots.
Barefoot landing is also another popular spot located in North Myrtle Beach, sitting in between Highway 17 and the Intracoastal Waterway. It has a wide selection of bars restaurants and night clubs and also doubles during the day with numerous shopping and outlet stores too.
Broadway At The Beach located in mid-Myrtle Beach is a popular shopping center and entertainment complex with golfers flocking here to enjoy their holiday entertainment. With 84 places to shop, 37 places to eat not counting 9 bars (we recommend a visit to Crocodile Rocks) and all within a stone’s throw of popular hotels.
Once you get there, you’ll be hooked, because golf in Myrtle Beach is as good as it gets. No resort works harder to make sure that you have a good time playing golf, has such a variety of high-quality public golf courses, or is more hospitable and welcoming.
No other resort has a better selection of restaurants and nightlife. In fact, if you’re a golfer and haven’t played at Myrtle Beach – well you’re like a kid who hasn’t been to Disney. You’re missing out on one of life’s truly great holiday experiences.