Myrtle Beach Area Golf Trail Offers Fall Golf Package That Includes Free Night's Stay, Lunch And Souvenir Towel

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Drawing For Newsletter Subscribers Also Offers Chance For A Free Vacation

The Brunswick Isles Golf Trail, located along the northern coast of South Carolina and the southern coast of North Carolina, is offering Fall golf packages. Packages start at $182 per person, based on quad occupancy and include a free night's accommodations with two or more paid nights; a free Brunswick Isles Golf Trail souvenir golf towel, and a free lunch each day of play. Golfers can also enjoy same course/same day replays for cart fee only at the 22 Trail courses.

Accommodations for the packages which are available from September 10 through November 29, 2009, at either Brunswick Plantation or Village at the Glens, can also be booked through Coastal Golfaway.

More information on the Brunswick Isles Fall Golf Package is available at At the site, golfers can subscribe to the free Trail newsletter. Those who subscribe by September 1 will be automatically entered to win a free golf vacation that includes a two nights accommodations and three rounds of golf for up to four golfers.

"Fall is a great time of the year to visit the Carolinas and play the Trail," said Jack Himmelsbach of The Glens Golf Group which manages Trail courses Heather Glen and Glen Dornoch, as well as accommodations partner Village at the Glens. "The weather is perfect for playing golf on our award winning courses, and discovering the thrill and challenges that each Trail course has to offer."

About Brunswick Isles Golf Trail

The Brunswick Isles Golf Trail combines great golf courses with nearby accommodations to create a golf experience unlike any other on the East Coast. The Trail stretches 60 miles from Southport, N.C. to North Myrtle Beach, S.C., winding through the unspoiled coastal area known as the Brunswick Islands.

The northernmost course on the Trail is The Bald Head Island Club. Going south, the courses are Lockwood Folly Country Club, Rivers Edge, Lion's Paw, Panther's Run, Tiger's Eye, Leopard's Chase, Sea Trail's Maples, Jones and Byrd Courses, the East and West Courses at The Pearl, Oyster Bay, Sandpiper Bay's 27-hole course complex, Thistle Golf Club, Brunswick Plantation's 27 holes, Meadowlands Golf Club, Farmstead Golf Links, Heather Glen Golf Links, Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links, River Hills Golf & Country Club, and Tidewater Golf Club.

More information is available online at
A tour of the trail and its courses and accommodations is at The Brunswick Isles Golf Trail can be followed on Twitter at

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