Golf Packages In Myrtle Beach, S.C. Offer An Affordable Escape From Frigid Weather

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America’s Golf Capital Provides Great Deals For The Perfect Winter Retreat

With the temperatures continuing to drop, now is the perfect time to get to Myrtle Beach, S.C. for your dream golf getaway. A trip to the beach always makes a wonderful vacation, and with a few of Myrtle Beach’s best golf resorts offering discounted packages, now is the right time to take that much-needed trip.

Myrtle Beach is known for having some of the country’s best golf courses and was recently named number four in the “Top 10 U.S. Golf Destinations” by Trip Advisor, a popular Web site which boasts “over 30 million traveler reviews and opinions.” It’s no surprise that Myrtle Beach is a top golf destination with the immense variety and affordability in courses offered including seven courses on Golf Digest’s list of “America’s Top 100” - all within minutes of each other.

Myrtle Beach has always been ideal for the budget-conscious. The new golf packages being offered allow for a perfect vacation that won’t break the bank.

These are some of the best deals for golfing in Myrtle Beach:

The Glens Golf Group consists of four award-winning courses - Heather Glen, Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links, Possum Trot and Shaftesbury Glen Golf & Fish Club. Shaftesbury Glen was named “2009 Golf Course of the Year” the by Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association.

Golfers who book and play three or more courses during morning hours at any of the four courses can receive a free 18-hole reply in the afternoon for each round purchased. The “Free Golf Special” has been extended through September 8, 2010. Golfers must book at least three Glens Group courses and replays must be booked after 1:30 p.m. Replays can be pre-booked and are guaranteed. All free replay options are valid only for the same day and no rain checks will be issued for the replay rounds.

More information on the “Free Golf Special” is available at Book online or call 1-888-999-9520.

Brunswick Isles Golf Trail stretches 60 miles from Southport N.C. to North Myrtle Beach, S.C., winding through unspoiled coastal area known as the Brunswick Islands and consists of 22 golf courses. The Trail is offering the “email special” golf package through March 17, 2010.

Packages start at $179 per person, based on quad occupancy. They 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 any of the 22 Trail courses.

Official Trail accommodations for the packages at either Brunswick Plantation or Village at the Glens and can be booked through Coastal Golf-away. More information on the Brunswick Isles “email special” golf package is available at

Pawleys Plantation, known for its upscale amenities and award-winning golf course, is offering its “Beat the Peak” golf package through March 17, 2010, for $259 per person.

Based on double occupancy, the package includes three nights accommodations in a luxurious one-bedroom suite and two rounds of golf on Pawleys Plantation’s signature Jack Nicklaus course. Additional rounds can be booked for $63 per person.

Additional information is available at or by calling 1-800-367-9959.

Legends Golf & Resort features five award-winning courses with a great Scottish atmosphere. All five Legends golf courses are recognized as some of the best in the state and the nation in the 2010 Golf World “Reader’s Choice Awards.”

Legends’ March Golf Madness Package starts at just $499 and includes round-trip airfare, three nights accommodations (based on double occupancy), two afternoon rounds of golf at any of the three on site, award-winning Legends' courses and breakfast is included each morning. Plus, the die-hards will have access to the Legends practice facility all day and unlimited range balls.

Call Legends today at 1-888-510-4363 for more information or to make a reservation.


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