Texas Resident Wins Facebook Challenge And Trip To Myrtle Beach, S.C.

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Myrtle Beach's Glens Golf Group Provides Free Golf Vacation To Fan

The Glens Golf Group, located along the Grand Strand of Myrtle Beach, S.C., recently concluded its first ever Glens Golf Group giveaway contest through Facebook. On May 14, 2010, Ed Bohnemann from Plano, Texas was named the winner of the free 3-night/3-round golf vacation for a foursome to the Glens Golf Group. Many more Facebook promotions are planned for the coming weeks.

Over a three-week period, Glens Golf Group Facebook fans had to use their knowledge to answer nine trivia questions about the Myrtle Beach Golf Group. A new question was posted three times a week. Each participant who answered all nine questions correctly had his or her name thrown into a hat and the winner was picked at random.

Bohnemann and three of his golfing buddies plan to redeem his winnings this fall with a golf trip to Myrtle Beach. He will have his choice of play on Heather Glen, Glen Dornoch, Shaftesbury Glen or Possum Trot, the four courses that make up Glens Golf Group. Accommodations will be at the golf villas located at the Scottish-themed setting called the Village at the Glens, which overlooks the spectacular Heather Glen Golf Links. The free vacation is valued at almost $1,400.

For more information on the Glens Golf Group, visit its Web site or Facebook page.

About The Glens Golf Group

The flagship of The Glens Golf Group is Heather Glen, which is located in Little River, S.C. on a magnificent, 400-acre historic site. Designed by Willard Byrd and Clyde Johnston, the course opened in 1987.

Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links, often referred to as "Myrtle Beach's Most Talked About Course," was designed by Clyde Johnston in a tribute to legendary course architect Donald Ross. Glen Dornoch is a traditional course and each hole flows with the natural terrain of lakes, live oaks and spectacular marsh and river views.

Known as the "Friendliest Course On The Beach," Possum Trot has an honored place in the history of Myrtle Beach golf. One of the first ten championship courses built along Myrtle Beach's Grand Strand, which now has more than 100 golf courses, Possum Trot has stood the test of time. The course's Old English design features spacious fairways, challenging par 5's, as well as flawlessly manicured greens and spectacular flower displays.

Inspired by world-famous courses like Winged Foot and Augusta National, architect Clyde Johnston designed a traditional British Isles course at Shaftesbury Glen Golf & Fish Club, located on the banks of South Carolina's beautiful Waccamaw River. Shaftesbury Glen was recently named 2009 Golf Course of the Year by Myrtle Beach area golf course owners.


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