Best Myrtle Beach Hotels For Golfers
For a memorable and enjoyable golf vacation, not just any resort or hotel will do. Things like on-site golf directors, roomy accommodations, convenient location, and great rates are important things for golfers to factor in when choosing a place to stay.
With the average round taking about four-and-a-half hours, you’ll be spending almost twenty hours somewhere else!
So here’s a list of some of Myrtle Beach’s best resorts for golfers, with all of the above factored in for your convenience.
This oceanfront resort has been voted #1 for Golf Packages in The Sun News’ annual Best of the Beach contest, and their golf directors are on hand to provide free custom quotes, book your package, and make tee times. Accommodations here range from Oceanfront Suites to 4-Bedroom Condos that sleep up to eight people. And one of the area’s most beloved restaurants, Sea Captain’s House, is right next door.
This 4-Diamond resort is a short drive from several of the great courses on the north end, and you can use their website to build your own package, check out specials, or to contact one of their golf directors for a free quote. There aren’t many more luxurious places to stay in this town, with amenities like an on-site spa, fine dining steakhouse, and several lavish pools. And as for rooms, North Beach has options that can accommodate anywhere between four and twenty people.
Another of the area’s 4-Diamond resorts, this north end accommodation is adjacent to the Grande Dunes resort course, and conveniently-situated just a short drive from Broadway at the Beach, Barefoot Landing, and several of Myrtle Beach’s finest courses, where the resort’s golf package specialists can get you the best rates possible. On-site fine dining, heated pools, complimentary valet and newspapers, and free in-room wi-fi are just some of the great amenities that you’ll find at the Marina Inn.
This North Myrtle Beach resort is also home to four of the area’s best courses, known as much for their great condition year-round as the famous golfers and architects who designed them – Davis Love III, Greg Norman, Pete Dye, and Tom Fazio. It’s also adjacent to Barefoot Landing, a shopping, dining, and entertainment complex full of great restaurants, bars, and concert venues.
Many of the Grand Strand’s best courses are located in Murrells Inlet and Pawleys Island, which can be a lengthy drive from some Myrtle Beach resorts. So if you have a few south end courses on your itinerary, check out this Litchfield Beach property and save some time on early-morning commutes.
Part of the fun of Myrtle Beach golf trips is getting to hit the town after your round. This hotel is located adjacent to South Carolina’s largest entertainment complex – Broadway at the Beach. With more than two dozen restaurants and sixteen unique nightlife options, this place is sure to have something for everyone in your group, both night and day.
Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, these condos are roomy enough for several people to comfortably occupy, and just down the street from two of the area’s oldest courses – Myrtlewood’s Pinehills and Palmetto. Units here range from one to three bedrooms, and each is equipped with a full kitchen, washer and dryer, and large living room.