When you are planning your Myrtle Beach golf package, one thing that will be extremely important is keeping an eye on the Myrtle Beach golf forecast. Of course, even if you aren’t planning a golf vacation, just a getaway with the family where you are looking to sneak in a round or two of golf, knowing the Myrtle Beach golf forecast is just as important to you! Here is some generic information for you to keep in mind, but as always as you get closer to your Myrtle Beach golf vacation, you will need to stay updated on the Myrtle Beach golf forecast and plan accordingly.
Typically, here are the temperatures and precipitation broken down by the month to help you know what to expect in a forecast for Myrtle Beach golf.
January temperatures are 56-37 degrees with an average of 3.5” of precipitation. The water temperature is around 50 and that is the coldest of the year. February temperatures are 60-39 degrees with an average of 3.5” of precipitation. The water temperature is around 52 and will continue to get warmer.
March is the start of the spring golf season. This month, the temperatures are 68-46 degrees with an average of 3.8” of precipitation. The water temperature is around 57, not that you’ll be in the ocean during your Myrtle Beach golf vacation! April means spring golf season is in full swing, and the temperatures are 76-53 degrees (perfect!) with an average of 2” of precipitation. The water temperature is around 62, which may entice you in.
May brings the close of the spring golf season, but the temperatures are still fantastic at 83-61 degrees with an average of 3” of precipitation. The water temperature is around 69. June means summer and the temperatures are on the rise. This month, they will range from 88-68, with 3.6” of precipitation (usually in the afternoons). Water temp is mild at 77, perfect for afternoon surfing.
July brings the heat – with the hottest temperatures on average for the year. 91-72 but the occasional triple digits is not out of the question. Water temps are in the 80’s and the chance of an afternoon shower is high. July and August are the wettest months for Myrtle Beach golf. August brings the same heat as July as well as the precipitation and warm water temps. You best bet for both July and August would be to play your rounds of golf in the mornings – both for the heat and thunderstorms.
September, October and November are the months for fall golf season. September’s temperatures range from 85-64 degrees while October and November are more fall-like with 77-54 and 69-46 degrees respectively. Water temperatures start at 80 in September and fall to 65 in November. Rain fall for September is around 5” while October and November drop to around 3”.
The last month of the year, December, still has mild temps ranging from 60-38, and rainfall totals around 3.5”. The water is a chilly 55 degrees, so a dip in the ocean will be pretty cold!