Being the “Seaside Golf Capital of the World” means that the Grand Strand has many golf courses for one to choose from when planning your Myrtle Beach golf package. We have the best golf courses for your Myrtle Beach golf package and several options for those looking to play in tournaments on a Myrtle Beach golf mini-tour. While there is not just one Myrtle Beach golf mini-tour but several, we’ll explore a couple of options for those looking to play a few tournaments on the Myrtle Beach golf mini-tour.
Coastal Players Tour
This Myrtle Beach golf mini-tour was started in 2012. The tour has grown to encompass more golf courses than just those in the Myrtle Beach area in the past five years. The tournaments for this Myrtle Beach golf mini-tour are played along the Grand Strand and the Raleigh and Pinehurst area. Both professionals and amateurs are welcome on this Myrtle Beach golf mini-tour. They have guaranteed first-place cash prizes for the professionals and gift cards for the amateurs – and first-place trophies. For more information, check out the website at: www.coastalplayerstour.com
Golf Channel Am Tour
This Myrtle Beach golf mini-tour is for amateurs only and has many different divisions around the country. Started by the Golf Channel, this Myrtle Beach golf mini-tour can be found hosting tournaments locally in the Carolinas division at many of the prestigious golf courses around the Grand Strand. True Blue, Caledonia, Oyster Bay, and even Pawley’s Plantation have hosted this Myrtle Beach golf mini-tours event. For more information, visit: www.gcamtour.com
Golf Week Amateur Tour
This Myrtle Beach golf mini-tour is for amateurs and plays many of the Myrtle Beach area golf courses. The entry fees are low, and in addition to the tournaments on this Myrtle Beach golf mini-tour, they also offer skins games. Play courses like Barefoot Resort, TPC Myrtle Beach, and even Grande Dunes. Come out and compete with your fellow golfers for a great tournament to be played for bragging rights. Info on this Myrtle Beach golf mini-tour at: www.amateurgolftour.net
If you are looking for various tournaments to play in to get your competitive juices flowing, check out the above Myrtle Beach golf mini-tour suggestions. The three above are just a few of the many out there. Simply visit your internet search engine for more options if looking for more.