Myrtle Beach golf reviews come in handy when you plan your next Myrtle Beach golf package or even want to play a round or two of golf along the Grand Strand. With over 100 golf courses, it’s essential to do a little investigation that might help you decide which courses to play. Each golfer is different, and everyone has their own opinion. Still, Myrtle Beach golf reviews can offer you a little insight into the round of golf that an individual golfer had on that particular day. These reviews are based on each golfer’s personal opinions and observations on the day they played the course – things could have changed, so take everything with a grain of salt! Of course, you can always ask one of our golf specialists for their own Myrtle Beach golf review! We hope that these sites will give you information and perhaps help you decide which courses you would like to play.
Myrtle Beach Golf Association Website: www.mbga.com
Myrtle Beach Golf Association continues its commitment to providing golfers from around the globe that travel to the area with complete information on Myrtle Beach golf reviews. The Myrtle Beach Golf Association provides players with candid, insider information on many Myrtle Beach golf courses. They also offer the Player’s Top 25 golf maps to help you get around the area, restaurant reviews, weather conditions, golf course ratings, etc. Myrtle Beach golf reviews are the main component of this website. They are based on feedback from both players and industry insiders.
World Golf Website: www.worldgolf.com
Brought to you by The Golf Channel, this website is known worldwide. Don’t let the worldwide knowledge fool you - they also have a particular destination section where the Seaside Golf Capital of the World is featured. Golf Digest, a partner with World Golf, provides the Myrtle Beach golf reviews in this website section. The Grand Strand spans from across the border in North Carolina to Georgetown – 60 miles to the south. Because Myrtle Beach has many golf courses that range in variety, we have been nicknamed the “supermarket of golf.” Myrtle Beach no longer has the reputation as a bargain-basement destination today. Several ultra high-end courses range from $150-200 in the peak season, which many will still call a bargain versus most other destinations.
Golf Digest has been incredibly kind to the Grand Strand, ranking 10 of its courses in its “Top 100 You Can Play” list each year, more than any other destination. Visit our myrtle beach golf course pages to find reviews by our customers and us.