1. Myrtle Beach Golf Packages
  2. Myrtle Beach Kid Friendly Golf

During the spring and fall, Myrtle Beach sees a vast influx of golfers that take their annual Myrtle Beach golf vacations and spend several days with their group playing some of the top-ranked golf courses in the country. During the summer, Myrtle Beach is known as one of the top beach vacation destinations. Families from across the nation converge in the area to partake in their annual summer vacation. While the families are in town, many are on the lookout for things to do as a family, leading us to ask the question: Is Myrtle Beach Kid Friendly for Golf? The answer is yes! The Grand Strand is known for the 100+ golf courses in the area. The Grand Strand has a Kids Play Free program, proving that Myrtle Beach is Kid-Friendly for golf.

The Myrtle Beach area is known for being kid-friendly in golf and making sure to help grow the future stars of the game. The area has approximately 40 golf courses (many of the top-ranked in the area and around the nation) that allow junior golfers under the age of 17 to play for free when accompanied by a paying adult. There are other facilities that the juniors may not play for free. Still, heavily discounted tee times are available (especially during spring and fall golf season).

Here is a list (as of 2016) of the courses that participate in the Kids Play Free program to ensure that Myrtle Beach’s kid-friendly golf continues:
Aberdeen, Arrowhead, Beachwood (pm), Blackmoor, Black Bear, Burning Ridge, Crown Park, Farmstead, Founders Club, Glen Dornoch, Grande Dunes, Heather Glen, Heron Point, Indian Wells, Indigo Creek, International Club, King’s North, Leopards Chase, Lion’s Paw, Litchfield, Long Bay, MBN Southcreek, MBN West, Meadowlands, Myrtlewood Palmetto & Pinehills, Panther’s Run, Pawleys Plantation, Pearl (East & West), Pine Lakes, Possum Trot (pm), Prestwick (pm), Quail Creek, River Club, Rivers Edge, River Oaks, Sandpiper Bay, Shaftesbury Glen, Tidewater, Tiger’s Eye, Tradition, Wachesaw East, Wild Wing, & Willbrook

Of course, some of the courses may change, so we encourage you to call the course to ensure the Myrtle Beach kid-friendly golf program or ask one of our golf specialists.