The Four Steps to Planning a Golf Getaway to Myrtle Beach
Golf and vacation go together like lemonade and iced tea. And Myrtle beach just so happens to be a great spot for either urge. Unfortunately for us, we aren’t the only people who know this. So, if you’re thinking about planning a golf getaway to Myrtle Beach, be sure to follow these four steps.
Book Lodging and Golf Together
Luckily for us, both golf courses and hotels have gotten hip to the fact that people converge on Myrtle Beach for golf and relaxation at the same time. This is why there are quite a few sites dedicated to finding you the best deals on rounds and accommodation. You can choose rooms and locations, and then choose your course and the number of rounds you wish to play. They save time and potentially money, making them a valuable resource.
Stay as Close to the Beach as Possible
Especially in the summer, traffic flowing into the beach area will be heavy. The closer to the beach you book a room, the less of that you’ll have to deal with, as traffic away from the beach may be a little easier to manage.
I know this is a great plan of attack for any vacation, but it could not be any more true in this case. Myrtle Beach attracts a diverse crowd for myriad reasons, it enjoys a steady flow of traffic almost year round. Scope out a timeframe ahead of time to beat the rush.
Enjoy All Myrtle Beach Has to Offer
It’s got great courses. It’s got a beautiful, well kept beach. Make sure you take time away from the links, away from the creature comforts of your room to go out. Take in the beach, sample to local fare and nightlife, and make a full experience out of it. All golf and no play make any vacation dull.