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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

According to Chris King, communications manager for Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday, nearly every prominent golf architect in the past 50 years has a course in and near Myrtle Beach. “It’s a who’s who of golf courses offering the most diverse experiences in the world,” said King.

King said that more than 100 golf courses are spread along a 60-mile stretch of South Carolina coastline.

“I represent the marketing group that is the conduit between golf courses and the packages they provide. There are over 80 participating courses, and we make it easy to book and plan getaways. The golf package was born here, and we perfected it,” he said.

Lodging and golf are standard with Golf Holiday, and other incentives can include breakfast, lunch and gift cards. Packages range from value trips to luxury golf options.

“Another bonus is that we are a beach community where people can see the ocean and put their toes in the sand,” said King. “Groups have as much fun off the course as they do on.”


World Golf Hall of Fame
St. Augustine, Florida
More than 2,000 items are on display at the World Golf Hall of Fame, an interactive wonderland for golf fans.

Group members can not only have their picture taken atop a replica of the famous Swilcan Burn Bridge at the Old Course at St. Andrews, but also putt with a hickory club on an old-time putting green.

More than 175 stops in Voices From the Hall include personal accounts from legends like Greg Norman and Mariene Steward Streit, a 2004 World Golf Hall of Fame inductee and the first Canadian to be inducted.

Plan to also enjoy a round on its 18-hole natural grass putting course, an Imax film and lunch in the Fairways Cafe. As your members will be inspired after an afternoon there, take advantage of the many outstanding golf opportunities in the area.