Celebrate Family Golf Week in Myrtle Beach July 10-16
Have room in your summer for a week of golf on the Grand Strand?
If so, clear out July 10-16 for Family Golf Week. In its 25th year, this event has evolved into two separate tournaments. The world’s biggest father-and-son tournament now runs with a parent-and-child competition, too.
Here’s all you need to know about this week.
What Events Are Going On for Family Golf Week?
The Father & Son Team Classic had run on its own for 17 years. Then, organizers combined it with the Mother & Daughter Team Classic. It’s now become the Parent & Child Team Classic. There are two separate tournaments that keep the whole family involved.
What Does It Cost to Compete?
The Father & Son Team Classic is $1095 per pair and $995 for returning teams. It’s the same cost structure to register for the Parent & Child Team Classic. Those fees go toward the following:
- Three rounds of golf
- Attendance at functions with free food and drinks
- Daily lunch at the golf courses
- A chance to win contest prizes and random drawings
- A prize bag worth at least $600
Event cards from 2021 are valid in 2022.
Golfers Like Stats. What Are Some Numbers for Family Golf Week?
Here you go:
- 25: Years that this event has been in Myrtle Beach
- 3: Days of competition
- 54: Holes in competition
- 800: Players expected
- 40: States represented (and many countries, too)
- 15: Flights in the competition
Which Golf Courses Are in Play?
Four awesome ones. Myrtle Beach IS the Golf Capital of the World, after all.
Designer: Rees Jones
Features: Beautiful landscaping from fairway to green, with live oaks and lakes throughout. Arcadian Shores boasts a unique design and is convenient to Myrtle Beach proper.
Designer: Davis Love III
Features: This pleasing course has ample landing spaces and greens. It’s reminiscent of Pinehurst No. 2. Barefoot Resort can challenge accomplished players and accommodate average golfers.
Designer: Rick Robbins
Features: This Calabash, N.C. course has a reputation for excellent upkeep. It features tifsport’s Bermuda fairway grass. Locals enjoy playing Crow Creek, and its fun track is a must-play for visitors.
Designer: Dan Maples
Features: Also in Calabash, this marshland course incorporates natural beauty in its design. The Pearl might have the nicest greens in town.
Ready to Compete?
The hope that you’ll find glory with your family on a Myrtle Beach golf course is a powerful motivation. What you’ll find is that no matter what the score, enjoy the experience. Take a chance and jump into the fray with your family and register for Family Golf Week today.