The Myrtle Beach area has so many great golf courses, more than 80 in a 60-mile radius of the city, that it’s almost impossible to play them all. In fact, you could play 18 holes every day from now to New Year’s and still not check them all off your list before the calendar strikes 2020.
Few folks have the kind of time and money to allow for such a lengthy retreat, but Myrtle Beach Golf makes it possible to experience a small taste of the luxurious lifestyle at an affordable price. The Clubhouse Pass provides players with an incredible 72-hour experience in GolfTown USA.
In addition to offering three rounds at a combination of 14 courses, The Clubhouse Pass also puts you in the lap of luxury at one of 11 award-winning resorts. Best of all, Myrtle Beach Golf puts this package within your budget by offering big discounts on both tee times and lodging. Golfers can save up to $145 on golf at these prestigious courses while also saving up to 30 percent off accommodations with the Clubhouse Pass.
Myrtle Beach Golf makes it as simple as 1-2-3 to schedule the ultimate Grand Strand golf trip. Here’s a quick and easy guide to booking your Clubhouse Pass golf getaway:
1) Select your dates: This step may sound simple enough, but when you decide to play has the biggest impact on the amount you pay. For instance, from New Year’s till Feb. 27, 2020, the offseason in Myrtle Beach, golfers can purchase the three-day Clubhouse Pass at it lowest price of $235 per person. The amount goes up during the peak golf seasons on the Grand Strand, but the Clubhouse Pass tops out at $378 from March 28 to May 5. With up to $145 off on golf per player, that’s an awesome deal no matter when you come.
2) Select your courses: Fortunately for golfers, the 14 courses participating in the Clubhouse Pass program are all rated 4 stars or higher by our Fairway Insiders, so you really can’t go wrong. Those layouts provide a nice cross-section of everything Myrtle Beach Golf has to offer and are located in all three geographical zones. Choose one from each area for a well-rounded experience, or stay close to your resort to spend less time on the road and more on the links:
This area centers around Myrtle Beach as the hub and includes most of the courses and resorts in the Clubhouse Pass package. Arcadian Shores Golf Club and Prestwick Country Club offer more coastal locales, while, Arrowhead Country Club and the Mystic Golf Groups (Man O’ War, The Witch and the Wizard) provide stunning inland scenery. All courses are within short driving distance of most of the resort options.
The Carolina Border Belt features a plethora of Clubhouse Pass courses, including Barefoot Resort’s four acclaimed layouts (Dye, Fazio, Love and Norman) in North Myrtle Beach and Little River’s Tidewater Golf Club, an incredible track overlooking Cherry Grove Inlet and the Intracoastal Waterway. The closest resort in the Clubhouse Pass family is North Beach Plantation.
The Lowcountry section of the Grand Strand is known for its natural beauty and award-winning layouts. Blackmoor Golf Club in Murrells Inlet and Pawleys Island’s sister courses True Blue Plantation and Caledonia Golf & Fish Club are rated among the top layouts in South Carolina. If you want to play exclusively on the South Strand, Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort is your best bet.
3) Select a resort: Speaking of easy decisions, you can’t go wrong with any of the 11 Clubhouse Pass participating resorts. Myrtle Beach Golf partner Brittain Resorts is the first name in hospitality on the Grand Strand and boasts some of the finest accommodations in town. Bay View, The Breakers Resort, The Caribbean Resort & Villas, Compass Cove Oceanfront Resort, Dayton House, Litchfield Company Vacation Rentals, Long Bay Resort, North Beach Plantation, Ocean Reef Resort, Paradise Resort and The Strand are located along the Myrtle Beach oceanfront and offer a wide range of quality accommodations and amenities. Plus you will receive up to 30 percent off your stay as part of the Clubhouse Pass package.
As you can see, booking a Clubhouse Pass is as easy as 1-2-3, but we did leave at one last step – Fore! Here’s your chance to play three wonderful rounds, enjoy all the great things Myrtle Beach has to offer and save money while you are doing it.