Playing a round of golf by oneself can be a great joy. But the game is primarily a social one, with the most memorable rounds generally being played among friends and family. And it extends beyond the standard foursome—take all the dozens-large groups of golfers who flock to the Myrtle Beach area from around the world every year for example.
Many of those groups choose hotels and resorts that afford the opportunity to broaden their own networks of like-minded fellows through the series of MyrtleBeachGolf.com Golf Social events, held every Monday through Thursday from the beginning of March through May 9. Just present your room key to enjoy the company of your fellow Myrtle Beach golf vacationers. All of the events are complimentary—this includes all food and drink.
On Mondays, the legendary Breakers Resort and Compass Cove hotel host events, providing complimentary hors d’oeuvres, beer and wine, with the Breakers serving house liquor drinks as well.
On Tuesdays, neighboring properties Long Bay Resort and Ocean Reef Resort jointly host an event catered by Carrabba’s, with complimentary beer available as well.
Wednesday events take place at both Caribbean Resort in Myrtle Beach and Litchfield Beach and Golf Resort on the Grand Strand’s southern end. At the former, Ultimate California Pizza will cater most of the events while Litchfield’s on-site restaurant Webster’s provides the food and spirits for the latter.
Whereas Monday through Wednesday’s events are the appetizer, every spring Thursday brings the main course. Guests of all hotels associated with MyrtleBeachGolf.com are invited to come down to Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville at Broadway at the Beach. Thursday spring Golf Social events regularly attract between a hundred and two hundred attendees who eat, drink share battle stories from their days on the golf course. These scores of vacation golfers come from all over the world and often exit these events having made new friends who they will see and join for a round the next time their travels take them to Myrtle Beach.
As another popular feature of these events, area head golf professionals are on hand not only to schmooze with attendees but to raffle off merchandise from their courses, as well as host MyrtleBeachGolf.com—golf shirts, towels, hats, MyrtleBeachGolf.com beer mugs, koozies, golf tees and more. Raffle tickets, like everything else at these social events, are free of charge.
With four years of success in these events under their belt, MyrtleBeachGolf.com is an excellent ambassador for the game beyond its tee time and hotel booking capabilities. If you cannot make it to any of the springtime Golf Socials, don’t worry—another round of them is on tap for the fall; stay tuned.
In the meantime, visit myrtlebeachgolf.com for information on everything golf in the Myrtle Beach area. From package information to dining recommendations to travel tips, all you need is right there.