Open Your Season in Style at the Brittain Resorts Classic
Scratch golfers: Get ready to rumble in 2023.
The Brittain Resorts Classic is set for Feb. 6-8 in Myrtle Beach.
It’s a 54-hole, two-person team tournament in the Golf Capital of the World. Check in early Sunday, and play three rounds of golf. For $225 per player, you’ll also get lunch and prizes.
Only the first 150 teams that enter will get in, and it’s expected to sell out.
Where Can I Stay to Play in the Brittain Resorts Classic?
Develop a kinship with players on and off the course when you’re all staying in Brittain Resorts. Players get special rates at select properties, so consider one for your stay. Ask for the special rate code or tell the rep that you’re playing in the Brittain Resorts Classic when you book.
What is the World Am?
Could you be a candidate to play in next year’s World Am in Myrtle Beach? This is a special golf tournament, a one-of-a-kind. If you love the rush of the weekly league play you’re in or a local Am Tour weekend, this is going to knock your socks off.
All players, from scratch golfers to 36 handicaps, can have a spot. It’s competitive, but also just plain fun. It’s one of the world’s biggest events for women, with more than 400 players.
Organizers put together flights by age, ability, and gender. You could wind up as the next champion in your division.
What Courses Will I Play in the Brittain Resorts Classic?
Playing on the area’s top tracks is a pretty good tool to recruit, wouldn’t you agree? Take a look.
- Arrowhead. This course sets the tone for the aesthetic aspect. Arrowhead’s three nine-hole courses are idealistic.
- Barefoot Norman Course. Do you accept the challenge of the Intracoastal Waterway as a hazard on the back nine? Let’s go.
- Crown Park. You’ll get a kick out of this championship course. The pristine landscape contains ample challenges throughout.
- Founders Club. The cream of the crop. This Pawleys Island course features raised fairways and a dearth of cart paths.
- Long Bay Club. Sand seems to surround you on this track. No. 10 is difficult, especially. Greens run fast on this Jack Nicklaus design.
- Shaftesbury Glen. This A.W. Tillinghast design gets universal approval. Beware those finger bunkers on this Conway beauty.
- Tradition Club. Play the rolling fairways on this Ron Garl course. You’ll fall in love with its impeccable, accommodating greens.
- True Blue. Make hay big greens and vast fairways. It might be easy to get on for this Mike Strantz design, but good luck finishing.
- Wachesaw East. Even the game’s legends can find the going difficult here. This site is a once-successful rice plantation.
Other Fall Golf Events on the Grand Strand
Remember, golf is a year-round sport in Myrtle Beach. Here’s what else is going on this autumn.
National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Golf Classic
Oct. 31-Nov. 3
This 23rd annual event deserves lots of publicity. Courses included in play:
- Grande Dunes
- Pine Lake Golf Course
- Wild Wing Plantation Avocet
- World Tour Golf Links
It’s a team format open to all, with no handicap necessary—limited entry.
Tunnel to Towers National Golf Series Veterans Day Golf Classic
Head to Myrtlewood Golf Club for this tournament. It honors veterans, first responders, injured soldiers, gold-star wives, and mothers. Golf and dinner packages are available.
4th Annual Bee Strong Charity Golf Tournament
You can’t beat this tournament, set at Blackmoor Golf Club in Murrells Inlet. The tournament is in honor of Kyler “Uncle KyKy” Carmine. Proceeds will help establish a scholarship for Teen Challenge South Carolina.
Short Par 4 Fall Classic
You’ll find a bucket-list quality tournament here. The 9th annual event, by Golf Tourism Solutions, plays on several courses. Players compete on 72 holes with a different format each day.
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