Let’s take a look the necessary ingredients to a successful bachelor party weekend.
Crew of friends? Check.
Bro activities? Check.
Warm weather? Check.
A little irreverence? Check.
Endless food options? Check.
Sure, you can get all of those things and more in Vegas, but you’re also likely to spend three times more money than you wanted to. You can certainly get most of those ingredients in Mexico too, but that requires everyone having their passport in order and multiple flights from most places in the country. With endless golf, entertainment, sunny, blue skies, a little trouble and restaurants for days, Myrtle Beach has all you need and more for an amazing bachelor party weekend. Here’s how to do Myrtle Beach the right way for the groom-to-be.
Daytime = Playtime
Every bachelor party has to have some friendly competition. What better way to make a few wagers than on the world-class golf courses of Myrtle Beach. Play like the pros at TPC Myrtle Beach. Shoot for low scores in the Lowcountry at Caledonia or Pawleys Plantation. Get the resort treatment at the incredible courses at Barefoot. Whether you’re avid golfers or high handicappers, Myrtle Beach has courses that will fit perfectly into the bachelor weekend agenda.
If your day at the course was filled with one too many sand saves, head to the big beach to relax at the ocean before a night on the town. The beach is the perfect place to take in the sights and provide some sincere congrats with the lucky guy. It may sound a bit corny, but every bachelor party has to have a bonding moment. Even the Wolfpack did on “The Hangover!”
From the beach to Broadway
After the beach, Myrtle Beach has a few options when it comes to bachelor party nightlife. For a chill local experience, you can head south to the Marsh Walk in Murrells Inlet for live music at a series of bars located right on the water. You can always hang near the boardwalk and bar hop at spots along the oceanfront. But if you want to go where the majority of the Myrtle Beach action is, head to Broadway at the Beach. You are almost guaranteed to run into bachelorette parties and plenty of people just enjoying the good vibes. Broadway features 20 restaurant options and bars that range from dance clubs to sports bars to dueling piano bars. Everything you need to capture enough embarrassing photos of the bachelor to last a lifetime.
Where to stay
With so many options in Myrtle Beach, you can always find a hotel deal no matter when you’re planning to celebrate. If you’re looking for a more relaxed weekend, you can head south toward Murrells Inlet. If you want to stay in the heart of the action, get a hotel right on the beach. Check out the deals on MyrtleBeachHotels.com if your crew is looking to stay oceanfront.
With a warm climate throughout most of the year, nearly 100 golf courses in the area, plenty of bachelor-worthy nightlife and that timeless Atlantic Ocean, Myrtle Beach has everything you need for an awesome bachelor party weekend. It may not be the first spot you think of, but it just might be the best.