Where To Play and What To Do for Ladies’ Week in Myrtle Beach

This is your week, ladies.

Actually, every week is your week. But this is the week we recognize to celebrate you. In Myrtle Beach, that often meets women’s getaways with friends and sisters. Women give great reviews to many courses on the Grand Strand, too.

Here’s a look at those courses, and a few more suggestions for things to do while you’re here.

Whether you want a place to unwind or another game to play, it’s here, from cocktails to spa trips. A bit of shopping, too. There are plenty of diversions from your day on the course!

Woman swinging a club on the fairway

Fun Facts About Women and Golf

  • Mary Queen of Scots commissioned the first course in the United Kingdom: St. Andrews. She introduced the sport to Scotland from France in the 1550s and coined the term caddy. (She called her assistants cadets.)
  • In 2001, star Annika Sorenstam became the first woman to shoot a 59 in a competition.

Best Courses for Ladies’ Week in Myrtle Beach

Grande Dunes Resort Course

Designed for women, it features two rated tees to accommodate playing levels. The clubhouse is also female-centric. Just a few miles away, The Mist Spa, on-site at Caribbean Resort, is a perfect reward for a game well played.

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Hole 13 Drone shot of lake at Grande Dunes

Myrtlewood Golf Club

This course is always in awesome condition. The Palmetto course is a particular favorite, and the staff here will take good care of you. It makes for a wonderful experience for Ladies’ Week.

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Green at Myrtlewood Palmetto Course Hole 2

Willbrook Plantation

It’s a challenging course with lush fairways and tight greens. It’s gorgeous, with Spanish moss adorning oaks and beautiful flora throughout. Read historical markers around the course — you’ll learn about its fascinating past.

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Best Places for Post-Round Meals

Coastal Dish Lowcountry Dining

When you play in Pawleys Island, visit Coastal Dish. Come for breakfast before your round, or afterward, with a build-your-own pizza.

Sea Captain’s House

Celebrate your round, no matter the score, with some of the area’s best Bloody Marys. Grilled Salmon and Jambalaya are also sublime.

Strong Waters Craft Cocktails & Kitchen

This modern speakeasy serves gems such as Lobster Mac, and cocktails that include Berry Derby and Beam & Hops

Scallop salad
Litchfield Coastal Dish Pizza
Old Fashioned Whiskey Cocktail


Best Places to Shop for Ladies’ Week

Broadway at the Beach

It’s a collection of stores and restaurants, perfect for relaxing after a great day on the links. Stop for a Classic Caribbean Mojito in Hard Rock Cafe.

The Market Common

Take the girls for some retail therapy. Be sure to hit J. Jill for wardrobe updates and Nacho Hippo for Bangin’ Shrimp and Hip Lemonades.

Market Common
Drone of Broadway at the beach


Best Salons for Ladies’ Week

Michael & Co. Hair Salon

Get a little pampering in for Ladies’ Week. The crew at Michael & Co. is renowned for style and attention to detail.

Revel6 Salon

For color and cuts, Revel6 is the spot. Amazing and professional. You’ll want to make this a stop on all your future Myrtle Beach excursions.

Styling Hair
Hairdryer and brush


Make Brittain Resorts Your Home for Ladies’ Week!

Brittain Resorts & Hotels are nice places to be when you venture to Myrtle Beach. Many guests find a Brittain property that becomes a favorite, one they’ll visit every year. Sometimes, several times a year! The friendly staff is ready to help make your getaway memorable. Explore the all the Brittain Resorts and make plans to stay today.

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Drone of Pool and Lazy River at Compass Cove Resort
Oceanfront Room with Two Beds at Grande Cayman Resort
Bar at Strong Waters at The Breakers Resort
View of Ocean from Balcony at Paradise Resort


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