Golf trips can be expensive. The sport in and of itself can be a pricy passion. It’s not like basketball where all you need is a ball and court. It’s not like cross country or swimming where all you need is your body to rely on performance. Golf involves equipment, knowledge on different clubs, experience, and talent. Courses are not so small like a court or pool, but rather are acres of playing fields. With equipment, travel costs, hotel stay, food expenses, course fees, and cart fees in mind, it is important to find the most economic solutions when planning a golf trip. Myrtle Beach is one of the most popular destinations for golfers and therefor has a world of options for booking packages. Packages are a great way to save money and time spent booking and can be easily found online.
When starting your search for golf packages in Myrtle Beach all you have to do is perform a simple online search. Since it is such a crazy popular golf destination, there are tons of options for packages. Typically when you find the company you want to book your vacation package through they will have free quotes, golf package options, a golf course guide, and a lodging guide.
Free quotes: when you book your trip you can play with dates, numbers of golfers, number of nights staying, how many people there are coming, and more. Custom packages give you the option to literally build you trip based on what courses you want to visit and what accommodations you want to stay. The idea is that no matter what courses or lodging you book you will get a discount and perks.
Golf package options: you can book just for golf or as a lodging and golf combination. Discounts are greater if you book your trip as a group.
There are Northern, Southern, and Coastal courses to choose from for packages in Myrtle Beach. The Grand Strand and further inland is completely garnished in award winning and challenging courses. The area is home to 120 different golf courses-many of them featured in magazines and designed by top designers. Diamond Back, The Wizard Golf Club, Indigo Creek, and Rivers Edge Golf Club are just a few of the top choices for courses. You’ll find that most of the courses in Myrtle Beach are public. Golf package sites will have full descriptions of all the top courses so you can absolutely decide which ones intrigue you most.