Time for a spring golf tune-up?
The Myrtle Beach area boasts over 100 golf courses, including some of the most challenging and beautiful golf courses in
the country. If your clubs are just aching to get out on the course, consider this South Carolina.
Award-winning courses abound, including those by world-famous architects Robert Trent Jones, Pete Dye, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman, and Tom Fazio.
Average spring temperatures in Myrtle Beach range from the high sixties in March to the low eighties in May, making for perfect golf weather. Myrtle Beach is part of the Grand Strand, 60 miles of white sand beaches along the Atlantic Ocean. So, after those 18 (or 27?) holes, you can watch the sunset with soft sand between your toes.
Golf and Restaurant Reviews by Recent Visitors to Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach golf course picks:
Arrowhead Country Club of Myrtle Beach, by architects Tom Jackson and Ray Floyd, is an outstanding course, upscale and particularly visually appealing. This 27-hole course has three 9-hole tracts. Our members picked The Cypress as their favorite.
Glen Durnoch Golf Course, part of The Glens Golf Course, is located in Little River, South Carolina. This coastal course is located on the Intracoastal Waterway and has several natural elevation changes. Our members say the course has a fabulous layout and that the last three holes are particularly spectacular.
River Hills Golf and Country Club of Little River, South Carolina, by architect Tom Jackson has a southern feel w
ith rolling hills and natural elevation changes. Our members were particularly impressed with the excellent condition of the course and made note of the outstanding greens.
These restaurants have gotten rave reviews:
Parson’s Table, located in Little River, South Carolina, is fine dining in a one-of-a-kind setting. Upscale, with outstanding food and ambiance. The antique wooden floors and stained glass windows are a perfect accompaniment to a meal prepared by Ed Murray, Jr., recently selected as one the Best Chefs in America.
Umberto’s at Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina offers outstanding traditional Italian food at a reasonable price. Their self-named house dish Chicken Umberto lives up to its name, and the owner has a sense of humor. Check out his Dining Tips!
Rioz Brazilian Steakhouse in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is an entertaining dining experience. Their sizzling meats are delicious, and children six and under dine for free!
Since Myrtle Beach is such a fabulous vacation destination, many of the homes are vacation homes or second homes for their homeowners. That makes the area the ideal location for a home exchange. Rather than sitting empty, vacation home owners often offer their homes for home swaps, exchanging a stay in someone else’s home for a stay in their own. This makes for affordable travel for both parties!
Inspired to try these golf course and restaurant picks out yourself? The Vacation Exchange Network has many vacation homes in Myrtle Beach available for your next vacation home exchange.
The Vacation Exchange Network is the premier vacation home exchange program, with vacation homes and second homes all over the United States and around the world. We are the only program offering full-service coordination and the flexibility of exchanging where and when you want without having to find someone to use your home. We exclusively list vacation homes and second homes in fabulous vacation destinations so that every home exchange feels like a real vacation.
We look forward to helping you plan your next home swap vacation. Please visit us at http://www.thevacationexchange.com