Welcome to Golf Times Magazine, the leading Myrtle Beach golf magazine. What is the best course to golf in Myrtle Beach? Where can I book tee times to golf in Myrtle Beach? Find out answers to these questions and everything you need to know about golfing in the golf mecca: Myrtle Beach here! The latest golf news and tips are available anytime on our online Myrtle Beach golf magazine as well as in our print edition, found in over 300 Myrtle Beach locations. Feel free to browse golf news, articles, events, book tee times in Myrtle Beach, learn about the latest Grand Strand golf events, tournaments, advertise, and much more. You can also learn how to franchise Golf Times Magazine and publish a golf magazine in your hometown!
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Myrtle Beach is loaded with over 80 golf courses along the Grand Strand. In each edition of Golf Times, you can learn insights about many area courses, so you can prepare to play your best golf in Myrtle Beach! Our issues are packed with tips from locals who know these courses, as well as pros who have mastered difficult holes. Once you’ve done your research you can come play some of the best golf courses in North and South Carolina with confidence and get the most from your vacation. You can even book a Myrtle Beach vacation & tee time packages here, with our convenient, secure booking engine! Golf packages are a great way to get the most from your vacation.
In addition to being the leading Myrtle Beach golf magazine, we also include lifestyle options for locals and vacationers in each issue. Myrtle Beach also has impeccable lodging options several oceanfront resorts and golf course view condos. You will also find has a wide variety of entertainment options for you and the family. Myrtle Beach has some of the finest restaurants and dining options you can find along the coast. Check them out in our Restaurant reviews section in the sidebar and read our digital Myrtle Beach golf magazine to find out more about all the lodging and entertainment options in the area.
Myrtle Beach is unlike any other golf destination in the world. See our golf course directory for all of your Myrtle Beach golf options. Play Caledonia, True Blue, Barefoot Golf Courses, Pawley’s Plantation, Glen Dornoch, TPC, River Oaks, World Tour, River Hills, Founders Club, Wild Wing, Legends Golf, Heritage, Azalea Sands, Beachwood, Possum Trot, Oyster Bay, and many more. You can also find great golf nearby in Ocean Isle beach, Calabash, Sunset Beach and Holden Beach.
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Latest Golf in Myrtle Beach News:
Built upon the former site of a working southern rice plantation, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club has been recognized for its design and incredible beauty.Click here for the full post
Man O' War Golf Course is a special place, and I'm not saying that as the Director of Golf, I'm saying that as someone who loves golf.Click here for the full post
Recent Golf Tips:
Many golf tips and most instruction are written by men from a man's point of view. But women, who are built differently and have different tendencies, have to work on set-up and swing keys that are specific to them.Click here for the full post
Do you find yourself getting angry on the golf course more often than not? What role does anger play, if any? Does anger help you to bring out your magical abilities to play good consistent golf? What is the deal with anger anyway?Click here for the full post