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Current NBA Player and former Maryland Terrapins Star Chris Wilcox to Host Event at Myrtle Beach National

On Saturday, June 25, Myrtle Beach National (MBN) will host the 3rd annual Chris Wilcox Charity Golf Outing. The shotgun scramble tournament will begin at 1:00 p.m. on MBN’s West Course. The charity golf event is an effort to raise money for the Lupus Foundation of America and ultimately to find a cure for Lupus, a debilitating disease that hampers and attacks the immune system.

Spirit Airlines to Offer Non-Stop Flights Between Myrtle Beach and Atlanta, Ga

Representatives from the Myrtle Beach International Airport, Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday and the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce announced in a press conference earlier today that Spirit Airlines will begin daily non-stop flights between Myrtle Beach and Atlanta on May 1, 2010.

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Over 100 courses are scattered across the Grand Strand, and many are ranked among the best in the country. Year after year, millions of avid golfers find out why. Good golf, good friends and great memories are what have made Myrtle Beach the world's number one golf destination, and we're always ready to make your next visit as unforgettable as your first.

With the diversity of our courses, you can play two rounds a day and never have the same experience twice. Rolling forests, peaceful marsh and long stretches of quiet beach, make the Grand Strand the perfect canvas on which to create stunning golf course designs. Legendary designers like Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Tom Fazio and Greg Norman have helped shaped the landscape and made Myrtle Beach home to some of the nation's top-ranked courses. Most of our courses are open to the public and affordable, inviting the average golfer to enjoy anything but an average experience.

While most golf destinations are built around courses, Myrtle Beach is built around golfers. From restaurants and nightclubs to live music and theater, you and your friends are guaranteed to have as much fun off the course as you do on it. So while your vacation stories may begin with golf, they'll never have to end there.

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Colonial Charters
Colonial Charters Logo Under new ownership, Colonial Charters has undergone a renovation and reopened with its original name. The renovation project included a facelift for the course and clubhouse, guaranteeing players a facility that offers an abundance of quality and value. The layout weaves through mature hardwoods and features a pair ...
King's North at Myrtle Beach National
King's North at Myrtle Beach National Logo In the late 1990’s, Arnold Palmer and his design team returned to Myrtle Beach to freshen up what was already one of the region’s premier courses. Palmer and his team followed the original routing while making some sweeping changes that catapulted King’s North into the “Top 100 Public Courses in ...
West Course at Myrtle Beach National
West Course at Myrtle Beach National Logo This classic Arnold Palmer signature course opened in 1973, one of three Palmer designs at the Myrtle Beach National Golf Club. Arnold Palmer collaborated with partner Francis Duane to create a design that winds through a forest of Carolina pines, doglegs, fairway bunkers and natural hazards. At a ...
Pearl Golf Links - East Course
Pearl Golf Links - East Course Logo Since opening in 1987, The Pearl Golf Links has been one of the fixtures on the Myrtle Beach golf scene, especially on the north end, located as the facility is in the quaint seaside town of Calabash, North Carolina. It contains 36 holes designed by Dan Maples—the East and West ...
Barefoot Resort and Golf- Love Course
Barefoot Resort and Golf- Love Course Logo Davis Love III began work on his namesake course at Barefoot Resort as the least heralded of a quartet of architects, overshadowed by Pete Dye, Tom Fazio and Greg Norman. More than a decade after Barefoot became the first, and still only, American facility to open four courses ...
Heathland Course at the Legends Resort
Heathland Course at the Legends Resort Logo Tom Doak designed his first course – Heathland – at Legends Resort, quickly establishing himself as a star on the rise. Launched by the success of his work at Heathland, Doak has grown into one of golf’s greatest contemporary architects. His maiden course, continues to be among the ...