- Play Brunswick Plantation (onsite), Crow Creek, Farmstead, and Rivers Edge.
- Each golfer will receive a $100 gift card to use for food, beverages, and merchandise.
- Other courses in this package, many at LESSER fees, include Wachesaw East, Beachwood, Blackmoor, Indigo Creek, International Club, Pearl East/West, Sandpiper Bay, Sea Trail Jones/Byrd/Maples, Lockwood Folly, Meadowlands, River Oaks, Whispering Pines, Azalea Sands, Diamondback, and Eagle Nest.
- 5 round packages include $150 gift cards, and 6 round packages include $200 gift cards!
- All of our Myrtle Beach golf packages include green fees, cart fees, and taxes.
All Pricing Includes 3 nights Lodging, Green Fees, Cart Fees, & All Taxes!
|5/29/17-9/6/17||$361||Based on 4 golfers per 2BR/2BA golf villa.|
|9/7/17-9/20/17||$381||Based on 4 golfers per 2BR/2BA golf villa.|
|9/21/17-10/22/17||$440||Based on 4 golfers per 2BR/2BA golf villa.|
|10/23/17-11/19/17||$400||Based on 4 golfers per 2BR/2BA golf villa.|
|11/20/17-11/30/17||$341||Based on 4 golfers per 2BR/2BA golf villa.|
|12/01/17-1/10/18||$326||Based on 4 golfers per 2BR/2BA golf villa.|
Note: Accommodations are not included in pricing. Do you need Lodging? …if so let us know and we can get you a custom quote to include Lodging!
What is the PGA Rewards Card?
The PGA Rewards package should be on the top of any golfers list to consider on their next Myrtle Beach Golf Vacation! In this package you can choose 4/5/6 rounds from these awesome courses: Crow Creek, Farmstead, Rivers Edge, Wachesaw East, Brunswick Plantation, Carolina National, Crown Park, International Club, Meadowlands, Pearl East/West, Sandpiper Bay, Sea Trail Byrd/Jones/Maples, and more!
The BEST part about this package is that each golfer will receive the Gift Card at the first course you play that can be used for Food, Beverages, etc. Once you factor the Gift Card you get back in your pocket it the cost savings is tremendous and this is why the PGA Rewards should be on the TOP of your list for your next Myrtle Beach Golf Package!
About the Courses
The Pearl’s West Course is links-style with lots of open stretches complimented by thick displays of pampas grass. The West Course was given a prestigious 4 ½ star rating in Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play” in 2004. The last four holes feature a dramatic finish along the bluffs overlooking the coastal marshland and scenic Calabash River. Attention to detail and meticulous grooming characterizes the course which has played host to a number of major tournaments. The West course offers plenty of challenge, along with untouched natural beauty.
The newest golf course in the Wilmington NC area, Cape Fear National at Brunswick Forest offers 18-holes of premium public golf in a setting of unmatched beauty. Located in Brunswick Forest, the Coastal South’s fastest growing community, Cape Fear National is just 5 miles south of historic downtown Wilmington and 45 minutes north of Myrtle Beach off of US 17, making it an ideal stop for golfers on their way into or out of Myrtle Beach.Recently named the “#11 Best Course You Can Play in NC – 2014″ by Golfweek, Cape Fear National is an absolute must-play for both the beginner and avid golfer.
Located on the northern end of the Grand Strand, Farmstead Golf Links is one of the most exciting courses in the Carolinas. Routed along a spectacular piece of land, the course boasts one of the most memorable holes in the Myrtle Beach area — its mammoth, 767-yard, 18th hole. The region’s only par 6, this finishing hole actually begins with a drive into a wide sweeping fairway in South Carolina and concludes on a large undulating green in North Carolina.
But Farmstead is much more than a one-hole wonder. Set on 480 acres, the links-style layout follows the land’s natural contours. Fairways are framed by native grasses and pristine lakes, providing many memorable visuals and a course that allows golfers to use their creativity.
The Willard Byrd/David Johnson design plays more than 7,200 yards from the tips – one of five sets of tees – and it has very generous fairways contributing to its reputation as a player-friendly layout.
Nestled amid a former rice plantation in Murrells Inlet, Wachesaw Plantation East has reaped the awards you’d anticipate from a former LPGA event site.
Once the home of the Kathy Ireland/Greens Competition Classic, Wachesaw East was named the 2007 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year by the Myrtle Beach Golf Course Owners Association. It has also recently received honors for its fairways, customer service and playability by national publications. In short, Wachesaw East is the complete package.
Utilizing five sets of distinct tees, the Clyde Johnston design plays anywhere from 6,933 yards down to 4,995. Regardless, the thought-provoking track was crafted to reward the patient, an approach that stick with players after wrapping up on the signature hole. The green of the par-4, 430-yard No. 18 bends slightly around a small pond, leaving most to consider it one of the course’s most challenging holes.
Or, in other words, exactly what you’d expect of a former professional venue.
Located perfectly between Myrtle Beach, SC and Wilmington, NC; Crow Creek Golf Resort is within minutes of some of the most beautiful beaches of the Brunswick Islands and is surrounded by more than 100 magnificent Myrtle Beach area golf courses. Since its opening in February 2000, Crow Creek Golf Club has become a very popular choice for golfers visiting the Myrtle Beach area.For your next golf getaway, Crow Creek now offers outstanding on site villas.
The Woodlands features a wonderful lifestyle with just the right amount of space needed for your golf vacation. Enjoy condo rental amenities that include: a golf course on site, a balcony, grilling area, an elevator, a patio, a screened porch and access to a pool and Jacuzzi. A 3 Bedroom 2 Bath condo that sleeps 4 Golfers. Secure High-Speed Internet Access is also available in each unit.
You can find many other hotel, motel, and vacation rental options in the the lodging section on this website. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.