Are you ready to pack away your winter boots and mittens? Are you tired of having the gloomy winter blues? Well, you're not alone, and there is only one sure way to get rid of them – a spring break vacation!
After surviving all that shoveling and snow blowing this winter, you have earned a relaxing Myrtle Beach golf vacation. Average spring temperatures range from upper 60's to low 80's – perfect weather to tee off on one of the area's world-class golf courses. With over 100 different courses to choose from, there is absolutely something to fit your party's dream vacation needs.
A Myrtle Beach golf vacation is truly a golfer's heaven, featuring courses designed by first-rate golf course architects. Even some of golf's all-time greatest golfers have contributed their expertise to some of the area's courses, including:
Jack Nicklaus – Known as "The Golden Bear", Nicklaus had a career full of major achievements, causing people to regard him as one of the greatest professional golfer's to ever play the game.
• Arnold Palmer – Nicknamed "The King", Palmer has had a milestone career becoming one of the first sport's television stars in the 1950's.
• John Daly – Referred to as "Long John", he had an unusual appearance and attitude, making him one of the most watched and popular professional golfers.
Many of Myrtle Beach's golf courses have won countless awards including Willbrook Plantation, which was chosen # 25 in the US by Golf For Women Magazine, and River Club, which was given a 4 star star rating by Golf Digest, and is one of the most frequently requested courses in the area. As well as golf courses for the serious enthusiast, a Myrtle Beach golf vacation offers a variety of courses for beginners, and those just looking to have a peaceful vacation amongst the picturesque natural surroundings.
Accommodations surrounding the area's golf courses are just as dynamic and diverse as the courses themselves. With resorts, hotels, yacht clubs, and condos available, there is something sure to please every person in your party. Non-golfers are encouraged to enjoy the amenities of the hotels, resorts, and white sandy beaches that surround Myrtle Beach.