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Vacation Myrtle Beach Golf
By John Torsiello | Published  01/19/2015 | South Carolina | Unrated
Vacation Myrtle Beach Golf
Golfers have come to trust Vacation Myrtle Beach Golf to arrange their trips to the fun and sun capital of the country.

Vacation Myrtle Beach Golf includes in its access portfolio some of the top golf courses and resorts in Myrtle Beach, including Prestwick, Pawley’s Plantation, Litchfield Country Club, Blackmoor Golf Course, the four outstanding courses at the Barefoot Resort designed by Davis Love, Tom Fazio, Pete Dye and Greg Norman, and the acclaimed Dunes Golf and Beach Club, among others. Featured resorts include Beach Colony, Beach Cove, Captain’s Quarters, The Caravelle, Landmark, Ocean Creek and Sea Watch.

The company offers outstanding stay and play packages, including “The Dunes  Package” that includes three nights stay or longer and play at the Dunes Club and a choice of two other courses. Vacation Myrtle Beach Golf has been given limited tee times to the exclusive club.

Vacation Myrtle Beach Golf was formed when the Solar Resort Properties, consisting of eight oceanfront resorts, combined efforts with Endless Fun Resorts, consisting of four oceanfront resorts.
The Endless Fun Resorts (Ocean Creek Resort, Beach Cove Resort, Sea Watch Resort, and the Caravelle Resort) had already established a golf-promotion arm of their marketing efforts. When Solar and Endless Fun combined forces, three of the Solar Resort properties also promoted golf (Landmark Resort, Beach Colony Resort and Captains Quarters Resort), so these properties were added to the accommodation choices and the name was changed from Endless Fun to Vacation Myrtle Beach Golf, and the group has been promoting under that name for the past six years.

New package deals and more courses are being added to the 2015 Vacation Myrtle Beach Golf program. Golfers are encouraged to book early for the best tee times on golf course selections. 

Visit to review a variety of package options, get an instant quote on a custom package that suits you and your group or view reviews of area courses.