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#1 mvhoffman

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 11:54 AM

Finally finalized the plans!  N. Myrtle beach in February.  Anyone have any suggestions?  Looking to get the most bang for the buck with courses.  Was going to use Supreme Golf to book closer to then unless there are some sound suggestions.

UPDATED... 2/14/18
Today is my 2nd day back to work after having a wonderful trip to Myrtle Beach this past weekend.  It was filled with golf, food, and friends (and a few drinks).

Golf: - We played 3 different courses while we were there.  
The Valley at Eastport Golf Club - a short municipal course that happened to be located directly across from our hotel.  While being on the shorter side, it was in very good shape, the greens were great, and the staff could not have been nicer.  We played a total of 27-30 holes there.  18 the first day 9 (12ish) another day.  Very convenient where we were staying.

The Surf Club - A private club located in N. Myrtle Beach a block from the ocean.  The Surf Club is a classic designed old course from early 1900's.  We were fortunate enough to be hosted by a member there and had a wonderful time.  The course was in great shape.  Greens were on the slower side, however ran very true.  The course is very straight forward.  There are really no blind shots, what you see is what you get.  It is challenging if you cut corners and play doglegs, or it can be as simple as straight shots and a few putts.  It was a great day with some AMAZING people/friends.  The crab cake sandwich is no joke.  BEST thing on the menu.

Thistle Golf Club - There is nothing to say about this 27 hole masterpiece.  If you have never played it, please do.  If you are a local and can play here all the time for the local rate, I'm envious.  Just an amazing course.  One of the nicest places that I have ever been.  The course, the staff, an all around experience.

Rooming and Food:

First off, we stayed at Sleep Inn in Little River.  Cheap little roadside motel.  Rooms are spacious, beds are comfortable, plenty of fluffy pillows.  The fantastic breakfast you are told about when you check in... NOT really fantastic.  It wasn't the best, but it was included and fit the bill for what we needed.  Staff was fairly friendly and accommodating.  Pool was heated, hot tub was working, while in both, the beer was flowing.  For needing a bed and place to sleep in the middle of where we were playing, this was great and will stay there again.

Mulligans Sports Bar, Little River -   First off, this is a little locals bar, packed on Friday and Saturday nights.  The waitress (originally from Ohio) was such a pleasure.  She grabbed us up when walking in on Friday night and got us a table immediately.  Service was great, beer cold and food fantastic.  We had a great time.  When we went back on Sunday night, the place was empty except for the locals at the bar.  Our waitress from Friday was bartending.  We sat at the bar to order food to go and the next thing you know she had confirmed our drink order.  she served us the same drinks from Friday night with out asking.  It was a great time.  Stayed there a few drinks longer than we should have!

Clarks Seafood and Chop House - Upscale restaurant where locals can dine.  Fancy if you want fancy or local if you want local.  Food and service was great.  Nothing more to really say.  ps.. Prime Rib!!!

Mama June's - We ate here Monday morning before heading to the airport.  Little home style restaurant where we wish we would have eaten breakfast everyday.  Food was wonderful.  Prices were ridiculously cheap, esp. for what you get.  The biscuits were wonderful.  The waitresses I have to admit were pretty attractive, and with the mid southern accent... nice.

We had a great time from our little buddies weekend trip.  Cant wait to go back.  Thank you South/North Carolina.  It was a pleasure.

Edited by mvhoffman, 14 February 2018 - 08:27 AM.

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 12:25 PM

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 01:32 PM

Sigh...another MB "where to go", "what to do", "who to use to book"  post.

Endless existing threads on the topic OP, many recent.  Perform a search.

Best of luck.

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Posted 10 November 2017 - 01:59 PM

Please go to www.myrtlebeachgolftalk.com you will see tons of things on MB golf. It is a site only about MB golf. I used Brian Noblin at Myrtlebeach Golf packagers for all my MB golf needs.

You have Barefoot, Tidewater, Pearl's, Dunes, Grande Dunes. Pine LAkes and many others.
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Posted 11 November 2017 - 08:35 AM

Don't stay in N.Myrtle Beach. It's the ghetto.  They still have beautiful golf courses their


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Posted 11 November 2017 - 12:35 PM

OP, PM me please.I can help you out.
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Posted 11 November 2017 - 09:15 PM

NMB bang for buck:  
River Hills - Farmstead - Sandpiper Bay - Pearl - Long Bay

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Posted 13 November 2017 - 05:48 PM

I don't know about bang for the buck, but my favorite courses around there are Caledonia, Tidewater, Thistle, and Pearl.
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Posted 15 November 2017 - 04:37 PM

River's Edge is worth the drive...
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Posted 19 November 2017 - 07:53 PM

It's just over the SC/NC border but Thistle is a great course, Tidewater was challenging as well.  Better courses, prices and accommodations in South Myrtle Beach but it lacks night life.  

I was in N Myrtle Beach in October and stayed in Grand Atlantic right near the airport, the condo's were okay but the area is really sketchy and touristy.

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Posted 19 November 2017 - 07:55 PM

View Postgdu, on 13 November 2017 - 05:48 PM, said:

I don't know about bang for the buck, but my favorite courses around there are Caledonia, Tidewater, Thistle, and Pearl.

Caledonia and True Blue are great courses but they South Myrtle Beach.  Thistle was one of the best courses I every played and I liked Tidewater too.

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Posted 20 November 2017 - 07:40 AM

View Postnew2g0lf, on 19 November 2017 - 07:55 PM, said:

View Postgdu, on 13 November 2017 - 05:48 PM, said:

I don't know about bang for the buck, but my favorite courses around there are Caledonia, Tidewater, Thistle, and Pearl.

Caledonia and True Blue are great courses but they South Myrtle Beach.  Thistle was one of the best courses I every played and I liked Tidewater too.

Thanks, I appreciate the information.  Thistle has won the WRX recommendations.  We are staying at the sleep inn in N. Myrtle.  It's $54 a night, includes breakfast and there is a par 70 on property.  Quick little short course to break the rust off of us from the PA winter before Thistle and others.  Thanks again!
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Posted 20 November 2017 - 09:10 AM

Might be too late, but Glen Dornach and Oyster Bay are very solid options also.

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Posted 14 February 2018 - 08:27 AM

just updated original post... thanks to everyone who was a part of this thread
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Posted 14 February 2018 - 11:15 AM

Played Thistle when I was up for the World Am and enjoyed it!  My four days of the tournament were Crown Park (This place sucked), Palmer course at Myrtle Beach National (Really enjoyed this one), Tradition ( Also really enjoyed this one), and finished at World Tour (Replica holes and didnít care for layout at all). Hopefully this year I get a better draw than the first and last day, but otherwise had a great time!  We stayed in some condos and 8 days was like $800 bucks total for two of us.


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Posted 14 February 2018 - 01:49 PM

View Postmvhoffman, on 08 November 2017 - 11:54 AM, said:

Finally finalized the plans!  N. Myrtle beach in February.  Anyone have any suggestions?  Looking to get the most bang for the buck with courses.  Was going to use Supreme Golf to book closer to then unless there are some sound suggestions.

UPDATED... 2/14/18
Today is my 2nd day back to work after having a wonderful trip to Myrtle Beach this past weekend.  It was filled with golf, food, and friends (and a few drinks).

Golf: - We played 3 different courses while we were there.  
The Valley at Eastport Golf Club - a short municipal course that happened to be located directly across from our hotel.  While being on the shorter side, it was in very good shape, the greens were great, and the staff could not have been nicer.  We played a total of 27-30 holes there.  18 the first day 9 (12ish) another day.  Very convenient where we were staying.

The Surf Club - A private club located in N. Myrtle Beach a block from the ocean.  The Surf Club is a classic designed old course from early 1900's.  We were fortunate enough to be hosted by a member there and had a wonderful time.  The course was in great shape.  Greens were on the slower side, however ran very true.  The course is very straight forward.  There are really no blind shots, what you see is what you get.  It is challenging if you cut corners and play doglegs, or it can be as simple as straight shots and a few putts.  It was a great day with some AMAZING people/friends.  The crab cake sandwich is no joke.  BEST thing on the menu.

Thistle Golf Club - There is nothing to say about this 27 hole masterpiece.  If you have never played it, please do.  If you are a local and can play here all the time for the local rate, I'm envious.  Just an amazing course.  One of the nicest places that I have ever been.  The course, the staff, an all around experience.

Rooming and Food:

First off, we stayed at Sleep Inn in Little River.  Cheap little roadside motel.  Rooms are spacious, beds are comfortable, plenty of fluffy pillows.  The fantastic breakfast you are told about when you check in... NOT really fantastic.  It wasn't the best, but it was included and fit the bill for what we needed.  Staff was fairly friendly and accommodating.  Pool was heated, hot tub was working, while in both, the beer was flowing.  For needing a bed and place to sleep in the middle of where we were playing, this was great and will stay there again.

Mulligans Sports Bar, Little River -   First off, this is a little locals bar, packed on Friday and Saturday nights.  The waitress (originally from Ohio) was such a pleasure.  She grabbed us up when walking in on Friday night and got us a table immediately.  Service was great, beer cold and food fantastic.  We had a great time.  When we went back on Sunday night, the place was empty except for the locals at the bar.  Our waitress from Friday was bartending.  We sat at the bar to order food to go and the next thing you know she had confirmed our drink order.  she served us the same drinks from Friday night with out asking.  It was a great time.  Stayed there a few drinks longer than we should have!

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Mama June's - We ate here Monday morning before heading to the airport.  Little home style restaurant where we wish we would have eaten breakfast everyday.  Food was wonderful.  Prices were ridiculously cheap, esp. for what you get.  The biscuits were wonderful.  The waitresses I have to admit were pretty attractive, and with the mid southern accent... nice.

We had a great time from our little buddies weekend trip.  Cant wait to go back.  Thank you South/North Carolina.  It was a pleasure.

Haha, I know that waitress very well. That used to be my place Sunday night spot. Glad you enjoyed your trip.
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Posted 14 February 2018 - 05:42 PM

View PostChxDigLongBall, on 14 February 2018 - 01:49 PM, said:

View Postmvhoffman, on 08 November 2017 - 11:54 AM, said:

Finally finalized the plans!  N. Myrtle beach in February.  Anyone have any suggestions?  Looking to get the most bang for the buck with courses.  Was going to use Supreme Golf to book closer to then unless there are some sound suggestions.

UPDATED... 2/14/18
Today is my 2nd day back to work after having a wonderful trip to Myrtle Beach this past weekend.  It was filled with golf, food, and friends (and a few drinks).

Golf: - We played 3 different courses while we were there.  
The Valley at Eastport Golf Club - a short municipal course that happened to be located directly across from our hotel.  While being on the shorter side, it was in very good shape, the greens were great, and the staff could not have been nicer.  We played a total of 27-30 holes there.  18 the first day 9 (12ish) another day.  Very convenient where we were staying.

The Surf Club - A private club located in N. Myrtle Beach a block from the ocean.  The Surf Club is a classic designed old course from early 1900's.  We were fortunate enough to be hosted by a member there and had a wonderful time.  The course was in great shape.  Greens were on the slower side, however ran very true.  The course is very straight forward.  There are really no blind shots, what you see is what you get.  It is challenging if you cut corners and play doglegs, or it can be as simple as straight shots and a few putts.  It was a great day with some AMAZING people/friends.  The crab cake sandwich is no joke.  BEST thing on the menu.

Thistle Golf Club - There is nothing to say about this 27 hole masterpiece.  If you have never played it, please do.  If you are a local and can play here all the time for the local rate, I'm envious.  Just an amazing course.  One of the nicest places that I have ever been.  The course, the staff, an all around experience.

Rooming and Food:

First off, we stayed at Sleep Inn in Little River.  Cheap little roadside motel.  Rooms are spacious, beds are comfortable, plenty of fluffy pillows.  The fantastic breakfast you are told about when you check in... NOT really fantastic.  It wasn't the best, but it was included and fit the bill for what we needed.  Staff was fairly friendly and accommodating.  Pool was heated, hot tub was working, while in both, the beer was flowing.  For needing a bed and place to sleep in the middle of where we were playing, this was great and will stay there again.

Mulligans Sports Bar, Little River -   First off, this is a little locals bar, packed on Friday and Saturday nights.  The waitress (originally from Ohio) was such a pleasure.  She grabbed us up when walking in on Friday night and got us a table immediately.  Service was great, beer cold and food fantastic.  We had a great time.  When we went back on Sunday night, the place was empty except for the locals at the bar.  Our waitress from Friday was bartending.  We sat at the bar to order food to go and the next thing you know she had confirmed our drink order.  she served us the same drinks from Friday night with out asking.  It was a great time.  Stayed there a few drinks longer than we should have!

Clarks Seafood and Chop House - Upscale restaurant where locals can dine.  Fancy if you want fancy or local if you want local.  Food and service was great.  Nothing more to really say.  ps.. Prime Rib!!!

Mama June's - We ate here Monday morning before heading to the airport.  Little home style restaurant where we wish we would have eaten breakfast everyday.  Food was wonderful.  Prices were ridiculously cheap, esp. for what you get.  The biscuits were wonderful.  The waitresses I have to admit were pretty attractive, and with the mid southern accent... nice.

We had a great time from our little buddies weekend trip.  Cant wait to go back.  Thank you South/North Carolina.  It was a pleasure.

Haha, I know that waitress very well. That used to be my place Sunday night spot. Glad you enjoyed your trip.

Thanks Dave
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Posted 14 February 2018 - 07:24 PM

OP, The Surf Club is not a classic old course from the early 1900s. It's  a course from golf architecture's "dark ages", the 1960's. It's a middle tier course in MB.

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Posted 15 February 2018 - 03:47 PM

Great review - thank you mvhoff!

We are heading down mid-April for a bachelor party / golf trip and are playing Thistle as well (per Chx's suggestion).  Can't wait to play that track - only heard great things!

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Posted 19 February 2018 - 07:50 PM

View Posteagles1, on 08 November 2017 - 01:32 PM, said:

Sigh...another MB "where to go", "what to do", "who to use to book"  post.

Endless existing threads on the topic OP, many recent.  Perform a search.

Best of luck.
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