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#1 tekman

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 08:21 AM

Wife just proposed Myrtle Beach as a vacation spot for this year.  I've never been there before.  Anyone have any thoughts on what resorts, golf packages are good ones?  Are there any resorts we should avoid?  

This should be a kid friendly place.  Have a 3 year old and 10 month old to bring along.

Thanks in advance.


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Posted 17 April 2012 - 08:31 AM

Barefoot resort is very nice. Courses are a little pricey but you get what you pay for during the summer months. the Barefoot courses will be some of the best conditioned courses you will find, great layouts too!
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Posted 17 April 2012 - 08:32 AM

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 08:34 AM

Lots of places to stay and play depending on your price range.  As far as resorts go on the high end you can't beat the Myrtle Beach Marriott.  My wife and I usually stay there if we take a shorter trip in the fall.  If you want a lower price hotel I recommend the Dayton House.  I have stayed there for years.  The hotel and rooms are not upscale but they are always very clean.  Plenty of pool and lawn space for the wife and kids to play and relax.  

As far as golf goes I like the "big cat" courses.  Panther's Run, Lion's Paw, etc.  I think there are four of them.  True Blue Plantation is supposed to be nice.  I also like the Legends courses.  My favorite course is The Dunes Club but its private and hard to get on.

Also, while you are there I would HIGHLY recommend the New York Deli for lunch one day.  It's right on Highway 17.  That's the first place I go every year when I get into town.
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Posted 17 April 2012 - 08:44 AM

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Also, while you are there I would HIGHLY recommend the New York Deli for lunch one day.  It's right on Highway 17.


LOL, the New York Deli and every other restaurant you can think of!!!  With 17 being the nut house that it is, you might want to be more specific.:lol:


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Posted 17 April 2012 - 09:30 AM

Dunes club is not hard to get on, IMO.  There is a major land management company you can call and they will make you a tee time.  It may cost you upwards of $100...but last year I went to Barefoot and wish I would have gone back to Dunes club.
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Posted 17 April 2012 - 02:16 PM

There are plenty of great places to play. I mean starting at the north (Sunset Beach area) you have the Lions Paw, Panthers Rund, and Tigers Eye that have already been mentioned, as well as the Thistle. You also have the Sea Trail resort up there with three courses (Byrd, Jones, and a third I cant remember) then you go down towards the Cherry Grove area and you have the Surf Club, which is one of my personal favorites. Then Barefoot, Grande Dunes, Arcadian Shores (brutally slow) and Waterway Hills in North Myrtle, In Myrtle you have MB National (west, south, and Kings North), Myrtlewood, and Aberdeen and Long Bay are out on US 9. A little farther south are the best courses with the TPC, True Blue, Indian Creek, Caledonia, and the Legends courses. You also have the family of "Glens" (Shaftsburry, Glen Dornich, heather Glen, and Possum Trot) that offer a package deal. I think MB national does this too. As far as places to stay, I cant really offer any advce on that as I stay in our condo, but eating...In Cherry Grove, its a little bar called Poos (just ask, somebody down that way will know!) and You have Broadway at the beach which has all the "standard" options (Joes crab shack, Margaritaville, hard Rock Cafe, ect). I practically live there in the summer, and the prices will be a bit steeper, and the play will be slower. But You will have a great time! Happy Travels! :partytime2:
If you have any real specific questions, Ill be more than happy to help any way I can!
*And I know all the kids from my town stay here when they go, but its a resort called Ocean Lakes that is supposed to be pretty good. Ive never been though, as Im in North Myrtle.

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 02:28 PM

Marriott has a great playground for kids on property....

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 08:57 PM

If you're talking about the NY Deli in NMB (place with police patches), it's closed.

OP, personally I'd just rent yourself a 2br condo.  For your needs, I'm not sure that yyou'll gain much at a resort. Condos have almost as much anyways.   The beach is lined with condos.  With kids your age (mine will be same age when i go in august) you'll want to just walkout to the beach and set up camp for the day.  You'll likely be in and out of the condo all day.  You'll also be back and forth to the condo.... so I'd avoid a high rise.  thats my 2 cents..

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 09:07 PM

Also, I disagree with Team Ping.  Prices are cheaper, not steeper in the Summer.  I've been to MB in both spring and summer months.  The pace is slower in the spring.


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Posted 18 April 2012 - 10:07 AM

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Also, I disagree with Team Ping. Prices are cheaper, not steeper in the Summer. I've been to MB in both spring and summer months. The pace is slower in the spring.  
I dont know about all that, it may be cheaper in the evening to play courses, but its not cheaper in the morning. Most courses will have a morning and evening rate. And any week in July, any good course will be packed, thats what I meant by slower. Slower pace of play. Spring is quite bad as well.
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Posted 18 April 2012 - 12:13 PM

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Also, I disagree with Team Ping. Prices are cheaper, not steeper in the Summer. I've been to MB in both spring and summer months. The pace is slower in the spring.  
I dont know about all that, it may be cheaper in the evening to play courses, but its not cheaper in the morning. Most courses will have a morning and evening rate. And any week in July, any good course will be packed, thats what I meant by slower. Slower pace of play. Spring is quite bad as well.

My parents moved to North Myrtle Beach 12 years ago. I've gone down every summer for the past 12 years, usually the week of the 4th of July and I have never had a problem getting on any course, regardless of the type of course, be it high end, average, or miniature putt.

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 01:17 PM

The courses in Myrtle are never packed in the summer. A lot of courses do have higher morning rates because everyone wants to beat the heat, but by no means are they crowded. People come to Myrtle to vacation in the summertime, not play golf--too hot and humid for most. Also, Ocean Lakes is not a "resort"; it's a camp ground/travel park. Based on what I've seen this spring, it looks like deals will be abundant this summer. There sure haven't been any packed courses that I've seen this year. I have a feeling courses will be desperately seeking revenue.

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Posted 20 April 2012 - 06:46 PM

View PostFore_Man, on 17 April 2012 - 09:07 PM, said:

Also, I disagree with Team Ping.  Prices are cheaper, not steeper in the Summer.  I've been to MB in both spring and summer months.  The pace is slower in the spring.

Unfortunately, I live here and I can also attest to cheaper rates in the Summer.  The "high" seasons in Myrtle are April-May and Sept-Oct.  That's when the prices are highest and the courses are more crowded.  Come on down and play golf on some wonderful courses and eat some mediocre food at exorbitant prices!

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Posted 20 April 2012 - 07:31 PM

Huh....Im playing the wrong courses :( My bad! Disregard what I said, that one was all my fault.

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Posted 21 April 2012 - 07:57 AM

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Huh....Im playing the wrong courses :( My bad! Disregard what I said, that one was all my fault.
Maybe you just have a different idea of what "packed" is than the rest of us. :D

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Posted 21 April 2012 - 08:51 AM

If you cant play in 3 hours, then play AGAIN in 3 hours... its too packed :tongue:

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Posted 22 April 2012 - 12:49 PM

Ocean Lakes is technically a campground, but there are hundreds of houses in the place to rent. Anywhere from converted campers all the way to two story on stilts 5 bedroom homes.

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Posted 22 April 2012 - 01:21 PM

Can rephrase it like this....  summer is cheaper (than the rest of the year), summer afternoons even cheaper than that, as afternoons are pretty much unbearable.  Tee off before 8am or don't tee off at all.

Couple of my fav food spots...  wild wing cafe, sticky fingers, california dreamin, greg normans..... and last but not least Original Benjamin's  (do not go on a night before golf, especially if you have a crab leg eating marathon like we do).  One more, Dodge's Chicken (yep its in a gas station in NMB) Yum!

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Posted 22 April 2012 - 01:28 PM

http://www.grandstra...ssociation.com/

I live close, check out the link and you can save on all courses listed.
If playing a few times, this will save money for you. Lots of good choices, not
many bad tracks left, bad econ has take care of most of them.


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Posted 22 April 2012 - 05:22 PM

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How Good is that chicken!? You wouldnt happen to be talking about the one in the BP station, would you?
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Posted 22 April 2012 - 07:54 PM

If you've been you'd remember.  Don't think it's a BP, but I don't recall their brand of fuel.  If you like fried chicken, and need to refuel check it out!  2609 hwy 17 S.

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Posted 23 April 2012 - 07:02 AM

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If you're talking about the NY Deli in NMB (place with police patches), it's closed.OP, personally I'd just rent yourself a 2br condo.  For your needs, I'm not sure that yyou'll gain much at a resort. Condos have almost as much anyways.   The beach is lined with condos.  With kids your age (mine will be same age when i go in august) you'll want to just walkout to the beach and set up camp for the day.  You'll likely be in and out of the condo all day.  You'll also be back and forth to the condo.... so I'd avoid a high rise.  thats my 2 cents..

***  You may want to consider an option that will be easiest on yyour wife if you plan on leaving the family while you golf!

Golf options are endless for someone who was never been.  Best advice, search for Sabram... he's been on point for every MB course that I've ever played, and that's 20 plus.

Not sure about that one but the one I go to is still open.  I think they all have police patches LOL.

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Posted 23 April 2012 - 12:03 PM

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Wife just proposed Myrtle Beach as a vacation spot for this year.  I've never been there before.  Anyone have any thoughts on what resorts, golf packages are good ones?  Are there any resorts we should avoid?  

This should be a kid friendly place.  Have a 3 year old and 10 month old to bring along.

Thanks in advance.

Well i take my 7,6 and 20 month old. I have been taking my girls since they were 1 and 2 years old, plus my youngest starting going last year and turned 1 at the beach. We stay at Myrtle beach resort and they have  a nice kiddie pool area, where they do kids things during the week like scavenger hunts for older kids and coloring and other crafts. They also do ice cream socials and things of that sort.. It is located in Surfside but very accessible to everything.

they have a  nice place to eat on site and can get Pizza delivered, plus they have girls if you like that, there is a play ground also for them to play at. MB has things for all ages to do, if you go to www.myrtlebeachonline.com and look up vacation you will see lots of the things to do and then some.

If you are golfing go to www.myrtlebeachgolftalk.com and sign up there we talk golf and other things Myrtle with people that go multiple times a year and have gone for years to this vacation destination.

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Posted 23 April 2012 - 12:14 PM

Bub, we're talking about 2 different places... Patches must be a NY thing?


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Posted 24 April 2012 - 12:04 AM

I go three times a year for several years now.  I purchased the GSGA card and found it to be a great deal for the money.  They have course in WV-Virg-NC-SC....of course they have several in and around Myrtle.  First time cost for the card is 50.00.  You will get your money back before you leave.  You can check it  out at grandstrandgolfassociation.com.   You get reduced rates at the courses listed and all kinds of special deals that courses offer.  Played Oyster Bay last time for 35.00.  That got you  18 holes Breakfast, 2 free drinks, and lunch when you were finished.  The card also allows anyone playing with you to get the same discount you do.  It also has many resturants ( which you can see on the website ) that offer you 15% off your meals.  Also has several places to shop that offer discounts.  At Xmas time he sends out an offer to renew for only 39 bucks and just adds the year to your card.  I live in WV and have even used it here.  Check the website out and you can see everything.
Courses are cheaper in the summer.....
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Posted 25 April 2012 - 01:36 PM

I'm heading to Myrtle on Friday for the first time. 18 holes Friday at Rivers Edge (NC), 36 holes Saturday at Willbrook Plantation, 36 Sunday at River Club and 18 Monday at  Cape Fear National (NC). We're flying in and out of North Carolina hence the first and last day of play there. The condo we're renting is in Myrtle Beach but I'm not sure exactly where. 8 guys, lots of golf, some cards and I'm sure a little bit of partying...should be fun :yahoo:

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Posted 26 April 2012 - 06:02 PM

Big cat courses are all pretty good.  If you didnt mind driving a little ways Caldonia in Pawleys is unreal.

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Posted 26 April 2012 - 06:22 PM

Dporto,  I think you'll be happy with Willbrook.  I've also heard many people say good things about Cape Fear.  You should try and make it over to Bald Head Island if you're staying in NC.

My wife's father and bro are in MB right now, they played Eagles Nest and Black Bear yesterday and today.  They gave them great reviews, especially at their price points.  EN $37 and BB $50, so they said.

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Posted 27 April 2012 - 01:29 PM

Golf is cheaper in the summer, but the accommodations are the most expensive then. It's also packed everywhere.
Hot humid and crowded....not my cup of tea, but others obviously dig it. Good luck


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