We know the feeling; the autumn winds are blowing, leaves are falling and your summer has slipped away into memory. While you are busy every day this summer, you feel like you never got a chance to really relax and enjoy yourself. You were so busy taking the kids to practice or getting caught up on the outside chores that you forgot to do the one thing that everyone should do during the summer: play more golf. If you’re feeling blue because you didn’t get an opportunity to play as much golf as you would have liked to during summer 2019, why not plan a fall golf getaway to Myrtle Beach? Here are a few reasons now is the time to extend your summer by planning a Myrtle Beach Golf Trip.
Most avid golfers will attest that playing 18 holes in 90° heat with high humidity is uncomfortable and that discomfort can add strokes to your score. Well, we have great news for those golfers who prefer a more temperate round. During the month of October, Myrtle Beach’s average high temperature is 75°F, while in November the average high temperature is about 67°F. A fall golf trip to Myrtle Beach allows you to leverage our great autumn weather to the advantage of your golf score.
Myrtle Beach and its surrounding area has over 90 golf courses with over 50 of those golf courses rated 4 stars or more by Golf Digest. Whether you are a new duffer or a master, Myrtle Beach has a course for your skill and comfort level. Another unique aspect of golfing in Myrtle Beach is that visiting golfers can enjoy several distinct golf environments. If you prefer an oceanside backdrop to for your round or a marshy woodland or a regal Oak forest, the golf courses in Myrtle Beach can accommodate you.
Myrtle Beach greens fees are notoriously low and that is even more so true in the Fall. Additionally, the Myrtle Beach Airport recently renovated to allow for more direct flights in and out of Myrtle Beach, dropping rates and travel time from your home to our golf courses. Adding to this mix of low greens fees and ease of access are the low fall rates for area hotels, many of which will offer special golf packages coupling your room with preferred greens fees at local courses.
The Southern Hospitality
Don’t forget to play around a little after you play a round. Myrtle Beach South Carolina is still a great destination for non-golfers, who will have plenty to do while you’re out enjoying the links. If your family doesn’t enjoy the beach, Myrtle Beach also boasts a plethora of non-golf activities like shopping at Coastal Grand Mall or the Tanger Outlets, attending shows at Broadway at the Beach and having a great seafood or Southern dinner at one of the literal thousands of restaurants located in Myrtle Beach.