North Myrtle Beach, S.C. — With winter enveloping the vast majority of the country, players are left to ponder: when is the best time of year to golf in Myrtle Beach? In a sub-tropical destination such as Myrtle Beach, identifying the “best time to golf” is often subjective but the spring season is the area’s most popular and the reasons are many.
With an average high temperature of 75 degrees in April, the weather is idyllic and the Grand Strand’s premier courses, led by Tidewater Golf Club, are in superb condition. Golfers will find layouts that have emerged from their winter dormancy, and Tidewater is one of the nation’s prettiest courses, no matter the time of year.
Tidewater has eight holes that play along either Cherry Grove Inlet or the Intracoastal Waterway, and the third and 12th holes are breathtaking par 3’s that overlook the inlet. The views at Tidewater, which has been ranked among America’s top 100 public courses, will snap golfers from their winter doldrums.
The course has greens covers, ensuring its putting surfaces are always in pristine condition, which provides group leaders a peace of mind as they plan a trip.
The attraction of outstanding weather and course conditions is enhanced when combined with great value, and Tidewater delivers on that front as well. The course is the centerpiece of countless golf packages each year, most notably the Spring Elite.
Groups have the opportunity to experience the Spring Elite as a three to five-night trip, based upon their needs, and can stay in accommodations ranging from oceanfront to golf course condos. In addition to Tidewater, the Spring Elite features Arrowhead Country Club, Prestwick Country Club, Arcadian Shores and the Jones Course at Sea Trail.
Breathtaking Views Will Snap Golfers From Winter Doldrums. For more information, visit www.TidewaterGolf.com.
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