Vacation time is here! Pack up your clothes. Pack up your shoes. Pack up your toothbrush, toothpaste, and some sunscreen. And, of course, don't forget to pack the most important thing of all: your golf bag. Let's take a look at some things to consider when planning the golf vacation of your dreams.
Well, we may as well get the bad stuff taken out of the way first and confront question number one:
How much vacation money do you have saved?
I know, I know... you probably don't have a fortune saved up for your golf vacation. After all, you just finished paying for a new Hybrid club and then there were those Christmas presents you had to buy a few months ago...
But whatever the case - no matter how much money you do or don't have - you can find a golf vacation that's just right for you. If you do happen to have a lot to spend to get away, you would be wise to go where the warm weather beckons golfers from all across the world. How about the southern United States? California? The Virgin Islands? Hawaii? Why, you could see a volcano or three while you tee up on the green.
But if you don't have the funds available for extravagant vacations such as these, (remember, not only do you have to pay golf fees, but you must also cover hotel stay, transportation, food, and other activities) you could take a much cheaper vacation. If you live on the East Coast of the United States, you could drive yourself and a few friends to a golf club a few hours south to play for a few days. Granted, it may not be a resort-like atmosphere, but if you are there strictly for the golf, that shouldn't even matter!
Golf Courses at Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina has become known as the Grand Strand for golfing. Brierwood Golf Club is very reputed course on the Carolina Coast. Myrtlewood Golf Club Pinehills Course is known as best kept course. Caledonia Golf and Fish Club are well known as the best course.