A great weekend of golf. Played The Dye Club on Saturday in very sunny skies but chilly and very windy. The course is in excellent shape and really should be on any golfers list of courses to play when they come to North Myrtle Beach. On Sunday I played Oyster Bay Golf. Don’t let the short yardage fool you. The course is in outstanding shape. The greens are a little slower than normal but they need to be because of the contours and break they have. You really need to be on top of your game because shot placement is very important. Oyster Bay also has a deal right now that with your tee time you get breakfast, lunch and two beers or soft drinks. Ask our golf director about playing both courses. He can be reached at email@example.com or by calling 1-800-367-6515.
We were able to play at Heather Glen last Sunday. Even after the rain and wind from Hurricane Irene the course was in very good shape. I really love how the greens actually will hold when you hit a good shot. No hitting and bouncing off the greens at Heather Glen. We played the Red and White courses and the fairways and greens were in terrific shape. Heather Glen is one of the real gems in our area. The staff is very friendly starting with Curly at the bag drop and Ken in the club house. Next time you are staying with us in North Myrtle Beach make sure you take time to speak with our golf department and let us set up your golf vacation. We have access to all of the courses up and down the Grand Strand. Try to squeeze in a round at Heather Glen to enjoy the challenging course, excellent greens and friendly staff.
Looking for a quick round while on vacation? Or maybe a full golf package while you and your buddies are visiting. Give our golf guy Chad a call at 800-367-6515 and he can put together a package to suit your needs. From local favorite’s like Beachwood, River Hills and The Valley at Eastport to True Blue, Caledonia and the Barefoot courses we can help out.