Myrtle Beach courses offering spring beach deal

Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday and Ambassador Golf & Beach Vacations are offering the “Southern Beach Deal” package ideal for spring “golf buddy” getaways featuring play on a choice of seven South Strand courses and resort accommodations.
Starting at $268 per person, this golf extravaganza features four rounds – with a complimentary fifth 18 – on a choice of River Club, Litchfield Country Club, Wachesaw Plantation East, Blackmoor, Tradition Club, Willbrook Plantation and Pawleys Plantation.
Lodging includes an array of comfortable resort villas perfect for revitalization after a day of fun in the “Golf Capital of the U.S.” In addition to its 60-plus miles of sweeping Atlantic coastline, the area has nightlife galore and numerous attractions like The Alabama Theatre, House of Blues, Broadway at the Beach and Murrells Inlet.
For spring, Spirit Airlines has announced nonstop flights to Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) from Baltimore / Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI); Washington D.C. Reagan National (DCA); Chicago O’Hare (ORD); Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW); Latrobe / Pittsburgh, Pa. (LTB);  Niagara Falls, N.Y.  / Toronto, Canada (IAG); Charleston, W.Va. (CRW); Philadelphia International Airport (PHL); Plattsburgh, N.Y. / Montreal, Canada (PBG) and Dallas / Fort Worth (DFW).
Multiple additional airlines offer direct flights to Myrtle Beach across the map from Canada to Florida. The Grand Strand is also within a half day drive of Southeastern population centers like Atlanta, Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, and a day’s drive from Washington D.C., Philadelphia and other East Coast and Midwest cities.
“With the large number of flight options and easy drive times to the Myrtle Beach area, our incredible stay-and-play packages have never been so accessible,” says Bill Golden, president of Golf Holiday. “The ‘Southern Beach Deal’ typifies what we’re all about: great golf, great accommodations and great fun all within easy reach.”

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