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Golf Capital of America – Myrtle Beach, SC

Do you enjoy playing challenging, water-lined golf courses like a pro? Perhaps you prefer to relax and enjoy a breezy day on the greens with family or friends? With hundreds of award-winning golf courses to choose from, Myrtle Beach, SC has options for golfers of all skill levels.

A few of our recommended golf courses to consider while visiting Myrtle Beach:

Pine Lakes – The Grandaddy

Myrtle Beach’s very first golf course! Originally built upon natural dunes less than a half mile from the ocean in 1927, the course was recently renovated to ensure it’s in prime condition to be experienced by golfers from across the globe. Be sure to visit the Pine Lakes Country Club while you’re there which exhibits the Grands Strand’s deep-rooted history through its graceful Southern architecture.

Barefoot Landing Dye Course

This is for those of you ready to put your handicaps to the test! Recognized as one of Myrtle Beach’s most difficult golf courses, this is a par 72 with a course rating of 75.3. Barefoot Landing Dye Course is also one of the top tournament courses in the region.  

International Club

This Murrells Inlet golf course is for players of all skill levels that are looking for a fantastic deal. The International Club offers nothing sub-par of a premium Myrtle Beach golf experience without the premium greens fees. Be sure to check out their daily specials for veterans, locals, and various other groups and organizations.

Myrtle Beach National West Course

Just starting out? Perhaps you looking for a course to enjoy with the kids. Myrtle Beach National is one of Myrtle Beach’s most popular golf establishments and, according to Golf Digest, the West Course boasts a 4.5-star design. The West Course is shorter in comparison at 6,114 yards which makes it ideal for a quick 18-holes or a day with the family.

Still unsure where to go? Contact us through the guest portal and we’ll help you decide which course is best suited for you. Otherwise, happy golfing!

Seven Places to Get Craft Beer in Myrtle Beach

The Grand Strand is full of amazing local eats and to no surprise, it’s also full of some amazing places to grab a craft brew. So, when the sun is beaming down, the weather is heating up and it’s time to sip on a cold brew, here are seven of our favorite places to get craft beer in Myrtle Beach:

New South Brewing

1109 Campbell Street, Myrtle Beach, SC 20577
New South Brewing in downtown Myrtle Beach has a delectable selection of “the beer from here” that includes a line-up of in-demand, year-round ales. Try the Dirty Myrtle double IPA and Waccamaw Red Ale.

Liberty Brewery & Grill 

1321 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Liberty Brewery & Grill located in Broadway at the Beach is always a go-to for not only outstanding food, but in-house brewed beer as well. Coming up in April, the release of the yet to be named double IPA. With 44lbs of Citra hops going into this big IPA, this one is calling out to all hop heads and citrus lovers alike!

Bumstead’s Pub

400 Mister Joe White Avenue, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Bumstead’s Pub feels exactly as it should with its old style pub aesthetic and the plethora of cold craft brew to go with it. Try the Helles Lager and Rouge Dead Guy Ale. Or the other 150 beers they have.

Atlas Tap House – 1004 Chester Street, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Known for having the unusual. Atlas Tap House where the craft beer crowd goes to try something exciting, fresh and new. This is the spot to load up on your sour ale fix, your big IPA fix, or any style you could possibly want. Enjoy your brew on the back deck and play some games or relax and smell the ocean breeze.

Island Bar & Grill Surfside

2272 Glenns Bay Road, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
Hidden away in a strip mall off 17 bypass on the south side of the Grand Strand, live music and good times aren’t all that’s to be had at Island Bar & Grill in Surfside. This a locals spot that has something for everyone, keeps the craft beer flowing, and makes the beer nerds happy. Try the new Hi-Red IPA.

Grumpy Monk

4545 HWY 501, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Visiting this spot is like visiting a treasure trove full of North and South Carolina breweries. Expect to find big hitters here as well like Sierra Nevada and their new Hoppy Peach IPA, which is perfect for those just getting acquainted with, and those already in love with, the IPA style.

Hurricane Maggie’s

7710 North Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
Situated on the north side of Myrtle Beach, this two-story locals hole-in-the-wall features a cozy feel, wonderful live local music, a tap list that will simply blow you away. The tap list changes so frequently that each visit is an entirely new set of surprises.

What are your favorite places to get a craft beer in Myrtle Beach?

Where To Go To Cool Down When It Gets Too Hot

Summer is great – we all love it – but sometimes the heat can get a bit unbearable and we need a break. If you’re staying in one of the cool vacation rentals that we have at Seaside Rentals hopefully you chose one with a swimming pool. But even still, sometimes you just need to escape from the heat and go have some fun. Check out where to go to deal with a hot, hot summer in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Where To Go To Cool Down When You're Too Hot

Wild Water & Wheels
There’s no better way to cool off than at a local water park. Wild Water and Wheels will have Live After Five nightly through August 14. Live entertainment on the wave pool stage from 5-9 p.m. for just $9.95 plus tax. Located at 910 Highway 17 South, Surfside Beach.

Where To Go To Cool Down When You're Too Hot

Cool Summer Evenings at Brookgreen Gardens
Escape from the hot summer sun and scorching days on the beach with Cool Summer Evenings throughout the summer at Brookgreen Gardens! This series of entertainment and activities takes place each Wednesday, Thursday and Friday through August 8 and the gardens stay open late until 9 p.m. on these days.Come for dinner and stay for boat rides, live music, kids activities and more. Musical performances begin at 7 p.m. and all performances are included in garden admission and free to members. Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets.

Where To Go To Cool Down When You're Too Hot

Movies After Dark in Surfside Beach
As the sun sets and the temperatures fall, come out and enjoy the free Movies After Dark every Thursday through the first week in August in Martin Field, Surfside Beach. July 23 – Zookeeper, July 30 – The Lego Movie, and August 6 – Big Hero 6. Movies begin at 9 p.m.

Where To Go To Cool Down When You're Too Hot

Wild 4 Hypnosis Comedy Show
The Big Laughs Theatre is a great place to stay cool while enjoying the Wild 4 Hypnosis Comedy Show. You have to check it out! Big Laughs Theatre is located at 2696 Beaver Run Boulevard, Myrtle Beach.