You’ve heard Myrtle Beach referred to as one of the world’s golf Meccas. Is this the year you finally make the trek to South Carolina’s famous Grand Strand? If you’re ready to go all in on Myrtle Beach, don’t you owe it to yourself to cherry-pick the best of five dozen 18-hole layouts designed by many of the biggest names in golf?
One way to take the guess work out of your first Myrtle Beach vacation is to choose Mystical Golf. For over 20 years, Mystical Golf’s winsome threesome of Myrtle Beach golf courses have rewarded vacationers with three distinct golf experiences, all within 15 minutes of each other.
For decades Mystical Golf has held the hand of golfers desiring a sure-fire Myrtle Beach game plan. Choose one of Mystical Golf’s stay and play packages, and your only task is an easy 15-minute drive from the airport. Once you’ve contacted the Mystical Golf website, they’ll make your golf vacation easy. This includes villa accommodations, three rounds of golf, cart fees, pro shop gift card, breakfast, lunch, and even a delicious steak dinner.
The Wizard Golf Course
You’re pumped once your group gets settled into a spacious three-bedroom condo featuring a great view of the rolling hills flowing along The Wizard’s back nine. With the golf course literally just a sand wedge away, you drive five minutes to The Wizard’s thoroughly unique clubhouse.
The clubhouse resembles a Scottish castle, complete with a surrounding moat. Once you’ve checked in, you’re reminded that your round includes lunch and two free beers. Your package also includes range balls. So as you warm up on the range, the anticipation builds for your first taste of Myrtle Beach golf.
The Wizard’s links-style layout is the perfect introduction for knocking the rust off your game. The heritage of The Wizard includes renowned Carolina architect Dan Maples designing this 6700-yard stylishly contoured course. The Wizard finishes with a flourish as the 17th and 18th holes feature water carries on your final approach shots.
Man O’ War Golf Course
The setting of your second golf course is the perfect reflection of Myrtle Beach golf. Not only will you admire walls of pine trees soaring to the sky, but Man O’ War looks back at you with a 100-acre man-made lake nudging 14 of 18 golf holes.
Sage advice on the Man O’ War back nine is committing to your shots on the 14th and 15th holes. These back-to-back beauties are believed to be the only consecutive island green holes in the world.
You’ll love tallying up your score and taking advantage of your two free beers in the Man O’ War clubhouse. This charmingly rustic facility sits on stilts while offering scenic views of the course’s massive lake.
Pulling up to the first tee with your golf cart answers the question running through your mind during the flight to Myrtle Beach. “Why do they call this course The Witch?”
The Witch is built on 500-acres of South Carolina swamp land. You’ll scratch your head wondering how a golf course this scenic, and with this much character, started out as a swamp. It’s easy to bond with the huge stillness permeating from this fascinating mix of wetlands, nature preserve, handmade border bridges, wildlife, and cypress trees.
The Witch’s tight fairways, elevation changes, water holes, and contoured greens make it the most demanding of the three Mystical Golf courses. If asked which of the three course’s most embrace the calling card “mystical golf,” it’s hard not to choose The Witch.
Myrtle Beach Golf- You Deserve It
If you’ve circle your calendar to play Myrtle Beach golf, then why not make it easy on yourself. Contact Mystical Golf and ask for their Magical Condo Golf Package at Mystical Resort. When you land at the Myrtle Beach airport, all you need to do is point the rental car toward 4601 Leeshire Boulevard and think about how you want your free steak done. Mystical Golf will do the rest. Find out more at www.mysticalgolf.com.
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