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Myrtle Beach Golf Fall Finds
The golf season in Myrtle Beach never really ends, but winter can be hit and miss, so itís best to get in a few rounds of golf during the fall. Fall in Myrtle Beach is the best time for golf because the weather is still pretty nice, and all of the tourists have gone home. The pre-winter Myrtle Beach golf season is a great time for east coast locals to play on the over 100 golf courses that Myrtle Beach has to offer.

Some of the best Myrtle Beach golf courses in the fall include Wicked Stick, Waterway Golf Links, Dunes Golf and Beach Club and Barefoot Resort.

Wicked Stick golf course is a little easier than some of the other Myrtle Beach golf courses. It was designed by Clyde Johnston with lots of room for hitting away. The fairways are wide open, without any obstacles or trees to get in your way. The golf slope rating is 117.

Waterway Golf Links designed by Glen Dornoch is a Scottish-themed course that is considered one of the best golf



courses in Myrtle Beach. It has won numerous golf awards, and has been recognized by many magazines.

The Dunes Golf and Beach Club is especially beautiful in the fall months of Myrtle Beach. It has been consistently rated as one of America's Top 100 courses, and has hosted a variety of national golf championships.

The Love Course at Barefoot Resort was designed by Davis Love III. It is a beautiful piece of property that winds through an old Myrtle Beach plantation. The Love Course's wide golf fairways and roomy landing areas make it a pleasure to play.

As always, be sure to make a golf course reservation when going down to Myrtle Beach to play.



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