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|Myrtle Beach, SC | Over 1 million rounds booked

GolfMaster Parker

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GolfMaster Parker

GolfMaster Parker

  • If traveling with a large group the best route will be a condo or full home opposed to a hotel. In Myrtle Beach, some personal favorites are the South Beach Cottages, Ocean Blue Resort, or the Myrtle Beach Villas II. Great locations, amenities, and nice places. Very affordable for large groups.

  • Different courses will have perks depending on where you book. Golf Trek currently has some great specials with course choice flexibility. Specials include breakfast, lunch, and 2 beers with other packages offering free replays. Some offers viewable here.

  • GolfMaster Parker started the topic Happy Hour Specials in the forum Dining 1 year ago

    Happy Hour is a great time to go out in Myrtle Beach. Most places offer some sort of special not just on drinks, but oysters, mussels, and clams too.. YUM!! Top favorite is Biminis Oyster Bar (a MUST go) with half-price oysters and .50 cents off draft beers from 4PM-6PM. I also love Liberty Brewery & Grill which has happy hour from 4PM-7PM with…[Read more]

  • The Myrle Beach Safari is so cool! There is both a day or night tour where you get wild encounters. You’ll see a cheetah, chimp, elephant, liger, and much more. A great day venture.

  • If you are going to Myrtle Beach it is likely you are looking for a place next to the water. There are tons of great places. For large groups, I recommend the Myrtle Beach Villas II. They are just steps from the beach, across the street from a convenience store and liquor store, and only a few minutes drive to downtown Myrtle Beach. A great place…[Read more]

  • Well, this is a hard question. Depends on what you fancy! I would have to say as far as most played it would be the Barefoot courses.

  • As a local people always ask me where they can eat on a budget. There are tons of great deals around town, but I’ll just list a few of my favorite joints. Pop Pop’s Pit BBQ has delicious BBQ with meals under $10 and kids meals under $5!! Pulaski Deli is also an affordable joint with authentic pierogis, kielbasa, and golabki. Generous plates run…[Read more]

  • GolfMaster Parker started the topic Mini Putt-Putt in the forum Activities 1 year ago

    A great activity for the young and the old alike! There are quite a few places to take the kids for putt-putt in Myrtle Beach, but one of my personal favorites is the Jurassic Mini Golf center. The place is well kept and an all day of golf is only $15 per person.