4 nights, 4 rounds
Traveling now through 05/31/15.
Prime Time Rewards
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Hot Deal Includes:
- 4 nights' accommodations at Myrtlewood Golf Resort.
- $100 per person Prime Time Rewards card per golfer.
- 4 rounds of golf with cart at select National Golf courses.
- Courses on this package are: Arcadian Shores, King's North, Myrtlewood, and Pine Lakes.
For reservations call 407-551-4519. Reference package code R-HABSUM.
Lodging & Course Information
Always popular among golf travelers, Myrtlewood Golf Resort features villas with "the conveniences of a hotel and all the comforts of home." All one- and two-bedroom units feature a fully equipped kitchen, a washer/dryer, and two color TVs. Guests can relax by the pool after golf or take advantage of the ideal location close to the beach. After all, this is as much a beach town as it is a golf town. In addition, make sure to check out the award-winning Broadway at the Beach for the best restaurants and entertainment on the Grand Strand. It's 350 acres of shops, restaurants, nightlife, and attr...More info
~ 0.26 miles (Not Driving Distance)
The Palmetto Course continues to impress golfers with its dramatic views and challenging layout. Skirting the scenic Intracoastal Waterway, the course takes full advantage of its magnificent surroundings. Included among South Carolina's top 40 layouts, the Palmetto is renowned for its smooth bentgrass greens, open rolling coastal terrain and signature finishing hole parallel to the beautiful Intracoastal....More info
~ 1.39 miles (Not Driving Distance)
After a massive three-year project, Pine Lakes (aka "The Grandaddy") has reopened (March 2009) to great applause in Myrtle Beach. Burroughs and Chapin, the course owners, spent $15 million dollars to restore and renovate the course for 21st century golfers. The course is now the first in the Grand Strand to use Paspalum grass, which can be irrigated with salt water instead of fresh water. The clubhouse also now features a new 6000-square-foot wing to house the pro shop, locker rooms, pub, kitchen, and patio. ...More info
~ 5.23 miles (Not Driving Distance)
Rees Jones designed this tree-lined layout in 1974 to feature moderate fairway bunkering and well-positioned greens. Jones' intricate design uses the most of its natural hazards, which force golfers to think on almost every shot. Tee it up from the tips and you'll quickly understand why Arcadian Shores is still one of the toughest courses in Myrtle Beach. Arcadian Shores is set within Kingston Plantation, close to great hotels, restaurants, shops, and more. ...More info
~ 7.51 miles (Not Driving Distance)
In 1996, the Palmer Design Group transformed the North Course at Myrtle Beach National, arguably the most requested and most recognized course on the beach, into one of the finest courses on the Grand Strand. King's North features some of the most dramatic and unique holes in all of golf. For example, the par-five sixth features an island fairway which offers a "risk-reward" second shot to the green. Other courses on property include the West and Southcreek. Spend your day at Myrtle Beach National!...More info