Chipping, Driving, and Putting the Day Away

Around here the only thing easier to find than a golf course is the ocean. Nicknamed the Golf Capital of the World, Myrtle Beach boasts more than a hundred courses, which means there’s one that’s just perfect for you, whatever your skill level. Absolute beginners might try one of the many week-long instructional camps, which will introduce you to the fundamentals of chipping, driving, and putting. Or you could just dive right in at a par-3 course, where there’s no water and the holes are short. If you’re a real pro, head up to King’s North Golf Course at Myrtle Beach National, where you’ll have to navigate more than forty sand traps on the 18th hole alone. You might also head down south to Pawley’s Island and take a swing at True Blue at Caledonia Golf and Fish Club. We love this course, but you don’t have to take our word for it: True Blue was ranked as one of the Top 25 in the South by Golf Digest.

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