Playing Myrtle Beach golf doesn’t have to cost you a whole lot of money. Since the economy went into a recession everyone has tightened up their wallets and are rethinking the importance of things. But now that the economy is improving you owe it to yourself to lighten the reigns and treat yourself to something you enjoy.
Whether you purchase one of our Myrtle Beach golf packages or just come out to play on one of our many courses, it doesn’t have to cost you a whole lot of money. If the price is still more than you wanted to spend, consider playing just 9 holes and slash your price in half. Let’s face it, your first 9 holes you’ll be golfing at your best anyhow!
If you’re looking for practice and don’t want to shell out the fee for a full 18 hole course, consider driving ranges, par-3 courses, executive and pitch-and-putt courses. You’ll get plenty of practice in but at a fraction of the cost.
Sometimes you can get a reduced rate if you’re willing to play the courses at less desirable times. The majority of area golf courses would prefer to have players on their courses at a reduced rate than not at all and it never hurts to ask. While you’re talking to them ask about any promotional discounts they might have going on at this time. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at what you can find out if you just are willing to ask. There’s just no reason why you should have to spend more green than you’re able to afford to play golf.