Some people think it’s a well-kept secret on how to obtain the best tee times on the Myrtle Beach courses but it’s really not. Experience will teach you how to get the tee times you want. It’s mostly about timing. Don’t wait until the last minute to try to book your Myrtle Beach tee time. Once you’ve missed out on enough of the tee times you wanted you’ll learn the lesson to call early, as soon as you first know when you want to play.
Now anybody that loves golf will tell you that any tee time is better than no tee time at all so you’ll always be able to play where you want, maybe just not when you want to.
When you schedule your Myrtle Beach tee time it’s important to be there ahead of time and not be running late. If you’re new to the game there is course etiquette that you should be aware of. So take 20 minutes and read the rule book. Don’t try to memorize it but simply get the flavor of the rules of the game you’re playing. If you injure the course in any way, repair it the best way you can. Fix your divots and repair your ball marks and if you make a mess in the bunkers, make the effort to rake it out.
Don’t waste time when it’s time to play. As they say — play without delay. Try to keep up with the pace of play. When recording your score, step away from the green you just played so the group behind you can play. Write your score down on the next tee. Don’t give a lesson during a round. Save your instruction for the practice tee where there is nobody behind you waiting to play. Practice shots or mulligans have no place on the course. Be ready to play when it’s your turn, and if you’re moving slow, let the faster players play through.