CHERRY GROVE, S.C. – For golfers in the Northeast and Midwest, a Myrtle Beach golf trip in the fall provides a final opportunity to enjoy the game they love while spending time with friends before winter descends.
As group leaders make plans for a fall trip, the golf package at the top of many lists is the Myrtle Beach Elite, a deal anchored by Tidewater Golf Club, one of South Carolina's premier public layouts. Myrtle Beach Elite can be booked as a golf-only or stay-and-play package, pairing Tidewater with Arcadian Shores Golf Club, Prestwick Country Club and Arrowhead Country Club, all of which are ranked among Myrtle Beach’s top 20 courses.
While all four layouts are outstanding, Tidewater is the offer’s featured course, providing golfers the opportunity to play one of the nation’s most memorable public designs. The reigning South Carolina Golf Course of the Year, Tidewater is home to nine holes that play along either the Intracoastal Waterway or Cherry Grove Inlet.
That stunning scenery, particularly the four holes that play along Cherry Grove Inlet, is at the heart of the course’s considerable appeal, providing the take-home memories golfers like to recall longer after their trip has ended.
Whether it’s the view of the Atlantic Ocean players enjoy from the 13th green or the challenge of the par 4, fourth hole, a gentle dogleg left that plays along Cherry Grove, a round at Tidewater is a bucket list experience. Those views attract much of the attention, but the acclaim the course receives is equally rooted in its commitment to delivering a premium experience from the moment players arrive on property.
Tidewater’s customer service sets the standard along the Myrtle Beach golf scene, complementing a layout that enjoys outstanding year-round conditions.
As part of the Myrtle Beach Elite, golfers also enjoy the opportunity to play Prestwick, a Pete and P.B. Dye design that is a favorite of locals and vacationers alike. Arcadian Shores was acclaimed architect Rees Jones’ first solo design, and Arrowhead, a 27-hole facility, is one of just six area courses, including Tidewater, that plays along the Intracoastal.