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3 Big Reasons Why November is Ideal for Myrtle Beach Golf

When it comes to golf, most people think of Spring and Fall. While Spring weather can be beautiful in the Myrtle Beach area, it can also be unpredictable. And while the earlier part of Fall is also a great time of year, it still lingers as a busy time through parts of October. The later part of Fall can be one of the best times of the year to enjoy one of the many Myrtle Beach golf courses. While November is revving up to be crisp and cool across the country, it’s generally one of the most pleasant and affordable times of the year to enjoy the finest golf packages Myrtle Beach has to offer. Continue reading to find out why now is the time to book your Myrtle Beach golf trip and how Inlet Sports Lodge, a luxury hotel in Murrells Inlet, can help!

  1. Weather is Ideal

When it comes to November, most people don’t think of it as the month to venture on vacation, especially to the beach. But if dipping in the ocean isn’t your top priority, the weather in Myrtle Beach is still prime for golf. Temps average in the 60’s with many days still in the low 70’s and precipitation tends to run a little less likely compared to the rainy Spring months when golf is still at its peak. Most importantly, the east coast is finally out of the peak of hurricane season. Naturally as the end of November approaches temperatures can begin to dip down to some cooler temps, but still remain fairly mild compared to winters in the Northern US and it is still a beautiful time of year to enjoy the Grand Strand, even outside of the golf world.

  1. Accommodations Rates are at Some of the LOWEST of the Year

In addition to enjoying what is considered Spring like weather in the earlier part of November, you can also get some of the best deals on golf and rooms during this time of year. As the Myrtle beach area gears away from peak season, accommodation rates are usually at some of their lowest of the year. Rates at the Inlet Sports Lodge drop down to $109 before taxes and fees as early as mid-October, and continue at that rate through the end of the year. Not to mention for affiliated courses Caledonia & True Blue, affiliated partners, you can score rounds for packages at top courses a bit cheaper than you would in the Spring. The Lowcountry Luxury package for example, offers 2 Nights & 2 Rounds as low as $389 per person beginning October 23rd.

  1. Beat the Crowds

Although Murrells Inlet tends to boast less traffic overall than Myrtle Beach, the impact of the off-season is felt even greater beginning the month of November. If crowds aren’t your thing, you definitely will want to be at the beach during this time of the year. You can enjoy all the same amenities including all the top-rated dining in the area only with less traffic and crowds to compete with. Not to mention…if you have a preference for your tee times, you can have an easier time teeing off at your favored time of day when it’s not as busy.

In case you needed any other reason to visit us for your November Golf trip, give yourself a break before the Holiday Season. Afterall, when will you be able to get away for a golf vacation next? There’s no better time than November for Fall Golf in Myrtle Beach. View our Myrtle Beach golf packages here »

Murrells Inlet Golf: Architect’s Nine Membership

It’s no secret that True Blue Golf Club and Caledonia Golf & Fish Club are two of the best Murrells Inlet golf courses. In face, they are two of the top courses across the entire Grand Strand of Myrtle Beach! If you have played either golf course, then you know what we are talking about. These two golf courses, which have been voted as two of America’s top 100 public courses, are founding partners of The Architect’s Nine, a membership program that provides golfers special access to a collection of the nation’s best layouts.

Joining True Blue & Caledonia in this elite club are the following courses:

  • Rackham – Donald Ross designed course in Detroit, Michigan
  • Rustic Canyon – Gil Hanse & Geoff Shackelford designed golf course in Greater Los Angeles, California
  • Southern Pines – Donald Ross design golf course in Pinehurst, North Carolina
  • Sweetens Cove – King-Collins golf course in Greater Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • Tobacco Road – Mike Strantz golf course in Pinehurst, North Carolina
  • Wild Horse – Nebraska course designed by Dave Axland & Dan Proctor
  • Wine Valley – Dan Hixson designed golf course in Washington State

It’s fantastic to see these two Murrells Inlet golf courses (Caledonia & True Blue) among such elite company. If the Architect’s Nine membership isn’t feasible for you due to some of the courses being on the west coast, please check out a few golf packages that Inlet Sports Lodge offers. Our packages even include lodging at our luxury hotel in Murrells Inlet! Give us a call at 843.357.6106 to learn more.

Myrtle Beach Golf Packages – Stay & Play

From Pawleys Island all the way up to the North Carolina border, the Grand Strand boasts some of the best golf courses in the state of South Carolina. Luckily for you, Inlet Sports Lodge offers Myrtle Beach golf packages at affordable pricing that includes lodging! Below are a few of the top golf courses that we are able to put together custom golf packages for and where they are located:

Caledonia Golf & Fish Club – Pawleys Island

Recently ranked #29 in Golf Magazine’s 2016 “Top 100 You Can Play”, Caledonia is known for its beautiful Low Country landscape and intricate design. Built on a former working rice plantation, this 6,526 yard course boasts 18 signature holes lined with oak trees and plenty of water to keep things interesting! Caledonia was designed by Mike Strantz, who designed 8 other golf courses in North Carolina and South Carolina including True Blue. It is annually ranked on “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses” list by Golf Digest.

True Blue Golf Club – Pawleys Island

Similar to Caledonia, True Blue has earned several prestigious awards in the golf world including “No. 1 Public Course in the Myrtle Beach Area,” as well as a ranking on “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses” list by Golf Digest. This 6,375 yard, par 72 course offers a layout with wide fairways, smooth greens and elevation changes, that both the pro and average golfer should find to be a true joy to play!

TPC Myrtle Beach – Murrells Inlet

The Tournament Players Club of Myrtle Beach brings more than just a prestigious name to Murrells Inlet. This Tom Fazio designed golf course has hosted multiple PGA Tour events over the year, including one Senior PGA Tour Championship.  Each one of their 18 holes is one that you won’t soon forget. Be sure to swing by their pro shop after your round to grab a few souvenirs so that you can tell your golf buddies that you played this golf course!

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Where to Play Golf Post Hurricane Matthew

Many people have their eye on what’s been taking place along the South Carolina shoreline with regards to Hurricane Matthew. We are pleased to say Inlet Sports Lodge is open for business as usual and we want you to keep your plans to come to Murrells Inlet for that golf vacation you’ve been planning. Some outlying areas are still dealing with flooding – places like Socastee, Conway, and communities along the rising Waccamaw River, to name a few. Since you’re probably anxious about taking that golf vacation we’re going to post a list of Myrtle Beach area golf courses that are open, those that are still closed, and some with restrictions. If you already have tee times set up we suggest you call the course where your reservations are to inquire about conditions and/or be rescheduled to a different course if need be. Here is where to play golf in Myrtle Beach:

Where to Play Golf Post Hurricane Matthew

If we can help answer any questions or assist with making new vacation plans, please don’t hesitate to contact us at Inlet Sports Lodge, 877-585-9360 or 843-357-6106. We look forward to assisting you with your golf holiday plans.