Family Golf Week, highlighted by the 21st annual Father-Son Team Classic, delivered another memorable week in Myrtle Beach as 700 players from 42 states, Ireland, England and Canada participated in the event.
The 18th Annual Green Sea Floyds “Trojan Open” Golf Tournament sponsored by the Green Sea Floyds Booster Club will be Sunday, May 20. This year all proceeds support the Green Sea Floyds High School Athletic Program. The golf tournament is proudly hosted by Diamondback at Woodland Valley Coun…
More than 6,000 fans made their way to the Dye Course at Barefoot Resort again for the annual Hootie & the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Pro-Am golf tournament.
A 5K wellness run, complete with blood-pressure checks and freshly made smoothies, is the inaugural event celebrating the 50th anniversary of Horry Georgetown Technical College. The race will be held April 9 beginning at 9 a.m. at 950 Crabtree Lane on the HGTC Grand Strand campus near The Ma…
Local golfers looking to qualify for a major junior golf tournament in PGA Tour star Dustin Johnson’s name will have an opportunity to do so this weekend in the Carolina Forest area.
The South Carolina Golf Association has released its 2016 tournament schedule, and this year there are more events at Grand Strand golf courses.
At first glance, the Hackler Course at Coastal Carolina University seems pretty straightforward. It’s a traditional design with wide fairways and soft, receptive greens.
The Conway girls’ golf team got a chance to meet and learn from one of the best this week when CHS alum and accomplished LPGA golfer Kristy McPherson stopped by for a practice session at Shaftesbury Glen, where she fielded several questions from the Lady Tigers.
Horry County—and Carolina Forest High School, specifically—is becoming a popular place for junior golfers to migrate to improve their games.
Judging by scores turned in during its opening match, it’s shaping up to be another great year for the Carolina Forest varsity girls’ golf team.
Golf and the Grand Strand are often synonymous, and some of the area’s finest golf courses can be found in the Carolina Forest area. The U.S. 501 corridor from Coastal Carolina University features 14 golf courses at 10 facilities, with 279 golf holes.
A Carolina Forest resident with 16 years of experience in the golf industry has been elected to serve as president of the Myrtle Beach Golf Course Owners’ Association.
Registration is underway for the next Coastal Players Tour event, a developmental professional golf tour headquartered in Myrtle Beach that holds events along the Grand Strand.
Most golfers won’t get to play Augusta National or the Old Course at St. Andrews, but International World Tour Golf Links in Carolina Forest offers the closest thing to the world’s most famous golf courses this side of the pond.
The weather seemed to realize it needed to cool down over the weekend, just in time for the Carolinas Junior PGA Tournament at Hackler Golf Course at Coastal Carolina University.
The driving range at Conway Golf Club will soon become the site of Conway’s newest subdivision, officially named Country Club Landing by Conway City Council at its most recent meeting.
A Golf Magazine poll has found what many golf vacationers to the Grand Strand have already discovered - Myrtle Beach is a favorite golf destination.
From the tips it’s one of the longest and most difficult golf courses along the Grand Strand, but at The Dye Club at Barefoot Resort, it’s the little things that matter most.
Rule 12-1a deals with searching for or identifying a ball that is covered by sand, anywhere on the course.
Christian Salzer of Sumter is the 57th S.C. Golf Association Junior Champion after shooting a three-day, even par total of 216 at the Dunes Golf and Beach Club.
When I returned to Island Green Golf and Country Club to tee it up for a review round in early May, I thought it was going to be a walk in the park.
The Dye Course at Barefoot Resort stretches to 7,343 yards from the tips and is located off U.S. 17 in North Myrtle Beach. It was designed by Pete Dye and features undulating greens, more than 100 bunkers and a wide variety of native grasses and vegetation.
The Carolina Forest golf team wrapped up its successful season with a 16th place finish May 18-19 at the Class AAAA golf tournament at Furman University in Greenville.