Reasons to Take a Fall Golf Trip to the Grand Strand

Reasons to Take a Fall Golf Trip to the Grand Strand

Fall is a great time for a North Myrtle Beach golf vacation.  The heat and humidity we all know in the summer has subsided and evening temperatures typically drop into the low 60's creating the perfect weather to play a little golf!

A North Myrtle Beach golf vacation in October and November is the perfect way to say goodbye to the season at a time of year when temperatures are beginning to get a little too cool for our golfers in the northeast!

What are some of the advantages of taking a golf vacation when fall arrives?

1.) While spring is the busiest season on the Grand Strand, it's hard to beat the aforementioned weather.  Given that daylight savings time doesn't end until November 2nd, there is plenty of daylight to get in 36 holes.

2.) The value of a North Myrtle Beach golf trip is always strong, but it's at its best in the fall!
Don't just take us for our word for it.  Golf Digest recently featured a group of golf packages from other leading destinations.  Compare the value in Orlando, Scottsdale, Kohler and others to what you get on the Grand Strand, it's not even close.  No destination can match ours and that advantage is magnified in the fall.

3.) Course conditions are ideal, especially for the area's remaining layouts that feature bentgrass greens, which thrive in the cooler temperatures.  Most area layouts have converted to the new strands of Bermuda and they are in pristine condition as well.  Course conditions will be as good as they are all year.

The Grand Strand, with it's subtropical climate, is fortunate to be a 12-month a year destination, but it's hard to find a better time to be here than in the fall.

Check out some of our Signature Packages here:
Glens Group Ultimate Golf Package
East Coast's North Four
Best of Myrtle Beach
Big Cats 4

Call one of our expert Golf Directors today and book the perfect fall golf vacation in North Myrtle Beach.  866-714-1667

Content Provided By: Chris King - Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday and Thomas Golf Vacations

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