A Trip to TPC Myrtle Beach
By Anthony Schifano | Published on November 15, 2015
A Trip to TPC Myrtle Beach
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The Tournament Players Club of Myrtle Beach opened for play on February 2, 1999, to a host of excellent reviews. Immediately, many of golf’s most respected sources pronounced TPC Myrtle Beach an instant classic. It is the only course in the Grand Strand area to be awarded 5 stars by Golf Digest magazine.

Back in 2000, TPC Myrtle Beach played host to the Senior PGA Tour Championship, won by Hall-of-Fame golfer Tom Watson. The prestige of the Tournament Players Club brand means that golfers can experience and expect an exceptional time at the course.

A Trip to TPC Myrtle Beach

With the plantation-style exterior and Scottish-style interior, derives a strong feeling of tradition and encircles its guests with an ambiance of quiet sophistication. The back patio sweeps out onto the 18th green to give the players and visitors a terrific view of the course.

As you walk through the elegant clubhouse, players will witness the plaque-lined walls honoring the 2000 Senior Tour Championship. Across from these, you will find the glass showcase for Dustin Johnson. The tribute features flags, pictures of some of the tournaments that he has won, along with equipment and memorabilia from throughout his career.

The Pro Shop at TPC Myrtle Beach was named to Golf World Business’, “Top 100 Golf Shops in America.” The expansive pro shop is well stocked with apparel and equipment for all age and sizes. They offer a large selection from all of golf’s leading manufacturers. Their huge selection of apparel proudly sports the logo of TPC Myrtle Beach.

A Trip to TPC Myrtle Beach

After your match, you will be able to eat at the TPC Grille for breakfast or lunch. With the magnificent views of the 18th green, the Grille is a perfect setting for a multitude occasions. Whether it is a drink after a round or a private party, the TPC Grille can accommodate.

The pictorial Myrtle Beach golf course is carved out of the environmentally protected marshland that is populated by enormous red oaks and towering pines. The indigenous everglade is home to turkeys, deer, fox, waterfowl and alligators.

The golf course has earned its accolades with good reason. The elevation changes, undulating greens and Tour-caliber bunkers make for a deceptive and difficult course. Plan to use every club in your bag and expect any weakness in your game to be revealed as well as being rewarded for your great shots. TPC Myrtle Beach is a true testament to your game and your experience will be remarkable.

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For further course information visit TPC Myrtle Beach’s website and view their scorecard:

A Trip to TPC Myrtle Beach

For more on everything golf visit the Tee Party’s website:

Tee Party

Photos courtesy | Founders Group International

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By: Anthony Schifano | Published on November 15, 2015

 
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