Grand Strand Golf Community Unites To Introduce Next Generation of Players to Myrtle Beach
(Myrtle Beach, S.C.) – With the start of summer just days away, the Myrtle Beach golf community is offering families a reason to pack golf clubs along with sunscreen and surfboards when they head to the beach. More than 50 Grand Strand courses, including some of the area’s most prominent, are again allowing kids to play for free when accompanied by a paying adult.
While the Kids Play Free program is in effect throughout the year, area courses see a surge in junior golfers during the summer months when families flock the beach. While the sand and surf continue to the be the primary attraction, parents enjoy the opportunity to play their favorite course with the kids.
“Golf is an intergenerational game families can enjoy together, and Myrtle Beach is the ideal place to build that bond,” said Bill Golden, CEO of Golf Tourism Solutions. “Kids Play Free is one of the Myrtle Beach golf community’s best and most forward looking initiatives, giving us a chance to introduce the next generation of players to the game and our market.”
Among the courses participating in the Kids Play Free program are the four layouts at Barefoot Resort, Tidewater Golf Club, King’s North at Myrtle Beach National and Heritage Club, all among the area’s most prominent facilities.
The strength of the Myrtle Beach golf community is derived from the quality of its courses and the cooperative spirit the market operates with, making programs like Kids Play Free possible.
A complete LIST of participating courses is available online.
For more information, go to www.PlayGolfMyrtleBeach.com.