• Myrtle Beach Fall Classic

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    Short Par 4 Event Growing, Thriving By Len Ziehm The Myrtle Beach Fall Classic had been a four-year success in the South Carolina golf mecca, but the fifth staging – which starts on Sunday and runs through Thursday, Nov. 15 – has turned into an event that’s both bigger and better. Landing Short Par 4

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  • Compete with Thousands in Myrtle Beach World Am

    Compete with Thousands in Myrtle Beach World Am0

    Flighted Events Lead to a Single Net Winner By Dan Vukelich If you’ve got a spare week for a golf getaway this summer, consider playing in the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship, perhaps the world’s biggest golf tournament. Three thousand amateur golfers, sorted into 70 flights by age and USGA handicap, play four rounds

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  • D.J. Boosts TPC Myrtle Beach Presence

    D.J. Boosts TPC Myrtle Beach Presence0

    Completion of Dustin Johnson Golf School Coming by Memorial Day By Len Ziehm The world’s No. 1-ranked golfer hasn’t forgotten where he came from. Dustin Johnson has put many of his trophies and memorabilia on display at TPC Myrtle Beach, and now he’s upgrading his commitment to that South Carolina facility. Johnson was featured at

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  • Myrtle Beach World Am

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    3,000 Golfers Playing Dozens of Courses Plus: Hanging Out Nightly at the World’s Largest 19th Hole By Len Ziehm It’s definitely a competition, but it also has the friendly touches of an outing as well. The Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship is golf event like no other. With over 3,000 playing in the same

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  • Myrtle Beach World Am

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    Golf Travel Writers member Jamie McWilliams produced a short promotional video on the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship, where more than 3,000 amateurs compete in as many as 70 flights over four days until a single winner emerges. Watch video on YouTube.

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  • Myrtle Beach: Golf Magic

    Myrtle Beach: Golf Magic0

    Back Better than Ever after Hurricane Matthew By Leigh MacKay Fully recovered from Hurricane Matthew, the Grand Strand of Myrtle Beach has 60 miles of beach and close to 100 golf courses. Both its short distance from I-95 and nearby Myrtle Beach International Airport, with its non-stop flights from Logan Airport and other major cities,

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