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published by World Golf Wire Nov. 04, 2015
Mystical Golf - offering "Myrtle Beach's finest 54 holes of golf" on its Witch, Man-O-War and Wizard courses - announces two stay-and-play packages for incomparable winter golf getaways in temperate South Carolina. All three Mystical Golf courses are consistently recognized by Golf Channel to be among Myrtle Beach's "five best courses" and "best values." Man-O-War's 15th hole ranks among GOLF Magazine's "Five Most Memorable Island Greens" alongside No. 17 at TPC Sawgrass, the "Alcatraz" hole at PGA West's Stadium Course and Coeur d'Alene Resort's movable, floating putting surface. The Witch is praised by PGA.com for presenting one of America's "great ninth holes" and The Wizard has earned 4-1/2 stars from Golf Digest. Starting at $267 (per person, taxes included), the three-day Gold Package features three rounds with cart on each of the acclaimed Mystical Golf layouts (plus one complimentary round), three nights' lodging in well-appointed three-bedroom villa (four beds), free iHOP breakfast daily (available 24 hours per day), and a gratis steak dinner at Logan's Roadhouse (includes non-alcoholic beverages, taxes). Additional package extras include two free beers and lunch at the course each day, complimentary daily range balls, instant replay round for cart fee only, and $15 gift card toward a golf shirt. Extra night stays are available at a moderate cost per person.
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published by Eat, Sleep, Golf Oct. 31, 2015
Arguably, the three most crucial elements of a golf vacation are: Where do we eat? Where do we sleep? And most importantly, where do we golf? Having just returned from an amazing golf excursion to Myrtle Beach, I feel I have a good grasp on what it takes to put together the best 'bang for your buck' golf vacation to the area. In a nutshell, our 4 day, 3 night golf trip included: - One fantastic ocean front resort (The Breakers Resort) - An entertaining trip to the theater (Alabama Theater) - 3 amazing golf courses (Man-O-War, The Witch & The Wizard) - 3 post round dips in the ocean - Plenty of delicious food (Wild Wings) First things first, the golf; with over 100 golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area, selecting the right courses to play can be a daunting and overwhelming task. Here's a look at the three courses we played, each of which offer a unique playing experience and collectively capture the essence of Myrtle Beach golf.
published by Carolina Golf Journal Oct. 19, 2015
I just finished a great four days in Myrtle Beach playing at the Mystical Golf courses - The Witch, The Wizard and Man O'War. The rains had closed the courses for several days prior to my weekend, but the grounds crew at all three did a super job of getting the courses back in shape for a Media Tour event. Owner Claude Pardue rolled out the red carpet for our group, but when you look at his packages for golf he offers all year round, every golfer will get super treatment when they stay-and-play or play any of the three course as a daily-fee golfer.
published by Golf for Beginners Oct. 17, 2015
Halloween may usher in a chill in many parts of the USA but in Myrtle Beach, with temperatures still balmy, golfers are happily driving onto fairways and fist-pumping as they hear the clink of their putt dropping decisively into the hole. What a great time to visit the Golf Capital of the World! The Mystical Golf Writer's Tournament was in full swing once again this past week at The Witch, Wizard and Man O' War courses; in it's fifth year of operation, sports and travel writers converge upon Myrtle Beach to play these unique courses which are different yet which share a common bond. In spite of the wrath which Hurricane Joaquin laid in its path, these three gems were unaffected and remain in very nice condition, ready to cast their magical spell upon tourists and locals alike.
published by New England Golf Monthly Sep. 21, 2015
Fall has fallen auspiciously for New Englanders both with the outstanding play of the Patriots and the outstanding weather for golf. We can all hope that the Patriots will continue to win, but we all know that the winning weather has an expiration date. So, during the next few weeks, while you are enjoying the exploits of the Super Bowl Champs and the remaining good days for golf, consider how you can extend your golf season. My suggestion is that you plan a late fall trip to Myrtle Beach, where you can watch Brady and the boys on TV at a local sports bar and where you can play three of the Grand Strand’s premier courses. Grand Golf on the Grand Strand As any golf aficionado knows, Myrtle Beach is called the “Golf Capital of the World,” with almost 100 courses and with a wide array of golf/hotel/restaurant/entertainment/beach options. Both its short distance from I-95 and the nearby Myrtle Beach International Airport, with its non-stop flights from Logan Airport, make all the attractions easily accessible. Sometimes, these many options, especially where to play golf and where to stay, can be confusing. All sorts of excellent golf packages exist up and down the Grand Strand, but Claude Pardue’s Mystical Golf offers one of the best plans for two reasons. One, the three well-conditioned golf courses, all designed by renowned architect Dan Maples, are totally different layouts spread around eye-catching scenery, and, two, the whole experience, from the golf, to the pro shops, to the food and beverage services, to the lodging is extremely affordable.
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