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published by Mississauga Business Times Feb. 04, 2013
Ive been going to Myrtle Beach for over 25 years. I love the Carolinas and I particularly like this part of them. In early October I was off to see The Wizard as part of a three-day tournament arranged by Buffalo Communications. Along with The Witch and Man O War, The Wizard is one of three courses, all designed by renowned architect Dan Maples, that make up the appropriately named Mystical Golf. Much of Mystical Golfs customer friendly atmosphere can be attributed to its owner, Claude Pardue. He certainly understands how critical service is in these uncertain economic times.
published by World Golf Wire Jan. 24, 2013
Mystical Golf -- owner and operator of the acclaimed The Witch, Man O'War and The Wizard golf courses -- announces its value-rich spring stay-and-play offer ideal for "golf buddy" trips. Named "one of the best deals in the country" by Golf Channel and "best deal in golf travel" by Golf Vacation Magazine, the layouts are all rated from 4 to 4-1/2 stars by Golf Digest. Mystical Golf is additionally lauded as the "Best Value" in the Grand Strand by GOLF Magazine. Beginning March 24, the spring package starts at $118 per person, per night (taxes included) and features:
Three rounds with cart on The Witch, The Wizard and Man O'War
Three nights' lodging in well-appointed, three-bedroom golf villas (four beds)
Complimentary iHOP breakfast daily
Free steak dinner at Logan's Roadhouse (includes non-alcoholic beverages, taxes)
Lunch, range balls and two beers free at the course each day
$15 gift card toward a golf shirt
Instant replay round for cart fee only
published by The Golf Wire Jan. 10, 2013
Mystical Golf, owner and operator of the three acclaimed Grand Strand courses, announces legendary entertainer Ben Vereen will perform a benefit concert with the Long Bay Symphony for its "Pardue Children in Need Fund" at the Alabama Theatre in North Myrtle Beach, Jan. 25 beginning at 7:30 p.m. Few entertainers are as accomplished and versatile as Vereen. For over 40 years, he has performed countless one-man shows around the globe. He was the first simultaneous winner of the "Entertainer of the Year," "Rising Star," and "Song and Dance Star" awards from the American Guild of Variety Artists (AGVA). In 2012, he was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame.
published by Metro New York Jan. 07, 2013
After a recent visit, Mystical Golf's trifecta of Myrtle Beach courses The Witch, Man O'War and The Wizard now holds the pole position on my golf vacation radar. Why? The three Dan Maples' designs are flat-out superb, the maintenance is country club-good and the price is off-the-charts reasonable especially the stay-and-play packages. Though Man O'War and The Wizard are adjacent and The Witch is 10 minutes away, each course is a golf universe unto itself. The Witch is Myrtle Beach golf at its finest with many tricks up her devious sleeve as 500 acres of tranquil cypress groves and wetlands provide plenty of hazards due to Mother Nature. Strategy is rewarded as the par-71, 6,702-yard layout is an SAT test of the ancient game. Muscular Man O'War is soothed by a 100-acre lake on its edge. This is a study in water management as H2O touches every hole The par-72, 6,967-yard Man O'War intrigues with its spectacular (and rare) back-to-back island greens on 13 and 14.
Metro New York
published by Back9Network Dec. 17, 2012
Claude Pardue, president and CEO of Myrtle Beach-based Mystical Golf, owns and operates three courses in the world's public-course capital - the Witch, Wizard and Man O' War. Post-college, Pardue worked in his father's Burlington, N.C., insurance/financial services agency for nine years. Not interested in inheriting the reins upon his dad's retirement, Pardue and then-partner Richard Lee purchased Hyland Hills, a somewhat tired course in Southern Pine, in 1984, when its gross total sales were just north of $550,000. When they sold Hyland Hills in 1999 its total sales were $2.1 million. Meanwhile, the business and marketing genius had expanded his business to Myrtle Beach, and, since each course opened, the Witch still averages about 44,000 annual rounds, and Wizard and Man O' War about 42,000. They are thriving despite the recession thanks to Pardue's insistence on providing customers with the region's best bang for their buck.
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