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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.
published by Toronto Sun Sep. 15, 2015
Myrtle Beach: Myrtle Beach is the perfect, temperate shoulder season destination and is known for its bevy of golf courses. Tee up with Mystical Golf and their stay-and-play package. The Gold Level package, with rates starting at just US$99 per person, includes three rounds of golf with cart, three nights lodging in a three bedroom golf villa, free iHOP breakfast and a steak dinner. Available through Nov. 29, 2015.
London Free Press
published by La Presse Sep. 09, 2015
September came out strong, as they say in sports jargon. After a summer that left everyone on his appetite, here we are about to enter the fall with some enthusiasm. It is said that in September will be beautiful. So beautiful days in perspective to add more round of golf at the counter and the region's clubs will certainly not complain. The arrival of autumn also means the start of migration for many golf enthusiasts, whether to continue their season in Florida for the winter months, or to extend a few days. To the latter solution, the Myrtle Beach area is often favored. For many reasons, the main one being the high number of courses found there, and for the time normally milder than in Quebec. Besides the prices are very affordable because of the competition between clubs to attract customers. For regulars of Myrtle Beach, the "Mystical Golf" is not unknown because it consists of three courses, the Witch (Witch), the Wizard (wizard) and Man-O-War (fighting fish). For the uninitiated, these lands are owned by Claude Pardue, a golf enthusiast who likes to do things differently. Just to give a particular signature in its properties, just to stand out in the amount of courses that are offered at Myrtle Beach.(Original is in French. Above is a translation.)
published by Washingtonian Magazine Online Sep. 08, 2015
Driving on the Grand Strand: From these beautiful townhouse accommodations, you can roll out of bed and be right by three of Myrtle Beach’s best golf courses. Each has its own clubhouse, theme, and look. The Wizard features deep bunkers, fairways framed by mounding, large bentgrass greens, and several stone bridges. Man O’ War was built on a 100-acre lake and has back-to-back island greens. The Witch is heavily tree-lined and was laid out among 500 acres of tranquil cypress groves and wetlands, teeming with flora and fauna.
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