Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (United States) – March 23, 2015 – Stunning new aerial photography showcasing many of Myrtle Beach’s top golf courses underlines why the South Carolina destination rightly commands the billing as ‘The Golf Capital of the World’.
The fly-over imagery, shot by veteran photographer Michael Slear, perfectly showcases many of the region’s headline golf courses, which attract one million golfers annually, and includes Tidewater, Carolina National, Panther’s Run, Tiger’s Eye and Glen Dornoch.
With non-stop air services from more than 25 United States cities, including recent cost reductions for golf bags to Atlanta and Charlotte from European locations, Myrtle Beach is one of the USA’s most accessible and inviting destinations.
The 60-mile expanse, referred to as the ‘Grand Strand’, features four venues ranked among the USA’s top 100 public courses (Dunes Club, True Blue, Caledonia, Barefoot Resort’s Love Course) and includes layouts designed by titans of the game including Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Greg Norman and Pete Dye.
International golf travellers can easily plan their holidays by going to www.myrtlebeachgolfholiday.com, which provides information on every relevant public course along the Grand Strand, including daily specials and multiple price estimates for a visit.
Underlining the quality of Myrtle Beach, only last year it was voted ‘Best Golf Destination’ globally in the 10Best travel awards, sponsored by USA TODAY, the United States’ most widely distributed newspaper.
To learn more about Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday, visit: www.myrtlebeachgolfholiday.com