Spring Break Golf Getaway | Sundance Vacations

Spring Break Golf Getaway | Sundance Vacations

Spring break isn’t just for students anymore. It’s a time for everyone to take a break from everyday life to relax and recharge. Spring means the weather is starting to warm up and tease us with its rays of sunshine. It’s time to plan the perfect spring break golf getaway and put the long winter season behind us. So, break out your clubs and polish your shoes, it’s time to decide on your spring break vacation with Sundance Vacations.

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Myrtle Beach is also known as “Golf Town USA” and the Grand Strand is the number one golf destination in America, with more than eighty different courses to enjoy. You’ll experience diverse terrain from tidal creeks and low country layouts, to salt marshes and links along some of the most beautiful scenery there is. The temperature in Myrtle Beach is ideal too, with spring temperatures in the 70s. The Grand Strand also offers you different courses for every budget. Some might even say it’s the “supermarket of golf.”

Where to Play


Built on the former site of a working southern rice plantation, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club is currently ranked No. 84 on Golf Magazine’s list of Top 100 You Can Play. With waste bunkers, wetlands and undulating greens, it keeps big hitters honest. The 6,526-yard, par-70 course has been described as having “18 signature holes”, with holes routed around majestic oaks and winding streams.

Dunes Golf and Beach Club

The Dunes Golf and Beach Club features fiercely trapped, elevated greens, wrecking water holes, and is spearheaded by “Waterloo,” a 590-yard, par-5 13th that goes 110 degrees to the right around Singleton Lake. The course was recently closed, as all greens were being re-grassed and minor renovations are made to bunkers and tees. Dunes Golf and Beach Club stands as a “Top 100 Golf Course” in virtually every major magazine ranking. The club has played host to many PGA Tours, senior PGA tours, women’s, amateur, national, and state events. Celebrities have played here, and you can too!

True Blue

With more of a links-style setting, the True Blue Golf Club is ranked No. 28 of Top 100 Golf Courses. Having holes that are framed by mounds of large waste areas, True Blue is par 72 with 5 par 5s. The rolling terrain and native vegetation of this once thriving indigo and rice plantation makes a really great setting for golf. This course also boasts about it’s 18-acre practice facility which is home to The Steve Dresser Golf Academy.


Myrtle Beach National

The three courses available at the Myrtle Beach National are the best-of-the-best with their signature course designs that are inspired by Arnold Palmer! This location offers several of the Grand Strand’s most memorable holes in golf.

The West Course is carved through the Carolina pines and provides you with a backdrop of nature. The traditional layout and design offers fairways, Bermuda grass, and provides the perfect golf experience for any skill level. All the par- 4s play under 400 yards from the middle-back tees, and par-5s are possible to reach in two.

The King’s North course features 18 holes of the most dramatic and picturesque landscape you’ll come across. The par-5 6th hole is nicknamed “The Gambler” and offers a “risk-reward” shortcut to the green. The par-3, island green 12th hole creates an interesting challenge.  A miss to the right, and you’ll land in water, a miss to the left side could land you in the “SC” bunkers. Just wait for the exhilarating finish!

South Creek is an Arnold Palmer signature designed course and is a fan-favorite. It’s the shortest of the three courses at Myrtle Beach National. It features the dramatic par-5 10th hole that wraps around a large lake. The par-4 finishing hole measures 380-yards from the tips and plays as a dogleg with a steep-faced bunker fronting the green. This is a true test to your game.

Where to Stay

Myrtle Beach Resort

Myrtle Beach Resort 5 Seasons is located in the seaside golf capital of the world. Play a round of golf at one of the 80 golf courses in the area. Spend time at our 700 feet of beautiful beach, choose from six swimming pools, play a game of tennis at one of the several tennis courts, float around a 400-foot lazy river, or relax in the steam rooms, saunas, and hot tubs at the health spa.

Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

Hilton Head Island has been a popular destination for vacationers since around 1960, but it wasn’t until 1969 that it gained popularity among golfers. In November of 1969. the PGA Tour held a tournament at Harbor Town Golf Links and it was an immediate success and gave it its popularity! With having twenty-four on-island championship golf courses, and over forty courses in the Hilton Head Island it’s not a surprise that it’s still just as popular. The average spring temperature ranges from 71 to 78 degrees.

Where to Play

Atlantic Dunes by Davis Love III

Atlantic Dunes by Davis Love III is a compete reconstruction of the Sea Pines Resort’s historic Ocean Course–the first course built on Hilton Head Island. Featuring a pronounced seaside ambiance and accented by shells and the seaside grass, it incorporates elements of the surrounding beachfront along with the area’s bounty of native pines and oaks that line the fairways. This course is the NGCOA’S National Course of the year in 2018.

Shipyard Golf Club

You won’t need to venture too far to find an amazing golf course. The Shipyard Golf Club is packed with twenty-seven holes of spectacular golfing. It’s settled in the stunning Hilton Heads natural Carolina pine trees, blooming magnolias, and mossy oak trees. This course is sure to offer a memorable experience that’s fun for the entire family. They offer a weekly package so you can play all you want, all week long. Do you think you can hit all of the 135 holes during your stay? We’d love to hear if you did!

Harbour Town Golf Links

If you’re a fan of the PGA Tour I’m sure you saw and remember the red-and-white striped lighthouse that backdrops the 18th green from the annual PGA Tour event. Harbor Town Golf Links isn’t just popular because the tour or lighthouse, but also because of  the course itself! The 18th hole is one of the “must-play” holes in golf, with a 460-yard par 4. Harbor Town Golf Links is ranked No. 25 in Golf Digest; America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses for the public and has mesmerized pros and tourist ever since. This Pete Dye/Jack Nicklaus collaboration delights and terrorizes golfers at every turn.

Palmetto Dunes Resort

The Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort is perfect for any skill level. There are three courses that are very different from each other and have been rates four stars or more by Fodor’s Golf Digest Places to Play.

Robert Trent Course

Robert Trent Jones Course is located on the Atlantic Ocean and provides shifting winds which makes every hole different. Enjoy the panoramic views of the ocean from the elevated green of the par- 5 10th hole. This is sure to be one of the most memorable rounds of golf you will play on Hilton Head Island. This is an 18 hole, 72 par course.

George Fazio Course

The George Fazio Course is Hilton Head Island’s only par-70 public golf course and provides one of the islands most distinct and challenging layouts. Golfers especially enjoy the challenge of the fabulous finishing four holes, the three well-bunkered par 4s, and the great par-3 17th over water with outbounds creeping in from the left. With new state-of-the-art Diamond Zoysia greens, the Fazio Course delivers a peak golf experience. With relatively small greens and undulating surfaces, the Fazio course challenges and delights golfers.

Arthur Hills Course

The Arthur Hills Course is known as one of South Carolina’s most unique golf layouts. Due to the continuous lines of dunes, a rolling layout, numerous water hazards, and thick stands of palmettos, this course emphasizes accuracy and precision over distance, providing challenges at every turn. This is an 18 hole, 72 par course.

Where to Stay

Coral Sands by Palmera

Enjoy your island getaway from the comfort of this upscale Hilton Head Island vacation resort! Whether you enjoy the beautiful golf courses, a vigorous tennis match, or the miles of bicycle trails and/or relaxing on the beach, Coral Sands by Palmera will allow you to take full advantage of everything Hilton Head Island has to offer.

Hilton Head Island Beach and Tennis

Hilton Head Island Beach and Tennis resort offers a soft, white sand beach and includes 10 lighted tennis courts. Hilton Head is a beachcomber’s dream and was voted one of the world’s best beach destinations. Thirty-three world class championship golf courses await. Rent a bike and enjoy one hundred miles of dedicated trails on the island, or enjoy an eco-tourism tour in nearby Sea Pines Forest Preserve for bird-watching.

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