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Comment from: Stacy Solomon [Visitor]
The Grand Strand is filled with great deals on both golf and hotels. Since most hotel rooms/suites are similar it's a good idea to select your room based upon which area of MB suits you.

Most of the courses grouped in a package are great for the average golfer. I suggest spending the extra fee to play at least one course like Tidewater during a short stay.
03/01/06 @ 09:06
Comment from: Dick Dalke [Visitor]
Tim, my son and I are vacationing there April 1 tru April 8. We are staying at the Sheraton Broadway Plantation that week. We are both a 15 handicap. We plan on playing alot of golf. Most of our play would be in the pm. Which 10 courses would you recommend $50 to $90 range. Which 5 courses would you recommend under say $150 if at all. One day we will play 27 holes would you recommend the Thistle courses or elsewhere. Thanks, D.
03/12/06 @ 11:15

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