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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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The Classic Golf Package gives you the option to play two of Sandestin's original courses. Enjoy complimentary replay rounds booked at the course the day of play. Accommodation options include Bayside at Sandestin or Village of Baytowne Wharf standard hotel rooms, two bedroom Grand Sandestin or three bedroom Lakeside Villas.
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