Best time to Myrtle Beach may be September and October
MYRTLE BEACH – I probably shouldn’t say this for selfish reasons, but I don’t understand why more people don’t visit Myrtle Beach in September and October.
Yes, there is some over-seeding going on, but it’s worth it to avoid the hordes of tourists that clog the golf courses like fire ants.
We played Pawleys Plantation last week, and almost had the course to ourselves. We saw two other groups the whole day. Nobody behind us. Nobody in front of us. We played in a little under four hours, at a leisurely pace.
Pawleys is a great play at pretty much any time of the year, but playing it like we had the course to ourselves was a special treat.
Those traveling golfers without kids that have to go to school should seriously check out the fall months. Only a few of the restaurants have closed for the season, that I could see, so there’s no problem eating almost anywhere without waiting in line.
It’s still warm – too warm, in fact – yet the beach was nearly empty, like the golf courses.
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