Every year Myrtle Beach experts, (over 26,000 of them), cast their votes for “Best of the Grand Strand”. Everything from restaurants to boutiques to golf courses are ranked. The list is not exhaustive, of course, but it’s a good starting point when visiting the area. Today we take a look at the list of the top 5 vote receiving driving ranges in Myrtle Beach. If you’d like to see the full list you can find it here.
Barefoot’s Driving ranges has over 30 acres of space. The practice facility is a nice complement to the resort courses and was names a 2012 GRAA top 50 public facility. After you’ve finished your bucket head over to Putters Pub, (located right on site), for a delicious brick oven pizza.
Tupelo Bay features an award winning driving range as well as a ‘pitch and putt’ par 3 course. Once you finish practicing try out their lighted 18 hole executive course. Tupelo Bay also has a full service clubhouse, snack bar and pro shop.
Cane Patch has a huge driving range with 51 individual hitting bays as well as a pitching and putting green. The par 3 course is also a great course for junior players. Take your kids and grandkids out for a day of practice, or play a full round.
River Oaks Plantation is located just minutes from downtown Myrtle Beach on the site of a former nature preserve. The peaceful seclusion is what makes River Oaks an outstanding facility. After hitting the driving range try out one, (or all) of their three 9-hole courses.
The Tournament Players Club in Myrtle Beach is a tour caliber course. In fact, this facility has been a host of the Senior Tour Championship. Tall pines and wetlands give the course a secluded and remote feel, and the driving range is top notch.
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