Golf Tips for Beginners

Myrtle Beach golfPlaying golf is a basic requirement for most of corporate America.  It’s also one of the most popular past times and fiercely played sports.  Each year more and more men and women want to learn the game of golf or improve their handicap scores.  Even if you’ve been playing for years sometimes it requires that you return to the basics to learn to become a better athlete – at any sport.  Here are some intelligent golf tips for beginners to help them learn to play the game and, with practice, win.

At one point most golf pros taught the fundamentals of golf differently from club to club.  But with video technology and the ability to evaluate the golf swing accurately most are now teaching the same fundamental techniques because they’ve been shown to work – in the research lab and on the course.

As with any sport, the quickest and most effective way to improve your game is to study the pros and practice, practice and practice.  Practice develops your skill and technique while experience improves your judgment and ability.  You need both in order to improve your game.  Fortunately, MyGolf has a golf membership that will allow you to practice at local golf courses at a discounted price. These memberships can be for the week, a season or the entire year.

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3 Myrtle Beach Golf Myths Debunked

Myrtle Beach GolfThere are many misconceptions circulating about Myrtle Beach golf myths. So, we decided to set the record straight. Here are three myths and the truth behind them.

1. A few Myrtle Beach golf courses forces package providers to add extra fees to your Myrtle Beach golf package if you want to play their course.

This is not true. The very first Myrtle Beach golf packages began during the late 1960’s. During the first few years, there existed just a number of golf courses that are available for such packages. The price to play a good game of golf was similar to every one of these golf courses. The hotels simply made an average price for golf and incorporated all these golf courses in their packages. They knew very well that the golf price would average itself out eventually.

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Leading Myrtle Beach Golf Membership Company Launches New Website

Myrtle Beach Golf Membership CompanyMyGolf, a leader in the Myrtle Beach golf membership industry, has launched a new, user-friendly website: https://www.mygolfnus.com/. The new MyGolf website was specifically created with user experience in mind and uses state-of-the-art technology to make it compatible with the most recent mobile devices and browsers.

The new site offers richer, easier-to-navigate  online content that showcases all the benefits associated with being a member of MyGolf. Members and visitors now have increased access to information relating to the company’s business activities as well as other comprehensive information such as golf courses, membership events, tee times, lessons and more.

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What You Should Know About Myrtle Beach Golf Packages

Golf Myrtle BeachThere’s serious money involved in the Myrtle Beach golf package industry. However, as with any business opportunity, this could draw out con artists as well as poor business strategies.

Avoid getting saddled with hidden fees on your golf packages. Some resellers of Myrtle Beach discount golf package do not prioritize the welfare of their customers. Having said that, below are five things you need to know about before you book your next golf package in Myrtle Beach.

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The Shifting Sands of Myrtle Beach Golf

With Heather Glen Golf Links apparently closing at the end of the year, many people are asking about the future of Myrtle Beach golf. If it closes, Heather Glen would join a group of recently closed courses that includes Black Bear, Waterway Hills, Wicked Stick, Cypress Bay, Island Green and Wedgefield Plantation. Course closings are never a good thing, but they are also not new to the Myrtle Beach area. Courses such as Bay Tree, Marsh Harbour,  Angel’s Trace and many more have closed over the years, yet golf continues to roll on around the Grand Strand. Golf certainly isn’t dead in the area — both Crow Creek and Arcadian Shores are spending big bucks to renovate their courses — but the climate is changing. So what can we expect for the future?

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Planning Your Myrtle Beach Charity Golf Events

Myrtle Beach GolfGolf is a great way to bring people together under the umbrella of a charity.  It has become almost a prerequisite for all of corporate America to play golf.  It’s a sport that transcends most socioeconomic strata.  You can play in the most expensive golf arenas or on a public course and basically, you’re playing the same sport.  Charity golf events give people the opportunity to play their favorite game and raise money for their favorite charity, all in the same day.

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