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Golf Trips
May 2013 Newsletter
The Waccamaw Golf Trail
TPC Myrtle Beach #18 and Clubhouse


The Waccamaw Golf Trail

Quality South Carolina Golf and a Whole Lot More

One of the true hidden gems of golf lies 20 minutes south of Myrtle Beach and barely more than one hour north of Charleston, South Carolina. It offers some of America's premier courses, beautiful beaches, award-winning restaurants and shops along with two of the Southeast's top resorts for the most discriminating of guests. Among golfing circles, it's become known simply as the Waccamaw Golf Trail.

Set along South Carolina's historic Hammock Coast, a region comprised of the townships of Murrells Inlet, Litchfield, Pawleys Island and Georgetown, the Waccamaw Golf Trail extends along narrow 20-mile swath of land bordered to the east by the Atlantic Ocean and to the west by the scenic Waccamaw River. Rich in history and nature, it's an area noted for its offering of a less crowded and more relaxed vacation for those who want to enjoy a quality golf experience.

The Waccamaw Golf Trail fetures eleven award-winning courses, including: Blackmoor; Caledonia Golf & Fish Club; Heritage Club; Litchfield Country Club; Pawleys Plantation; River Club; TPC Myrtle Beach; Tradition Club; True Blue Plantation; Wachesaw Plantation East; and Willbrook Plantation.

Most of these courses were built upon the sites of 18th and 19th century rice and indigo plantations, set amid ancient moss-draped oaks and tidal rivers. Among the noted designers are Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Tom Fazio Clyde Johnston, Dan Maples and Mike Strantz. The numerous accolades among the Waccamaw Golf Trail courses includes GOLF Magazine's "America's Top 100", Golf for Women's "Top 25 in America", six 4 1/2 -star courses and one of only three 5-star courses in the southeast as rated by Golf Digest.

The Waccamaw Golf Trail offers a variety of accommodations, ranging from fairway villas overlooking Litchfield Country Club, Pawleys Plantation and True Blue, to the deluxe hotel suites and oceanfront condominiums at Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort, to quaint beach houses and bed-n-breakfast establishments scattered throughout the region.

Off the course, the Hammock Coast offers award-winning restaurants like Frank's, Quigley's Pint and Plate and many more along Murrells Inlet's Marshwalk, including Divine Fish House, Drunken Jack's and Hot Fish Club. There's also treasure trove of unique boutiques at the Hammock Shops in Pawleys Island, historic points of interest, miles of tranquil beaches and a wide assortment of resort amenities and accommodations. Brookgreen Gardens and Huntington Beach State Park are among the region's many year-round natural attractions available to golfers and non-golfers.

Preferred tee times for the Waccamaw Golf Trail courses and accommodations packages are available online at Be sure to submit your request for a free online Quick Quote to get the best package deals, and we'll throw in a complementary round of golf for your Waccamaw Golf Trail vacation.

Stay and Play Options
Caledonia/True Blue Winter Golf Getaway from $219!


Southern Beach Special - Play 4, Get 1 FREE!

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The Las Vegas Golf Experience
Golf The Vegas Strip - Bali Hai

The Las Vegas Golf Experience

Walters Golf Offering Unbeatable Golf Packages

Walters Golf offers the best collection of championship golf courses in Las Vegas. With exceptional golf experiences from around the world priced as low as $75 it's hard to consider another Las Vegas golf course. We offers golf discounts of an additional 10% off when you choose to prepay for your Las Vegas Golf and multi-day Las Vegas golf packages starting from just $169. And if you're looking for a Las Vegas Golf and Hotel Package we have that priced as low as $199 per person!

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54 holes of Perfection in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
Geneva National

54 holes of Perfection in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Geneva National Resort Boasts Three Championship Courses

"The King," Arnold Palmer, described Geneva National Resort perfectly when he made the following declaration during its grand opening on August 12th, 1991. "My idea is to build a beautiful golf course and at the same time maintain what God has put there." Over thirty years later Geneva National Resort has been eliciting one spiritual catharsis after another as one of Wisconsin's most popular venues.

Very rarely do you find three legends of the game willing to share the spotlight at a first-class resort, but when it comes to Geneva National Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, and Lee Trevino each lent their design acumen to create one of the finest multiple-course resorts in the Midwest. Geneva National also finds distinction in being a semi-private course, with two of the three courses always being open to the public on any given day.

"Geneva National Golf Club has the benefit of being both a private club as well as a public resort facility," explained Dave Winget, Geneva National's Director of Golf. "What that means is with 54 holes of golf on three championship courses we have something to offer everyone. If you are looking for a private club to call your own with private member facilities, upgraded practice facilities, and private member events, you can have it at Geneva National. Conversely, if you are looking for a resort that has lodging, golf, spa, or access to many other local activities, we can provide that as well. Or if you are looking to play golf for the day or find a facility to host your group event (from 4 to 450), you can do it at Geneva National," stated Winget.

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Come Play the Site of the 2017 U.S. Open
Erin Hills


Come Play the Site of the 2017 U.S. Open

Erin Hills - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Erin Hills, located 35 miles northwest of downtown Milwaukee, is preparing to host the 2017 U.S. Open, the first time our national championship will be played in Wisconsin. Erin Hills was recently ranked by Golf Digest among the Top 10 Public Courses in the U.S.

With a variety of onsite lodging, all just steps from the 1st tee, take advantage of the 2013 Stay and Play packages:

* May 9 - June 9: Play one round at the regular rate, spend the night at Erin Hills, and enjoy a free round the next day.

* June 10 - September 29: Play one round at the regular rate, spend the night at Erin Hills, and enjoy a round at half-price ($100) the next day.

* September 30 - October 13: Play one round at the regular rate, spend the night at Erin Hills, and enjoy a free round the next day.

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