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Never Too Early to Plan: Register for the Brittain Resorts Classic

How about getting your first rounds of 2023 in Myrtle Beach?

Head for the coast Feb. 6-8 for the Brittain Resorts Classic. It’s a 54-hole, two-person team tournament in the Golf Capital of the World. Check in early Sunday, and play three rounds of golf. 

For $225 per player, you’ll also get lunch and prizes. Only the first 150 teams that enter will get in, and it’s anticipated to sell out.


Where Can I Stay to Play in the Brittain Resorts Classic?

Enjoy a variety of accommodations for players in Brittain Resorts. Participants get exceptional rates at choice properties, so consider one for your stay. Request the special rate code. Or inform the rep that you’re playing in the Brittain Resorts Classic when you reserve.


What Courses Will I Play in the Brittain Resorts Classic?

You’ll play on the Grand Strand’s best. Here are the courses:

  • Arrowhead. This course sets the tone for the aesthetic aspect. Arrowhead’s three nine-hole courses are just right.
  • Barefoot Norman Course. Do you accept the challenge of the Intracoastal Waterway as a hazard on the back nine? Let’s go.
  • Crown Park. You’ll have a blast on this championship course. The immaculate terrain has plentiful challenges throughout.
  • Founders Club. The cream of the crop. This Pawleys Island course features raised fairways and an absence of cart paths.
  • Long Bay Club. It’s a beautiful course with plenty of challenges. No. 10 is hard, particularly. Greens run fast on this Jack Nicklaus design.
  • Shaftesbury Glen. This A.W. Tillinghast design gets universal approval. Beware those finger bunkers on this Conway beauty.
  • Tradition Club. Play the rolling fairways on this Ron Garl course. You’ll fall in love with its impeccable, accommodating greens.
  • True Blue. Enjoy large greens and expansive fairways. It might be manageable to get on in this Mike Strantz design, but finishing is tricky.
  • Wachesaw East. Even the game’s legends can find the going tough here. This place was a once-successful rice plantation.
  • Course choices are subject to change.

Also in Spring 2023 on the Grand Strand:

Dustin Johnson World Junior Championship

March 3-5, 2023 | TPC Myrtle Beach

It’s a rare treat for spectators: See an international field of the best junior players. It’s a test for young golfers in a tour-life experience, thanks to Johnson’s support.


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