Feeling lucky for 2022? You should take those inklings to the golf links in Myrtle Beach. The Brittain Resorts Classic will crown champions after three rounds of stellar golf.
The unique format will allow teams of two to sample some of the Grand Strand’s finest courses.
Feb. 7-9 is the perfect time to start your season right. Grab freebies and prizes, plus bragging rights for this prestigious event. Register early for a set number of open spots.
It’s 54 holes for a team to conquer. Check in on Sunday, Feb. 7, play three rounds of Myrtle Beach golf, and enjoy lunch and prizes. The field caps at 150 teams and usually sells out at $245 per player.
Luckily, the tournament sponsor is a line of resorts! Brittain Resorts is offering a special rate on their properties for the tournament. When booking, mention the Brittain Resorts Classic, or as for the special rate code.
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Nine splendid courses make up the circuit for the Brittain Resorts Classic. Teams will play different courses each round, in varying formats. Courses subject to change without notice.
This Scottish links course is 27 holes with water hazards on Nos. 23 and 27. A Tom Jackson design, it’s a breathtaking track along the Waccamaw riverfront.
You’ll love playing one of the Myrtle Beach area’s most picturesque and well-cultivated golf courses. It contains three meticulous layouts (Cypress, Lakes, and Waterway) with true-blue putting surfaces.
Designer Davis Love baked Lowcountry feel in, with wide fairways and spacious fairways. Beware the dangers of green complexes that contribute to a memorable day on the links.
A sand-heavy favorite, Long Bay has a challenge on its signature hole, No. 10. It’s a par 4 with waste bunker all around the fairway. Greens are lightning fast on this fun course that’ll test your skills.’
Pete and P.B. Dye collaborated on this course, loaded with challenges and rewards. Its design is as good as any nationwide. Enjoy Dye-favorite pot bunkers, railroad ties, and rolling greens.
Step into the Lowcountry, with beautiful conditions, Spanish moss, and uncommon wildlife sightings. Encounter water features at every hole, evidence of its marshland influence.
Arnold Palmer built this gem on the North Strand, along the Shallotte River. Play it to discover why it’s among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses, according to Golf Digest.
Spectacular golf and breathtaking views from your room. Sounds like the perfect way to open your golf season. Register today and take on the Classic!