When in North Myrtle Beach …

Some great restaurants to try following your round on the North Strand

North Myrtle Beach is home to many of the finest golf courses on the Grand Stand, many of which can be booked as part of a stay & play package with MyrtleBeachGolf.net. In addition to championship-caliber golf, many of Myrtle Beach’s finest restaurants reside in North Myrtle Beach.

So, after working up an appetite on the links, check out these tremendous eateries:

Serving up good wine, fresh-baked bread, and only the most authentic Italian recipes, Villa Tuscanna is the closest you will get to Rome in Myrtle Beach. The chicken parmesan is to die for, with breaded cutlets and a marinara sauce that you have to taste for yourself to believe.

With so many different options for seafood on the Grand Strand, Flying Fish has distinguished itself for one reason above all: because the fish is fresh. Want to taste the Atlantic with each and every bite? It’s a rare quality to find in seafood these days. But you surely will at Flying Fish.

Joe’s Bar & Grill’s extensive list of entrees includes steaks, chicken, seafood and pasta, and with a bar menu that is as exquisite as the food, it is sure to serve up a mouth-watering experience. In addition to food and drink, Joe’s also provides one tremendous view of the surrounding ocean marsh.

All three of these North Myrtle Beach restaurants are sure to provide an excellent post-round meal. But don’t just take our word for it. See what those who’ve visited recently have said on TripAdvisor:

On the authentic Italian recipes at Villa Tuscanna, the #1-ranked restaurant in North Myrtle Beach, reviewer Gweech said: “They have every style for meat and eggplant … piccata, Sorrento, saltimbocca, parmigiana, etc. Very careful attention to detail in creating the flavor of their dishes. Their bread is phenomenal with their oil/garlic/pepper dip.”

On the freshness of the food at Flying Fish, the #10-ranked restaurant in North Myrtle Beach, reviewer TropicalTravler87 offered: “They have a wide variety of fresh caught seafood and several options of cooking/seasoning styles. For the non-seafood patrons, they have a wide variety of non-fishy dishes. The staff is friendly, attentive and quick to serve.”

On the atmosphere at Joe’s Bar & Grill, North Myrtle Beach’s #13-ranked restaurant, reviewer sarahviz said: “The decor is very cabin-ish/lodge-ish, and the restaurant is located on the marsh. … From the warm bread, to the salad, to the meals, everything was EXCELLENT.”

There’s a lot to love about golfing with MyrtleBeachGolf.net, staying at SeaSide Resorts and eating in North Myrtle Beach!

New Improvements, Same Great Location

Myrtlewood Golf Club’s Palmetto Course – complete with new greens – set to burst back onto scene in fall 2019

Have you seen that picturesque par 4 on the side of Highway 17 Bypass South in Myrtle Beach – the dogleg right protected by greenside bunkers to the left? Have you longingly watched from your passing car as someone plays their second shot to the green? Well, that hole is No. 3 at Myrtlewood Palmetto, and with MyrtleBeachGolf.net’s Prime Time Rewards special, you can be the one hitting the shot instead of watching it this fall.

The Prime Time Rewards special is affordable and easy to book. Here’s how it works: Every golfer who plays four rounds at courses found on the selected list receives a $100 gift card that is good for merchandise, food, beverages and same-day replays. Just pick your four courses and get playing! And while you’re at it, be sure to include Myrtlewood Palmetto as one of your four.

Put simply, Myrtlewood Palmetto is one of the classic must-plays for all who visit the Grand Strand. First, its location is unbeatable. It is located as close to the heart of Myrtle Beach as any course – just minutes from famous attractions like Broadway at the Beach and the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk – and, as previously mentioned, right on Highway 17 Bypass, though exceptionally quiet as you navigate your way around the course.

Next, the final three holes is one of the best finishing stretches anywhere. No. 16 is a dogleg right par 4 that puts an emphasis on driving the ball accurately to give yourself a good angle to shoot downhill toward the green. No. 17 is a short, beautiful par 3 over water with views of the Intracoastal Waterway painting the background scenery. And then comes the magnificent No. 18 – another par 4, running parallel to the Intracoastal Waterway from tee to green and featuring a view from the tee box you must see for yourself to believe.

In addition, Myrtlewood Palmetto temporarily closed this summer to update the golf course with several improvements set to be unveiled this fall – most notably, restoring greens to their original size and shape with Sunday Ultradwarf Bermuda grass, for a better, truer roll. Bunkers were also reshaped, and new sand was added, for a more complete golf experience.

With MyrtleBeachGolf.net’s Prime Time Rewards special, you can be one of the first to experience the renovations at Myrtlewood Palmetto. And don’t forget to book your staying accommodations at SeaSide Resorts.