Myrtle Beach, SC – Since the start of the pandemic, many golf courses were forced to close down operations in Myrtle Beach. As if there was no end in sight, the golf economy seemed to be doomed.
However, starting last year (2021), the surge of golfers started to slowly return to our beloved city and business started to recover.
“2022 is looking beautiful for the whole economy here. South Carolina is doing an amazing job with safety and educating business practices” says Paul Rolth, Founder of Myrtle Beach Golf Packages.
Golfers seem to be back to golfing this year. Reports suggest a 50% increase in rounds compared to 2020.
While lodging is quickly filling up and courses becoming fully booked, the future of the golf market in Myrtle Beach is looking bright.