To many American and Canadian golfers, the words "golf trip" are virtually synonymous with Myrtle Beach. Though the total number of open courses, by my count, has now dipped just below 100 due to a number of closings over the last decade, there is still plenty of variety and quality golf to be had.
Sure, I'm personifying Myrtle Beach by putting it in ProFiles, but it is almost like a friend (or antagonist at times). We spend much of the year dreaming of a few days spent golfing our brains out with a motley collection of characters we call our golfing buddies. If you've been on a golf trip to Myrtle Beach, you can probably relate. If you haven't you'll probably recognize bits of your own golf trip in the hints and observations below.