As many of you may (or may not) know, Myrtle Beach has the most acreage devoted to Golf Courses in the world. I am not a fan of golf, but my father-in-law is, and he is the type of person that doesn't understand that it is perfectly acceptable for different people to have different likes and dislikes.
Because of this personality trait, he forces my husband and I to play golf with him every time we visit him in Myrtle Beach. Which would be an enjoyable way to spend a day if:
1) we liked golf
2) he wasn't such a poor sport
As it stands, my husband and I hate golf, and my father in law is a poor sport, so the outings generally start gong downhill as soon as we pull into the parking lot.
This is a farily nice golf course. Reasonable rates, decent course. I can't tell you anything more about it because I have a limited understanding of the different finesses that a golf course can have. As I can see, it has holes, and grass, and some hills, and I think that makes for a perfectly acceptable golf course in my book.