MYRTLE BEACH, South Carolina – The Myrtle Beach Fall Classic, sponsored by Short Par, is entering its seventh year after a sellout in its first six showings. This event caters to those players in the Northeast and Mid-West that cannot play golf at home because Mother Nature has ended our golf season.
Check your calendar and your wallet and save the dates of November 15-19!
The tournament takes advantage of Myrtle Beach’s mild fall season and two-man teams will play some of the best courses on the Grand Strand. Take the plunge now before it sells out again because contestants from prior years are coming back and offer high praise for the quality selection of golf courses, the format, the gift prizes for entering and the bonding among players as the four-day week progresses.
“This will be my third year and I wouldn’t miss it,” said Dan Riley, a 9-handicaper from Virginia Beach, who has also teed it up in the World Amateur for the past few years. “The two-man team format makes it fun and challenging. If you play well with your partner, you can cash. If not then come back next year and try again. I love coming to Myrtle Beach to play in these major events. They know how to run world-class amateur tournaments.”
Probably, the best reason to sign up early for the Fall Classic is the golf course lineup. Without a doubt, the event features one of the best collections of Myrtle Beach golf courses that you will ever find in a tournament setting. You might even find one of your bucket list courses during one of four tournament days. With top-notch golf course designers and superior conditions, every course in the rotation has received numerous accolades from some of the Nation’s best media outlets.
It isn’t just the great golf courses that brings 432 players to the Fall Classic annually. It’s the friendships and memorable experiences off the golf course. With a welcome reception to meet-and-greet fellow competitors, your week gets started in grand fashion.
To top it off, all competitors will close out the week with complimentary lunch and thousands of dollars in randomly drawn prizes and awards to top finishers.
The 7th annual Myrtle Beach Fall Classic is operated by Golf Tourism Solutions. Two-man teams compete over 72 holes with different formats each day. Is there a better way to extend our 2020 golf season!
See you in Myrtle Beach!
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