Over the coming week I’m going to be posting a number of articles to the new travel portion of our site. Most of them have been written over the past seven or eight years, but remain current with a few slight edits.
Today’s post is about the last building boom in the so-called “Golf Capital of the World.” Yep, Myrtle Beach — home to swimsuit shops, strip bars and tons of average golf. But there are some exceptions, including the Love Course at Barefoot Landing and Rivers Edge, an Arnold Palmer/Ed Seay design that had an exceptional site.
The story is here. Tomorrow I’ll post on Tom Fazio’s work at the Green Monkey in Barbados.