PGA- RBC Heritage Classic 2021


Mark your calendar…

WHEN:  April  12-18, 2021 

WHERE:  Hilton Head Island, SC

WHAT:  The 53rd annual RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing

The Heritage Classic Foundation will hold the tournament this April with limited spectators on-site, and strict health and safety protocols in place.  Health and safety  will take priority in this tournament, as are evident by the number of new protocols that have been implemented this year during this unprecedented Covid-19 crisis.  The fan guide to safety policies for the 2021 event are listed at

These new protocols mean some elements of the tournament have changed.  Open air villages and concession areas will replace the and private hospitality venues that usually surround the golf course.  Naturally mandatory use of facial coverings, social distancing and other health and safety measures will be required. All permanent and temporary structures will have complete daily sanitization. Safety measures regarding food preparation and distribution will also be in place.

With fewer tickets available for distribution, the Heritage Classic Foundation will work first with the tournament’s official partners, then open sales to past ticket buyers. For updates on tickets available to the general public, please continue to visit or Facebook (RBC Heritage) and Twitter (@RBC_Heritage).

The Heritage Classic Foundation has updated tournament ticket types and pricing given the limited number of spectators that will be able to attend the event.  All tickets and passes will be valid for one-day only.

Wednesday Ticket • $20 • Offers grounds access on Wednesday to enjoy the RBC Heritage Pro-Am. Includes access to on-course concession areas. Cameras are welcome. (Course is closed to spectators on Monday and Tuesday)

Plaid Pass • $150 • The Plaid Pass offers one-day access to the tournament grounds and on-course concession areas. Available Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Sponsor Village Ticket • $300 • The Sponsor Village Ticket offers one-day access to the tournament grounds plus entrance to the Sponsor Village, an exclusive area between the 17th green and 18th tee, which includes a video board, complimentary food and beverage and socially distanced bleacher seating. Available Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Youth Ticket • Free • Children ages 15 and under are admitted free with a ticketed adult. All children must have a youth ticket to access tournament grounds. Up to four youth tickets can be reserved with each adult ticket purchased. A limited number are available each day. Children must have a Sponsor Village ticket in order to enter the Sponsor Village.

The Harbour Town Golf Links on Hilton Head Island will be hosting the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing this year.  The event is scheduled for April 12-18th and will be celebrating its 53rd year.  Harbour Town Golf Links has hosted this event since 1969.

The Heritage Classic Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, is dedicated to supporting educational and charitable initiatives to enhance quality of life and economic vitality. Since it was founded in 1987, the Foundation has donated more than $44.6 million to people in need. For information on how to “Get Your Plaid On!” call 843.671.2448, visit or Facebook (RBC Heritage) and Twitter (@RBC_Heritage).




If you would like to book a golf outing or tournament in the Myrtle Beach, SC area, please call

Myrtle Beach Golf Directors

(843) 249-5800

Tom, Billy, Wrenn or Tracy


Sand Dunes / Legends Golf Package 2021

Why Book the Sand Dunes Legends Golf Package???

How many times have you told yourself, you can’t wait for 2020 to be over,  Or thought to yourself, 2021 has GOT to be a better year?  Well you are not alone.  Covid-19 has left all of us longing for a place to escape and just get away.  Have you have been cooped up inside, longing for some fresh air in wide open spaces where you can just breathe?  Well, we have the solution for you.

“Where”? you ask…   

The Sand Dunes Resort & North Shore Hotel located just minutes away from the Myrtle Beach International Airport,  in what the locals consider the best area of Myrtle Beach, SC.  This Oceanfront property puts your hotel room or condo overlooking nothing but sand and surf.  Sit on your private balcony and enjoy a cold brew, while watching and listening to the waves crashing on shore.  These condos / hotel rooms will have you so relaxed, you will be able to take a deep breath; inhaling the aroma of the clean ocean breeze and exhaling all your stress and anxiety.

The Sand Dunes Resort and North Shore Hotel offers such a wide variety of amenities you barely have to leave the property.  Take a dip in one of the many pools, or soak your aching bones in a relaxing hot tub.  A steam sauna awaits your arrival to sweat your worries away.  Restaurants, Convenient Store, Nail Salon, Arcade & Entertainment Center and believe it or not….  an indoor Black Light Mini Golf.  Now that is not something you see every day.   After hitting the golf balls on your choice of (5)  Legends award winning golf courses and baking in the sun, guests can return to the resort and relax, while enjoying spectacular oceanfront dining, a panoramic waterfront bar and an extensive collection of wine, beer and tropical beverages.




 Mooreland                                                        Heathland




Oyster Bay



Call Tom, Billy, Wrenn or Tracy at Myrtle Beach Golf Directors and tell them you want the                                  Sand Dunes Legends Package, and feel all that 2020 built up stress just drain away.

Myrtle Beach Golf Directors


Discover Glen Dornoch

Discover Glen Dornoch Golf Course

A Scottish inspired golf course, Glen Dornoch is located in a quaint little town called Little River, South Carolina.  Just up the road from Myrtle Beach, this Clyde Johnston designed course is nestled against the shores of the Intercoastal Waterway.  The clubhouse overlooks a breathtaking view of the 18th hole with a beautiful water background. 

Sit and relax on the outdoor patio while watching the various watercrafts pass by, including the all-time fun “Big M Casino” Boat.


Golf Digest has rated this course among the “Top 10 in Myrtle Beach” and the “Country’s Top 50 courses for Women” (1999).

This Scottish style course will start out the first few holes nice and easy, and gradually progress it’s level of difficulty.

You will find lush fairways of Bermuda Grass complemented with prestine greens of Champion Ultradwarf Bermuda Grass that allows for excellent play.

This 6850 yard, par 72 course has been given a rating of 73.2 with a slope of 141.  Located at 4840 Glen Dornoch Way, Little River, SC.

To get your taste of the Scottish Highlands in the Carolina Lowcountry, contact:

Myrtle Beach Golf Directors

Billy, Tom, Wrenn or Tracy


Myrtle Beach Golf During Covid-19



Why Play Golf and How To Do It Safely During These Covid-19 Times

Golf for some is a get-a-way.  It is a release from a hectic week at work or from life’s demands.  It’s like an outdoor man’s cave, an escape from all of life’s pressures and worries.  A place you can go to block out the rest of the world, breathe in the fresh air, enjoy company of friends and forget about everything else.  It is your escape from reality.   The moment you step onto those greens, nothing else in life exists.  You are now in a new world… no stress, no worries, no woes.

Many people, during this time of Covid restrictions, are locked in the confines of their homes or work spaces with no way to release their frustrations and stress.  Golfers, however, have an escape.  The video above shows you “how” you can still get out and play the game safely, while the story below tells you “why” you can do it and how it can save your life; both physically and mentally.  Jaime Costanzo shares her story and how it has had a life-altering impact for her via .


How Golf  Saved Me In A Chaotic, Covid-19 World

By Jaime Costanzo

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2020 was a challenging year for most. Life as we know it was shut down and turned inside out. In March, I worked for the public school system in New Jersey that went from “all in” to “all out” in 12 hours. Shortly after that, the state shut down everything, and the only people on the roads were delivery trucks from online purchases at food stores and Amazon.

After two months of the shutdown, some states began to open their golf courses. Our neighboring state of New York was one of them. A group of us would drive more than 200 miles round trip to play golf.

Golf was the only thing we could, and wanted, to do. Why, you ask? Here’s why.

For most, golf helps to forget the hard stuff. It cures the pain. Where some people need alcohol or drugs, golfers need golf. Don’t get me wrong. A cocktail after the round helps to get past the bad shots and laugh it off. But that’s just a post-game component for some.

Your mind can only have one thought at a time. It is impossible to have two. We can juggle our thoughts and toggle between many, but only one idea at one time can take place in our brain. And golf is a fantastic sport to divert your attention from COVID-19 and other realities.

It starts with the smell and quiet sounds of the course. The freshly cut grass, birds singing, leaves rustling among the trees, and the small wildlife roaming the course. There are many lakes, streams, rivers, and oceans that reflect and frame the green grass and paint a surreal scenery. Many courses put you in a state of meditation. When standing to take my shot, I look at my surroundings, and I am thankful to see such beauty. As Ben Hogan once said in delivering my favorite quote, “As you walk down the fairway of life, you must smell the roses, for you only get to play one round.”

We then go to the actual art of playing the game. Golf is where our thoughts are focused on just golf, and not the outside world. We think about the target and what type of shot will get us there. We all have different ideas and thoughts on how to execute that, but we all have the same goal: to hit good shots and get the ball in the hole.

Some may argue this point, but all golfers are competitive. Whether you’re competing against others, against yourself and your lowest score, or the course, you are competitive. We always want to do better and achieve our personal best, which is a competitive thought process. My point is, playing “competitive” golf is an excellent diversion. It creates a hyper-focused action for 18 holes, and when it’s over, we want to do it all over again like an addiction.

Perhaps golf is an addiction that soothes the pain of reality.

Since the world of COVID-19 began and the stress it created, I’ve since been fortunate enough to be able to quit my job and move to Myrtle Beach, “The Golf Capital of the World.” I now play a minimum of three times per week, sometimes five. I play in groups from four to 164. We wear masks around the clubhouse and cart staging area and remove them once we get to the first tee. The pin stays in the hole, we touch our own equipment, and we no longer shake hands on 18.

I’ve endured this new world we now live in, and golf has been a great diversion and vehicle to afford me my sanity. Had I been the one to sit home and not change my thought process or way of life, I may be in a different place.

My advice, if you’ve never played the game:

Now is the time to learn.


Take Jaime’s advice.  Book your golf package now.

Myrtle Beach Golf Directors

Tom, Billy, Wrenn or Tracy

(843) 249-5800



PGA Cancels 2022 Championship at Trumps Golf Course

PGA Cancels 2022 Championship scheduled to take place at Trumps Golf Course in New Jersey after recent mob events at the U.S. Capitol building.


Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.  (Photo by BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

The PGA of America Board of Directors voted Sunday night to terminate the agreement to play the 2022 PGA Championship at Trump Bedminster in New Jersey, Jim Richerson, the PGA of America president, announced.

This comes days after a mob of President Trump’s supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol building, causing damage and resulting in the deaths of five people.

Richerson said, “It’s become clear that conducting the PGA championship at Trump Bedminster would be detrimental to the PGA of America brand” and risks the organization’s ability to deliver on its programs and goals of promoting golf.


In a column posted on Saturday eveningGolfweek’s Eamon Lynch foresaw the PGA of America making a move regarding its 2022 PGA Championship, and sure enough…. on the Sunday night segment of the Golf Channel, Lynch said that Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa and Liberty National Golf Club are now being considered by the PGA officials as a replacement.

No matter which property they choose, this decision severs all ties with Trump’s golf properties in the foreseeable future.






Johnny D’s Waffles Grand Opening Jan 12th in Surfside Beach

Johnny D’s Waffles has announced an opening date for their new location in Surfside Beach.

The Grand Opening is scheduled for 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 12.

“We are super excited and nervous at the same time to announce the wait is over.. The New Johnny D’s Waffles in Surfside will be opening Tuesday Jan 12th at 8am! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
We have been training our kitchen staff at our other restaurants for weeks and are hoping to be ready to get your approval right at your first visit but please forgive us if we are not 100% and make a mistake or two. Our team is ready to go and look forward to seeing you all! Thank you all for your patience and tremendous support during this whole adventure!
Now let’s have some waffles!”

Johnny D’s Waffles in Surfside Beach is located at 1200 U.S. 17 Business.  The eatery also has locations in Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach.

Johnny D’s Waffles would be a great place to have breakfast before heading off to a course such as Prestwick Country Club located right down the street on Hwy 544.
If you are looking to book at Tee-time in the Myrtle Beach Area, Contact:
Tom, Billy, Wrenn or Tracy

Myrtle Beach Golf Directors


Myrtle Beach Welcomes “The Beast” Sean Fister

Myrtle Beach Welcomes

Sean “The Beast” Fister.

Sean Fister joins the team at Dustin Johnson’s Golf School in Murrells Inlet, SC

Sean “The Beast” Fister joins the Dustin Johnson Golf School after an illustrious career of competing in the World Long Drive Championships, which he did 33 times. He remains to this day the only American competitor to win the long drive world championship three times (1995, 2001 and 2005), and was the first-ever golfer to eclipse the 400-yard barrier in the finals of this event when he accomplished the feat in 1997. Sean is also the oldest competitor to win the World Long Drive Championships when he did so at 43 years, 4 months.

In addition to his aforementioned long drive achievements, Sean’s list of accolades also includes:

  • 13 RE/MAX World Championship records
  • 13 top 10 finishes in World Championships
  • Longest official drive 450 yards (twice; unofficial 515 yards)
  • Longest carry in a World Championship (394 yards; unofficial 466 yards)
  • Fastest recorded club head speed of 171.2 mph (extended club)
  • Fastest recorded ball speed of 218 mph
  • Author of “The Long Drive Bible,” a New York Times Best Seller
  • President at World Long Drive Hall of Fame
  • 2,000-plus exhibitions and appearances worldwide

Sean said:     “I have had my eye on Myrtle Beach for some time, and wanted to be where the action is in golf,” said Fister. “This was an opportunity that was simply too good to pass up. To be a part of such a great facility and team at the Dustin Johnson Golf School is a dream come true for me! I hope to make a positive impact in the community that is already ‘The Golf Capital of the World.’”

        “Everybody wants to hit the ball farther, but that sentence is incomplete,” said Fister. “They want to hit the ball farther, but they want to find the ball. What I can do is help with distance, and accurate distance.”

         “I will definitely find you some yards. There is no question about that,” said Fister. “But, these yards are going to come down the fairway. That’s what I do, and that’s what I am excited to do at the Dustin Johnson Golf School.”

Allen Terrell, 2020 Carolinas PGA Teacher of the Year, who also coaches the worlds top ranked golfer and most recent winner of The Masters, Dustin Johnson looks forward to having Sean Fister join his coaching staff at the Dustin Johnson Golf School.

         “Sean has traveled the world conducting more than 1,000 clinics for people to help improve their game. There is no one more qualified and experienced who can teach our golf clinics and schools,” said Terrell. “Sean has an incredible passion for helping people improve their game, and he is the perfect fit for our goal of adding more opportunities for golfers to improve.”

Fister is a coach in the Dustin Johnson Junior Golf Academy, which offers a developmental roadmap for young golfers ages 5-13 to introduce them to the game and hone their competitive skills along the journey. Terrell noted that Fister will also be leading a new series of teaching clinics at the Dustin Johnson Golf School, which will be scheduled and announced in the near future.

         “From its namesake to its staff, facility, and technology, the Dustin Johnson Golf School is a world-class operation. I can’t imagine a better opportunity for me to pursue my passion for sharing my knowledge to help golfers, from kids to seniors, improve their play in the game I love,” said Fister. “Having raised three kids of my own, I am especially passionate about helping young golfers learn to play a game that also comes with great life lessons that will serve them well beyond the golf course.”

Sean was inducted to the Long Drivers of America Hall of Fame in 2002, the Poplar Bluff Sports Hall of Fame in 2005 and Arkansas Golf Hall of Fame in 2008.

About the Dustin Johnson Golf School
The Dustin Johnson Golf School at TPC Myrtle Beach in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina is a state-of-the-art instructional facility that has earned its place among the game’s best. It includes a 4,000-square-foot indoor complex with three hitting bays to go with a sprawling outdoor complex featuring a 12,000-square-foot practice green, 10,000-square-foot chipping green and 140-yard teeing area. The school features a full suite of the game’s leading teaching technology including TrackMan, Swing Catalyst, SAM Putt Lab and K-VEST 3D. The Dustin Johnson Golf School instructional staff is led by its director of coaching, Allen Terrell, who boasts a long list of accomplishments and accreditations and has mentored many of the game’s top talents including PGA TOUR professional Dustin Johnson, a mainstay at the top of the Official World Golf Ranking. For more information, visit


Want to book a Tee-Time?  Call  Tom, Billy, Wrenn or Tracy

Myrtle Beach Golf Directors



Prestwick Sand Trap Challenge

Holy Sand Traps, Batman !!!


Prestwick Country Club:  Located at 1001 Links Rd.,  Myrtle Beach, SC


Book your next Tee-Time at

Prestwick Country Club and take the Sand Trap Challenge.

Think you are good enough for this trap?

Call and book now.




Myrtle Beach Golf Directors


Ask for:  Tom, Billy, Wrenn or Tracy



Harry’s Breakfast in Myrtle Beach

Welcome to Harry’s Breakfast Pancakes Restaurant

Located at 2306 N.Kings Hwy in Myrtle Beach, SC

Two blocks from the ocean, this family restaurant is open 7 days a week from 6 a.m. – 2 p.m.














Bacon, Egg & Cheese on a Pancake Sandwich……  WHAAAATTTT????


Book your next Golf Outing with

Myrtle Beach Golf Directors

Call: Tom, Billy, Wrenn or Tracy

(843) 249-5800

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