A Golf Player’s Heaven: Vacation at Kingston Plantation ®
A Golf Player’s Heaven: Vacation at Kingston Plantation
Did you know that Myrtle Beach is known as the supermarket of golf? Well, apparently the beach is known as such because there is something to find at Myrtle Beach for everybody. The golf courses aren’t exactly high end though, that being the only thing missing from the 90 plus golf courses that are scattered along the Grand Stand.
Golf and Kingston Plantation ®
Located within Myrtle Beach, Kingston Plantation ® has a lot going on. Consisting of 145 acres of land, Kingston Plantation ® holds the ticket for the best family vacation ever with its luxurious hotel, a condominium resort and various other vacation rentals in Myrtle Beach. Kingston Plantation ® is also a heaven for golfers, either professional or amateurs in the shape of a championship Myrtle Beach golf course designed by Rees Jones, a fact which lends half of the charm.
In addition to that, Arcadian Shores is the other onsite par
72 championship golf course in Myrtle Beach and features five tee locations
with a distance of 6,857 yards. This golf course is a fairly traditional one,
which means that it includes just about every natural hazard and wonder that
can be commonly found here. Even though pretty far from an actual plantation,
this is one of the largest golf resort complexes in Myrtle Beach and certainly
looks the part with its charm and regality, oozing from every corner.
How to Get There
Getting there is very easy, from the airport. Just turn right onto the Robert M. Grissom Parkway and continue on for seven miles. Turn into the Hwy 31 North, and then follow for approximately five miles until you spot the HWY 22 East. From there, you will have to take Kings Road Exit, and then turn right at the bottom of the ramp. Follow the road for about 1.2 miles until you spy the entrance of Kingston Plantation ® to the left.
Friday, August 14, 2015