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Friday, October 12, 2012
"Legends Triple Play" Package Tops Fall Golf Getaways To Myrtle Beach; Autumn Temps In The 70s, MLB Playoffs Make For Perfect Year-End Buddy Trip
(MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.) - As Major League Baseball enters its "Fall Classic" season, Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday and Legends Golf and Resort announce the "Legends Triple Play" package, featuring five diverse, challenging and fun courses.

Scottish-inspired Legends Golf and Resort is conveniently located in the "Central Strand" just minutes from Myrtle Beach International Airport and in proximity to numerous restaurants and area attractions. Its three-course lineup includes Parkland, Heathland and Moorland, designed by Tom Doak and P.B. Dye.

Also under the Legends brand flag are two of the most-scenic tracks along the Grand Strand: Oyster Bay (Sunset Beach, N.C.) and The Heritage Club on Pawleys Island. Collectively, the five courses offer more than enough variety, strategy and unadulterated fun to sustain a three, four or even week-long sojourn.

The Legends Triple Play package starts $119 (per person, per day, quad occupancy) through Nov. 18 (http://www.golfholiday.com/packages/northmyrtlebeachgolfcom/) and features:

• Three rounds with cart on choice of Legends Golf Group's: Heritage, Legends Heathland, Legends Moorland, Legends Parkland and Oyster Bay courses
• Three nights' condo lodging at select properties including Bay View Resort, Grand Atlantic, Compass Cove, Ocean Reef and Regency Towers
• Complimentary daily breakfast and lunch at the Legends clubhouse
• Free entrée (per golfer) at Mykonos and Rioz restaurants ($50 value)
• Two beers complimentary at the course each day

"The Legends Triple Play is the perfect example of the numerous and exceptionally-priced 'golf buddy' stay-and-play offers we showcase," says Bill Golden, president of Golf Holiday. "Fall is the ideal time to visit Myrtle Beach for great golf and good times in the golf capital of the U.S."

Logging onto www.GolfHoliday.com this month, it is easy for golfers nation-wide to step up to the plate and hit a Grand Slam. The Legends Triple Play is just one example of the value-rich stay-an-play deals offered by Golf Holiday's member courses and accommodation partners.

Getting to Myrtle Beach has never been easier. Multiple airlines offer direct flights to Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) from more than 20 cities from Canada to Florida. The Grand Strand is within a half day drive of Southeastern population centers like Atlanta, Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, and a day's drive from Washington D.C., Philadelphia and other East Coast and Midwest cities.

For more information about golf packages in Myrtle Beach, visit www.GolfHoliday.com.

About Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday
Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday is a non-profit trade association comprised of 79 championship golf courses and 99 golf package providers in the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina area. Founded in 1967, the organization continues to be the driving force behind the growth of the region's thriving golf market. The originator of the "Stay and Play Package," Golf Holiday provides non-biased information about accommodations and golf courses to assist golfers in making the most informed decisions when planning for their next vacation.

Golf Holiday also hosts seven events and tournaments annually to help to foster continued growth of the game. In addition to hosting the Hootie & the Blowfish Monday After The Masters Celebrity Pro-Am Golf Tournament each spring, Golf Holiday also manages the GOLF.com World Amateur Handicap Championship - the world's largest single-site amateur golf tournament, the Summer Family Golf Tournaments, the Palmetto High School Golf Championships, the Veterans Golf Classic and the Myrtle Beach Never Forgets Memorial Golf Outing.
Contact:
Shane Sharp
Buffalo Communications
704.519.8381
ssharp@buffalocommunications.com

David Wood
Buffalo Communications
703.635.0577 (cell)
dwood@buffalocommunications.com

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