PopStroke Tees Off in Myrtle Beach

PopStroke is a brand-new golf attraction located at Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Partnered with Tiger Woods and Taylormade, the “Eat. Putt. Drink.” themed mini golf course offers a full menu, outdoor games, LED TVs, a playground, and two state-of-the-art mini golf courses.

Each mini golf course features 18 unique holes on synthetic turf complete with rough, fairways, and even bunkers. However, each player will use only a putter making it great for all ages and abilities (as in, you don’t actually have to know how to golf to play).

The extensive food and beverage menu offers a wide variety of appetizers, tacos, salads, sandwiches, flatbreads, and extras. A few highlights that caught our eyes include the Jumbo Grilled Wings with eight different sauces from which to choose; Ahi Tuna Nachos; Southwest Braised Chicken Salad; the 1/4 Pound Smash Burger with the works; and a Blackened Mahi Wrap.

Grab a specialty cocktail like The Tee Off with freshly muddled lemon and blackberries mixed with Tin Cup rye whiskey and lemonade or the Birdie Juice with Hendrick’s gin, strawberry puree, basil, cucumbers, simple syrup, and Sprite with a cucumber and lime wheel garnish. PopStroke’s drink menu also includes a long list of ice cream flavors, specialty milkshakes, wine, and beer.

PopStroke’s official opening was held on March 4, 2024, at their Myrtle Beach location. Reservations are not required to play or eat. The attraction has locations in Florida, Texas, Arizona, and Alabama.

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Lodging Spotlight: Barefoot Resort Golf Villas

Whenever you plan to come to Myrtle Beach, Barefoot is your home away from home!

Are you planning to play at one of Barefoot Resort & Golf’s four championship courses with MBGolf.com? How about all four? Well, be sure to book one of Barefoot’s Golf Villas through Condo-World so that you can stay as close to the action as possible.

The Golf Villas at Barefoot Resort offer comfortable, affordable accommodations for players looking to stay near the action in North Myrtle Beach. These two- and three-bedroom villas are conveniently located within Barefoot Resort, providing easy access to not only championship golf but also the fun and excitement of Barefoot Landing. The complex is home to 150+ shops, restaurants and bars, and entertainment venues for day and night, plus iconic Myrtle Beach shows like Alabama Theater and House of Blues. Nearly all villas feature a fully equipped kitchen, separate living room with a sofa and a balcony, and many offer outdoor pools, tennis and/or basketball courts, washer/dryers, outdoor grills, internet access, and much more.

Whatever you’re looking for in your vacation home, Barefoot Resort Golf Villas has it. But don’t just take our word for it. See what those who have stayed recently have said:

“Love the villa! Great price for the space we booked! It was very peaceful, and so I enjoyed the large porch near the pond with the water feature which made for a very relaxing, enjoyable area to sit! Very nice weekend getaway!”

“The condo, the view and the location! It was wonderful! Very relaxing!”

“The location was super quiet even though it was five minutes from the activity of Barefoot Landing. Our unit had a screened porch which was nice in the evening.”

 There’s a lot to love about Barefoot Resort Golf Villas, no matter what you’re looking to get out of your stay. Have a wild time or kick back, relax, and enjoy some peace and quiet. Barefoot offers it all!


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Featured Dining Attraction: RipTydz

It’s a hot summer’s day in Myrtle Beach. Your golf group decided it would be a good idea to play 36 holes. Well, that 36 turned into 45 because Tom and Steve tied for the lowest total score of the day and wanted to settle it. You’re not going to sit back and watch so you decide to drag yourself through the pain. On the 43rd hole of the day, Jim says “Where are we going to eat?” A couple suggestions get thrown out that aren’t good then you have a genius idea. “Let’s go to RipTydz!” you yell, and all of sudden you are looked at as a hero.

RipTydz is a modern oceanfront dining and bar experience, unlike any other place in Myrtle Beach. Located on 13th Ave North on Ocean Boulevard, RipTydz features multi-level dining and a rooftop bar. They can seat more than 500 and offer three separate bars. Fun Fact: RipTydz is the largest oceanfront grill and rooftop bar in Myrtle Beach. 

Riptydz has a multitude of menus to choose from – whether you want to go and get a snack and a beer or go and get a full meal with your family and friends. If you decide to go and get a light meal and a drink, take a look at the Beach Side Starters menu. The starter’s menu includes Southern Fried Pickles, Oyster Rockefeller, Coconut Shrimp, and Wingtydz to name a few. There’s also an extensive Raw Bar list. 

For your main course, you have a lot of different options to choose from. If you are in the mood for tacos check out the dockside tacos menu. That includes Baja steak tacos, Rip’n shrimp tacos, crispy chicken tacos, and Mahi-Mahi tacos. If you want a sandwich, take a look at the sunburn sammies menu with options like the Coastal Crab Cake Sandwich, Old Bay Po Boy, and Chicken Salad Flatbread.

If you’re looking for a more traditional seafood experience check out Riptydz’s ocean favorites menu. This menu includes traditional seafood such as shrimp and grits, and a coastal fried platter which includes a variety of seafood and sauces. Don’t forget to check out one of their Mac-N-Cheese Mania dishes, burgers, wraps, or the Giant Seafood Towers. 

RipTydz also has an extensive drink menu with a large selection of beers on tap and specialty drinks, shots, margaritas, wines, mojitos, Rip’N Chillerz, and even Half Gallon Mega Masons. Cool off with one of their Arctic Blasts like the Myrtle Vice which features Blue Chair Bay Coconut Spiced Rum and Blue Chair Bay White Rum blended with fresh strawberries and creme de coconut. Feeling risky? Try the Oyster Shooter with Tito’s Handmade Vodka, a splash of Bloody Mary mix, and a raw oyster. 

Along with its diverse drink and food menu, RipTydz also features live music on the weekends. If you haven’t visited this soon-to-be favorite evening attraction, do so during your next visit to Myrtle Beach!

Looking for a place to stay near RipTydz? There are some great condos and Myrtle Beach resorts just steps away! 

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Our Favorite Breakfast Spots In Myrtle Beach

Kickstart the day with a breakfast of champions at any of these restaurants that are renowned for some of the best breakfast or brunch menus in Myrtle Beach.

Dig into what we recommend!

Eggs Up Grill, Multiple Locations

Wake up with Eggs Up Grill, which has a bounty of locations throughout the Myrtle Beach area. This popular neighborhood breakfast spot is known for its Southern hospitality, serving up fresh-brewed coffee and hearty dishes with a smile. You can’t go wrong with anything on the menu. Choose from an abundance of omelet combinations, breakfast egg entrée classics, or pancakes or waffles hot off the griddle. And, if you’re not an early bird and prefer lunch, Eggs Up offers sandwiches, burgers, and biscuits.

Johnny D’s Waffles and Bakery, Multiple Locations

Another breakfast spot with a family of locations is Johnny D’s, hosting patrons in Surfside Beach, Myrtle Beach, and North Myrtle Beach. If you have a sweet tooth, this is your sweet spot. Order a banana split waffle or a red velvet cake waffle to satisfy your craving. The menu also features a wide variety of creative concoctions, including breakfast skillets, like the Irish Skillet, which features a hearty combination of eggs, cheese, potatoes, hash and bacon – all topped with loads of cheese! Breakfast cocktails are also available.

Dino’s House of Pancakes, 210 Highway 17 South, North Myrtle Beach

The extensive breakfast menu in this North Myrtle Beach restaurant may seem overwhelming, but you won’t be disappointed with anything you choose. Try any of the eggs and sides, old-fashioned buttermilk pancakes, waffles, French toast, omelets, egg skillets, and egg sandwiches.

Benjamin’s Bakery, Café & Coffee Roasters, 810 3rd Ave. South, Surfside Beach

You’ll get a whiff of the deliciousness they’re cooking up for breakfast at this quaint corner café in Surfside Beach as soon as you walk in the door. Choose from any of their breakfast bagel sandwiches, like the Surfside Beach sandwich, egg, turkey, provolone cheese, avocado, tomato, spinach, and bacon on a baguette with basil pesto mayo. Or take a bag of fresh-baked bagels, breads, pastries, and sweets, or sit in the café (indoors or out) with one with a cup of Benjamin’s roasted in-house coffee.

Blueberry’s Grill, 7931 N. Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, and Barefoot Landing, North Myrtle Beach

As the name implies, fresh blueberries are stirred into a smattering of breakfast dishes on the Blueberry’s Grill menu, such as blueberry pancakes, a blueberry ricotta Belgian waffle, blueberry hushpuppies, and a blueberry muffin and eggs. But there is so much more, like the Melting Pot omelet (cold smoked salmon, American and Boudreaux Brie cheeses, caramelized onions, capers and avocado crema), the Stone Barn Pork Belly Benedict, assorted egg skillets, and sandwiches. Specialty cocktails are also available; breakfast is served until 3 p.m.

Croissants Bistro & Bakery, 8014 N. Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach

Served until 3:30 p.m., breakfast and brunch are the specialties at this north end bistro. Musts are their Quiche du Jour with a freshly baked croissant, the shrimp and grits, and the Southern Benedict topped with fried green tomatoes. Add on a refreshing smoothie and share a Sunrise Pizza, a croissant flatbread topped with mornay sauce, scrambled eggs, bacon bits, diced tomato, and mozzarella.

Crepe Creation Café, 4012 Deville Street, Myrtle Beach

The family-owned Crepe Creation Café, located within The Market Common, is a charming dining option for breakfast or brunch alfresco or indoors. As you can guess, the fresh, made-to-order breakfast crepes are the main attraction, but there are also more must-try breakfast creations on the menu are their croissant sandwiches, platters, Benedict dishes, omelets, French Toast Croissants, and bowls.

Drift – A Coastal Eatery, 980 Cipriana Drive, Myrtle Beach

This cool café in the Grande Dunes Marketplace offers a combo of classics and breakfast/brunch dishes with a twist served on the patio or their swanky dining room indoors. Aside from their impressive selections of Egg Benedicts, omelets, scramblers, sandwiches, and class breakfast entrees, Drift offers healthy options, like the Quinoa Poke Bowl and Protein Power Bowls blended with five-grain quinoa, a wild mushroom blend, avocado, fresh burrata ball, garlic aioli sauce and your choice of protein, from grilled chicken to duck confit and more.

10/Fold Biscuits, 4377 N. Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach

This biscuit hub is closed until May 2024 for renovations and expansion plans, but you’ll want to seat yourself here when they reopen to check out all of the changes and take a bite out of any of their endless offerings of scratch-made Southern biscuits, like the Carolina Que piled with slow- cooked pulled pork and coleslaw or the BEC with thick-cut bacon, free-range sunny side up egg, cheddar cheese, and chipotle ketchup.

Sea Captain’s House, 3002 N. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach

You’ll feel right at home at Sea Captain’s House, an oceanfront beach bungalow converted into a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner for more than 60 years. Dig into the ocean views at this locals’ favorite and breakfasts that are “fit for a Captain.” Choose to graze their Famous Breakfast Buffet or order any of their omelets, Benedicts, sandwiches, pancakes, and French toast.

Are you thinking about taking a golf trip or just want more info? Check here for pricing information, or to get a quote today from one of our expert golf directors!


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Off the Course: House of Blues Spring Concert Series & Events

HOB Myrtle Beach

Make your spring vacation to Myrtle Beach all the more memorable with a night out at House of Blues. This national chain, focused on serving up delicious Southern cuisine and showcasing American music, truly brings new meaning to dinner and a show.

Located at Barefoot Landing, House of Blues features national touring acts as well as lesser-known musicians who are equally as impressive.

The concert and event venue hosts a bevy of tribute bands including the Doobie Brothers, Def Leppard, Van Halen, Pearl Jam, and Pink Floyd just to name a few.

Upcoming bands and artists performing at House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach are Elle King, Architects, Amon Amarth, Paul Cauthen, The Amity Affliction, Tribal Seeds, Asking Alexandria, Geoff Tate and Adrian Vandenberg, Conner Smith, and Big Head Todd and the Monsters.

Special events include a Shrek Rave, Electric Avenue – The 80s MTV Experience, Gasolina Reggatoen Party, The Taylor Party – The TS Dance Party, Spring Break Hip Hop Fest, and The Rock Orchestra By Candlelight.

As one of the more intimate concert venues in the Myrtle Beach area, House of Blues offers a musical experience that all fans will appreciate. Be sure to try some of their signature Southern dishes while watching the show like the Voodoo Shrimp, the New Orleans-inspired Jambalaya, and the BBQ Brisket Nachos.

Keep the night rockin’ with a stop at House of Blues’ bar to taste some of their original, music-inspired cocktails. The All Night Long, the Strawberry Fields, and the Beast of Bourbon are just as special as the songs for which they’re named.

House of Blues also offers a Murder Mystery dinner show, an interactive and comedic “who dunnit” in which you’re not only a guest but a suspect! The venue also hosts the world-famous Sunday Gospel Brunch featuring a Southern-inspired buffet as well as uplifting Gospel music performed live.

No matter what the occasion, House of Blues is sure to make for an excellent addition to your itinerary. To purchase tickets to the show of your choosing or to learn more, please click here or call 843.272.3000.

Looking for a great place to stay nearby? Check out these condo rentals and golf villas for your next getaway.

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Resort Spotlight: North Beach Resort & Villas

North Beach

The high-end oceanfront lodging options along the Grand Strand are many, yet among them North Beach Resort & Villas by Condo-World in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina still makes quite the statement.

Upon entering this upscale, Caribbean-themed property, you’re greeted by the dramatic presence of its twin oceanfront towers fronted by fountains and palm trees. Once inside, you see quickly what all the fuss is about.

North Beach Resort’s spectacular amenities are highlighted by its unparalleled, 2.5-acre water park that includes an infinity pool, outdoor lap pool, four hot tubs, waterfalls, oceanfront swim-up pool bar, and oceanfront cabanas. The towers themselves feature 1- to 5-bedroom condos, meticulously appointed and offering spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. For the ultimate in luxurious accommodations, book The Bridge at North Beach Resort! This sprawling 7-bedroom oceanfront suite features vaulted ceilings, a private ice maker, a gourmet kitchen, upscale bedding, and much more.

Though it’s near popular North Myrtle Beach attractions like Barefoot Landing and numerous dining and nightlife options, you don’t have to leave the property to experience some of the Grand Strand’s premier dining and leisure offerings. This includes 21 Main Prime Steakhouse, one of the area’s top steak houses and sushi restaurants; and Cinzia Spa, featuring a full array of body treatments, an indoor and outdoor lounge, and a peaceful outdoor garden sanctuary.

Barefoot Resort’s signature courses from Pete Dye, Greg Norman, Tom Fazio, and Davis Love III are among the many nearby options for pairing up your luxury stay with world-class golf. If you’re planning an April trip, be sure to visit the Dye Course to take in the sights and sounds of one of the nation’s premier celebrity pro-am events, the Hootie & The Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am to benefit children’s educational programs and South Carolina’s junior golf program.

Our Barefoot Special offers North Beach Plantation as a lodging option to go with four rounds of golf at these award-winning designs – with 25% off each round! Click here for pricing information, or to get a quote for your next visit!

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Hot Fish Club: Cool History, Cool Menu, Cool Restaurant, Hot Name

Get your grub on at this popular Murrells Inlet eatery

You’d be hard pressed to find a Myrtle Beach-area restaurant with more history than Hot Fish Club in Murrells Inlet, just like you’d be hard pressed to find a better company for stay & play golf packages than MBGolf.com.

The original Hot Fish Club was founded in the late 1700s by the planters of All Saints Parish, a social club dedicated to epicurean pursuits, with gourmet food, strong drinks and festive times. The first club was said to be on Drunken Jack Island, located just a few miles south of the current location. Eventually, the original was dismantled and laid to rest, and today, an ever-shifting sand bar off the coast of Huntington Beach State Park is all that remains of the site.

Thankfully, Hot Fish Club lives on. The present installment is, fittingly, located in the oldest existing restaurant building on the Grand Strand, and it remains a favorite gathering place for anyone seeking great food and drink, and lively conversation. They truly pride themselves on personal service, and a desire to satisfy each and every guest.

Most of the menu items served at Hot Fish Club are sourced locally for superb freshness and quality, such as milk from local farms, fish from day boats and local fresh produce. The menu includes favorites such as the lobster pot pie, with chunks of lobster, shrimp and scallops in a white wine cream sauce topped with scratch-made puff pastry. There also is the blackened red snapper, topped with fresh pico de gallo and avocado, served over sautéed spinach and local, stone-ground grits. If turf is more your thing, try the chicken fried chicken. This dish comes with country ham and onion gravy and is served with mashed potatoes and bacon green beans, then topped with onion straws.

Tradition, food, fun: It’s all there waiting for you at Hot Fish Club!

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Willbrook Plantation: Excellence, Elegance from the Very Start

Shining the spotlight on the Dan Maples design’s first hole

For those who know Myrtle Beach golf, Willbrook Plantation is considered one of the best courses around. The club, located in Pawleys Island, embraces the history of the Carolina Lowcountry better than any other, with numerous placards stationed throughout the course telling the story of two rice plantations dating back to 1776, on which the course now lies. While history is sure to become the star of your round at Willbrook, the golf course is no slouch either, as the layout is challenging, highly creative and forces players to hit every shot in the bag, all factors which can be seen from the very first hole. Here’s what to expect on No. 1 at Willbrook during your next MBGolf.com vacation:

World Golf Hall of Fame member Lee Trevino, who once played Willbrook, called the 428-yard (all figures back tees) first hole one of the toughest opening holes he’s ever played. A dogleg right, it’s a hole where players must hit their tee shots through a narrow shoot of centuries-old Southern oaks with branches and brush overhanging. A straight ball to start your day is an absolute must, though you won’t want to hit it much farther than 260 yards off the tee for fear of running through the fairway and into a hazard area which guards the hole’s left perimeter.

If executed, hitting that drive of just over 260 yards to the middle of the fairway where the dogleg bends leaves just a 155-yard approach to a green complex that is gettable, so long as you avoid the oak blocking out the green’s right side and the hazard area which comes into play short and left. Still, there is plenty of room on and around the green for you to be successful, and if you’re going to miss it, right and long isn’t terrible. As with many of the greens at Willbrook, the putting surface at No. 1 is small but undulating, as well as speedy and perfectly manicured no matter the time of year.

A real challenge awaits players of all skill levels at Willbrook Plantation, [willbrook] right from the very first hole. So, be ready to stripe it from the start with MBGolf.com!

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Tastes of the Sea in the Heart of Myrtle Beach

Spotlighting the menu at Hook & Barrel in central Myrtle Beach

The commitment local seafood restaurant Hook & Barrel makes to provide distinctive, sustainable seafood dishes and local produce is unmatched for any other restaurant in the category, and that commitment can be seen in each and every dish they prepare. Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach — appropriately just blocks from the Atlantic Ocean — Hook & Barrel is a must-try on your upcoming MBGolf.com vacation. Here’s what to check out for yourself from the menu:

A dish known for its magnitude throughout the Grand Strand, Hook & Barrel’s seafood tower appetizer (market price) includes oysters in shell, crab legs, shrimp cocktail, ceviche and lobster tail – again, with a strong emphasis on serving sustainably sourced catch from local waters whenever possible. In addition, be sure and order a couple bloody mary oyster shooters for the table before the main course arrives.

There are so many great entrees to try at Hook & Barrel. The pineapple shrimp fried rice is a bigtime favorite, and so too is the Lowcountry Jambalaya for 2, with clams, shrimp, fresh catch, scallops, crab, chicken, andouille sausage, bell peppers, jalapeno, onions, tomato and vegetable broth, served over rice with a French baguette. The flavors cannot be beat!

Also, inquire about the Harvest of the Sea special, with that day’s fresh fish selection (market price), prepared one of four ways and served with one of five sauces, along with a choice of side. In addition, top it with crab cake or imperial topping for $6.

Finally, at dessert time, their baked Alaska is no joke.

Hook & Barrel is open daily at 4 p.m. except for their Sunday Brunch (9 a.m.), which is a top-notch dining experience as well. Meanwhile, their Happy Hour runs 4-6 p.m., Monday-Saturday. Whenever you choose to stop in, make Hook & Barrel part of your plans on your next golf trip with MBGolf.com. You won’t regret it!

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Same Great Quigley’s, Brand-New Location

Experience Quigley’s Pint & Plate’s recently opened second spot in Murrells Inlet this spring

Sharing great food and cold beer among family and friends is what mealtime on your upcoming MBGolf.com vacation is all about. So, if you’re looking for a one-stop shop that provides the highest-quality grub and brews, all in a fun, pub-style setting, consider trying Quigley’s Pint & Plate’s new second location in Murrells Inlet when you visit the Grand Strand this spring.

Quigley’s Pint & Plate features Lowcountry-inspired comfort fare with house-made ales and lagers in an English pub atmosphere. Their lunch menu includes elevated favorites like ahi tuna nachos: sesame seared rare tuna on crispy flour tortilla chips with seaweed salad, cucumber-wasabi cream and sriracha sauce. There also is their grilled portobello caprese sandwich, involving pesto grilled portobello mushroom with fresh mozzarella, basil, sliced tomatoes and balsamic glaze on a brioche roll.

At dinnertime, be sure to order the ale-poached clams as an appetizer. These little necks are poached in wheat beer, with tomato, garlic and fresh herbs, then served with grilled bread. For an entrée, you can’t go wrong with the Cajun ribeye with fried oysters. This dish is topped with spicy tomato-bacon cream sauce and served with mashed potatoes and green beans. What a true Southern delight!

Of course, don’t forget what Quigley’s is really known for: the beer! Eight beers always are on tap, including specialty brewed seasonal selections from their in-house brewery. Current offerings include a white ale, a peach wheat and an Irish stout. They also offer half-gallon growlers and 32 oz. growlers available to go, so if you find a beer you really like, take some with you and enjoy it at your leisure the rest of your stay. Additionally, Quigley’s has a wide selection of wines, cocktails, martinis and hand-crafted draft cocktails available.

Taste the quality for yourself this spring at Quigley’s in Murrells Inlet. Though this location is brand-spanking-new, they already are making quite the impression on those who visit. As one person put it on TripAdvisor:

“As the Pawleys location is one of our favorites, could not wait for this to open so we could try it. Went with a friend … and it was just as excellent. Service is friendly, prices reasonable.”

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