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hi we are a party of four travelling to mb in march for 7 days four rounds we need all the help we can get in regard to best courses best locations  best places to stay etc etc all help would really be appreciated

 

 

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Well that's a subject that can take up a week of posts. What kind of course do you like - tough, sort of tough, or easy. What part of town do you want to stay in. How much money do you want to spend on golf. Call Brian - he's on the forum and he can help.

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Brian Noblin is definitely THE MAN!  He will provide your best overall package.

Three things to look at:

1. Establishing a budget as UGP says is a good first step. 

2. The Grand Strand is a lot bigger than many people think - 60 miles long.   Picking an area to stay will determine how much driving you will have to do. North and South are quieter, Central is much nearer to the airport, shopping, restaurants.

3. How challenging a course does your group want to play?

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Probably better to stay near Barefoot. It is central for the north or the south courses. Have fun!

Golf is a game. We play it. Somewhere along the way we took the fun out of it and charged a premium to be punished.- - Ron Sirak

hi guys thanks for all your help .at the moment we are looking at the mar vista grande as our base
what do people think? and could they recommend some mid priced courses close by please

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We love to help, but you need to provide better criteria.  
Value, mid, premium courses?  
Same for lodging, plus resort, area, on the beach. 
Where are you coming from?    

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One name : Brian Noblin!

One phone number : 1 844 706-7503

With those infos, you will be on for a wonderful golf trip!

Denis Gilbert
Quebec City, Canada

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Posted by: @paddy-b

and could they recommend some mid priced courses close by please

Arcadian Shores, Beachwood, Myrtlewood, MBN West, Aberdeen, Meadowlands, Crown Park are a few that come to mind that are fairly close.

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thank you and is our location close to bars and restaurants please

@undercover-golf-pro

Would recommend a visit to Boardwalk Billy's-- very good food-- great service. Also in Barefoot area is Joes bar and grill which has outstanding early bird meals/drinks.
As to courses:
Tidewater, Grand Dunes, Barefoot (4), all fairly nearby and top courses.
A little farther-- but worth the drive-- Pearl (East/West), Thistle, Oyster Bay, Glen Dornoch.

Also-- your not far from Dunes Club-- which is expensive-- but one of the nicer courses in the entire area.

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Mar Vista is close to Main Street which has a few bars and restaurants .

You can drive a couple miles and go to Molly Darcys on the beach. Bar and restaurant that stays,open late.

..or drive a couple miles to several restaurants on Rt 17... the main drag, going north/south.

Never stayed at Mar Vista, but it looks nice.

jw11

 

 

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Where are you traveling from?    If this is your first MB visit, consider playing a 
variety of courses, at different price levels, to get a feel, especially if you will return.  
 
There are more courses recommended than you can play in 4 rounds.    
Add Farmstead to the list as a upper mid and Tidewater as a scenic premium course.  
Beachwood is a good warmup first day course.  

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