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BNLongdriver
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December 21, 2018 11:40 am  

With 87 courses over a 60 mile stretch and cost ranging from $30 to $275, we're here to give you advice on all the courses, costs and experiences in Myrtle Beach!

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leftygar1
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December 24, 2018 11:17 am  

Brian, your the go to guy for MB Course knowledge, hope you have a great Christmas and wonderful New Years.


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2manyputters
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January 26, 2019 12:24 pm  
Posted by: BNLongdriver

With 87 courses over a 60 mile stretch and cost ranging from $30 to $275, we're here to give you advice on all the courses, costs and experiences in Myrtle Beach!

Which course is charging $275?

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ArtMBGolf
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January 26, 2019 4:06 pm  

Probably The Dunes.  It's from Dynamic Pricing, where the price goes higher as the 
number of available tee times shrinks.   The price in April can be $190 when there are a lot 
of tee times and jump to $250-275 when only 1 or 2 tee times are left.  
 
A lot of MB courses are doing it and it mostly affects the premium courses.   
If booking near the date of play, pick a day the courses isn't too busy, to avoid the dynamic increase.      
  
I wonder if the dynamic rate might prevent selling the last couple tee times and offset the
higher rate when they get it, from someone booking last minute and having to play a certain course. 
Those in MB for some other event or for the beach, probably don't know what the usual rate is. 
      

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BNLongdriver
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February 12, 2019 11:26 am  
Posted by: 2manyputters
Posted by: BNLongdriver

With 87 courses over a 60 mile stretch and cost ranging from $30 to $275, we're here to give you advice on all the courses, costs and experiences in Myrtle Beach!

Which course is charging $275?

The Dunes is up at $274 for the last weekend in April ... Caledonia is to $245 that weekend and the next.  

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