Known as the Golf Capital of the U.S., Myrtle Beach is home to more than 100 golf courses. It’s no surprise that USA Today Travel readers named Myrtle Beach the top golf destination for 2014. Golfers can do more than hit the links when they’re in town. The beach is also a great place to stock up on the latest gears and gadgets with several stores specializing in golf!
With two locations on the Grand Strand — one at 29th Avenue across from Broadway at the Beach and one in North Myrtle Beach — the PGA Superstore is a favorite among visiting golfers. The store offers a wide variety of golf accessories, apparel, clubs and balls as well as a state-of-the-art simulator. Anything a golfer’s heart desires can be found at the PGA Superstore.
Akers Discount Golf
Akers Discount Golf shop in Murrells Inlet offers a large selection of golf equipment for every level of golfer. Akers provides everything you need for a day on the links ranging from club repair and custom fitting, to spike replacement and club rentals. They also carry a full spectrum of golf apparel including brands like Callaway, TaylorMade, Ping, Cleveland, Nike, Adams and Titleist.
Pawleys Island Golf
For visitors staying on the south end in Pawleys Island, this quaint golf shop with more than 30 years of experience in the golf business may be a perfect stop for you. Located just north of The Litchfield Country Club, the 5,000 sq. ft showroom is fully equipped with a wide selection of men’s, women’s, and children’s golf apparel, as well as clothing and gifts from Life Is Good. Pawleys Island Golf also provide golf cart rentals.
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