If you are interested in playing Litchfield on your next Myrtle Beach golf trip, make sure you reach out directly to one of our golf vacation specialists who can help plan and organize your trip.
The best place to start is with a no-obligation quote. Just as importantly, you will have the opportunity to work with an expert who knows the Myrtle Beach golf scene, ensuring you receive the best rates and the type of “local knowledge” that can take a trip from good to great.
Group leaders that bring 20 or more people get to play for free, but whether your group is large or small, our golf vacation experts are here to serve you.
Go ahead and request your free quote!
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