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Grand Strand Tournament Calendar 2024

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Upcoming golf tournaments on the Grand Strand:

  • June 8: Fifth annual Food Bank Charity Tournament, Founders Club at Pawleys Island, 9 a.m. shotgun start, four-person team captain’s choice scramble format, benefits local food banks, entry fee of $75 per player includes raffle, on-course contests, Bojangles breakfast and lunch, six team winners, contact Elwin Miles at 843-222-5974
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  • July 18-20: Family Golf Week includes Father & Son Team Classic, Parent & Child Team Classic, 54-hole two-person team events, multiple courses
  • Aug. 26-30: Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship, 72/90-hole individual handicapped stroke-play event, approximately 50 courses
  • Sept. 14-15: Style Driver Girls High School Palmetto Tournament of Champions, 36 holes, championship teams from the Carolinas, True Blue Golf Club
  •  Oct. 26: Current Transitions Annual Charity Tournament, four-person team captain’s choice format, 8:30 am shotgun start, $90 per player includes light breakfast, lunch, prizes, skills contests, raffles, goodie bag, benefits Current Transitions, Valley at Eastport Golf Club, contact Stan Hager 681-215-6555
  • Nov. 18-21: Style Driver Fall Classic, 72 holes, different format daily, multiple courses, call 843-503-9475 for more information
  • Tuesdays: Twilight Golf Tuesday Night Doubles League, Tupelo Bay Golf Center, scramble format,  nine-hole rounds with rotating pairings each week, $49 league entry per player includes one-year Golf Digest subscription, $20 plus tax each round includes cart, eight-week Spring ’24 season begins April 9, eight-week Summer ’24 season begins June 11, tee times between 5-5:50 p.m., open to all golfers, register 1-2 players online at twilight.golf
  • DO YOU HAVE AN UPCOMING GOLF TOURNAMENT: Email alan@onthegreenmagazine.com to have your event added to our list.
  • COMPLETED EVENTS
  • 2024
  • Jan 8: Inaugural Heart of Stroke Foundation Caddy Day Tournament, Topgolf, 6-9 p.m., one foursome per bay, entry fee of $100/player or $375 for a foursome, competition in various Topgolf games for $1500 for first, $750 second, $400 third, raffle, 50/50 raffle, silent auction. Sponsors sought. Sponsorships and entry are tax deductible. Call 843-457-2112
  • Feb. 5-7: Brittain Resorts Classic, 54-hole, two-person team event
  • Feb. 24: Carolina Adaptive Golf Benefit, TPC Myrtle Beach, 10 a.m. shotgun start, four-person team captain’s choice format, entry fee of $650 per team, $1,200 for two teams or $150 per player, of $500 for a team of 3 paired with an adaptive golfer, includes breakfast buffet from 8-10 a.m., Bojangles truck or grab-and-go lunch, hole in one payouts, raffle, silent auction, benefits Carolina Adaptive Golf, affiliated veteran and community adaptive golf clinic noon-1:30 p.m., call 864-448-4997 or email info@carolinaadaptivegolf.com
  • March 1-3: Dustin Johnson World Junior Championship, elite 54-hole junior tournament, TPC Myrtle Beach
  • March 9: #AllieStrong Golf Tournament, Azalea Sands Golf Club, four-person team captain’s choice format, 10 a.m. start, $125 per player, gifts, cash prizes, skills contests, $40 mulligan package optional, proceeds benefit young Allie Johnson’s cancer battle, email alliestrong06@gmail.com or call Lee Johnson at 843-453-7287 to register
  • March 9: Building Game Changers Topgolf event, benefits First Tee of Coastal Carolinas programming, 9 a.m.-noon, $75 per player or $600 per six-person bay team sponsorship includes buffet breakfast, cash bar, contests for closest to the pin, angry birds and top pressure, guest speaker, multiple sponsorships available, affiliated with March 10 Jacob B Elliott Memorial Tournament at True Blue, register at www.firstteecoastalcarolinas.com, contact Wendy Flynn at 910-754-5288 or wflynn@firstteecoastalcarolinas.org
  • March 10: Fourth annual Jacob B. Elliott Memorial Tournament, True Blue Golf Club, 1:30 p.m. shotgun, $125 per player includes skills contests, dinner and awards, benefits First Tee of Coastal Carolinas programming, affiliated with March 9 Building Game Changers Topgolf event, contact Wendy Flynn at 910-754-5288 or wflynn@firstteecoastalcarolinas.org
  • March 13-15: True World Am Q School, qualifier for the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship, three courses
  • March 18-20: General Hackler Collegiate, hosted by Coastal Carolina University, The Dunes Golf and Beach Club
  • March 23: Fifth Ed & Joan Vaitis Memorial Golf Tournament, Eagle Nest Golf Club, benefits the North Myrtle Beach Rescue Squad, $75 per golfer includes range balls, light breakfast, Mission BBQ lunch, prizes, 50/50 raffle, register at https://nmbrescue.com/golf/ or email Pam Wirth at pwirth@nmbrescue.com.
  • March 25: Second annual “Show Some Love” Charity Tournament, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, four-person team captain’s choice format, 1:30 p.m. shotgun start, supports Project Golf programs for veterans, youth and beginners, entry of $150 per player includes post-round dinner, range balls, beverages, mulligans, awards, silent auction, raffle for two U.S. Open tickets at Pinehurst No. 2.
  • March 28-30: Palmetto High School Golf Championship sponsored by Keiser University College of Golf, up to 48 teams from across the country, 54 holes at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, True Blue Golf Club and Tradition Club
  • April 15: Hootie & the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am, Barefoot Resort Dye Club, spectator tickets available through the House of Blues and Ticketmaster
  • April 29: Spring Team Classic at Wachesaw Plantation presented by MM Golf and Travel, two-player team scramble, noon shotgun start, $98 per player includes on-course contests, prizes to the top six teams and top three per flight, raffle prizes and pre-round lunch, April 5 registration deadline, contact Elwin Miles at 843-222-5974 or elwin.miles@gmail.com
  • May 9-12: Myrtle Beach Classic, PGA Tour event, $3.9 million purse, 72 holes, The Dunes Golf and Beach Club
  • May 13: The inaugural Chanticleer Classic hosted by football coach Tim Beck, Wachesaw Plantation, 11 a.m. shotgun start, four-person team scramble format, entry fee of $1000 per team or $1500 per threesome to play with a CCU football assistant coach includes on-course food and drinks, awards ceremony and dinner at Kimbels following golf. Proceeds benefit the Coastal Sports Collective to help CCU student-athletes garner name, image and likeness opportunities. Sponsors and donors sought. Email coastalsportscollective@gmail.com.
  • May 14: MM Golf & Travel Team Classic, Tidewater Golf Club, two-player teams scramble format, 7:30 a.m. start, $99 per player includes lunch, on-course contests, prizes for flight finishes of first, second and third, May 10 registration deadline
  • May 20-22: GolfBuddy Veterans Classic, 54-hole two-person team event, teams must include a veteran, multiple courses
  • May 25-27: Barefoot Memorial Day Bash, a Heart of a Lion Amateur Tour event, Barefoot Resort Love Course, three days, 54 holes, gross stroke play format, five divisions, side games available, entry fee for tour members $499, non-members $559, tentative entry deadline May 20, contact Dalton Mitchell at Dalton.Mitchell@friedeggamtour.com
  • May 28-June 1: National Retired Military Golf Classic, ABCD scramble, must be active or retired military, seven courses
  • 2023
  • April 6-8: Palmetto High School Golf Championship, 54-hole gross score national high school tournament, multiple courses
  • April 10: Monday After the Masters, celebrity charity event, Barefoot Resort Dye Club
  • April 12: Lit Night Golf, nine-hole scramble at night, multiple cash game skills challenges, www.litnightgolf.com, 704-448-9993, Beachwood Golf Club
  • April 26: Lit Night Golf, nine-hole scramble at night, multiple cash game skills challenges, www.litnightgolf.com, 704-448-9993, Beachwood Golf Club
  • April 29: Twin Peaks Charity Golf Classic, benefiting Folds of Honor Foundation, scott.seupromotions@gmail.com, 704-999-7020, Azalea Sands Golf Club
  • May 10: Lit Night Golf, nine-hole scramble at night, multiple cash game skills challenges, www.litnightgolf.com, 704-448-9993, Beachwood Golf Club
  • May 22-24: GolfBuddy Veterans Classic, 54-hole two-person team event, teams must include a veteran, multiple courses
  • May 30-June 3: National Retired Military Golf Classic, ABCD scramble, must be active or retired military, seven courses
  • June 10: Inaugural Dustin Foxworth Memorial Golf Tournament, three-player team captain’s choice, $225 per team, optional $20 mulligan package, 9 a.m. shotgun start, Wedgefield Country Club, 843-546-8587
  • June 12-14: Golf Trek Challenge, two-person, 54-hole team competition, several north Strand courses
  • June 24: Third annual Caddies for a Cause Tournament, four-person team captain’s choice, 2 p.m. shotgun start, at least one Caddy Girl per team, on-course food, unlimited beverages, swag bag, contests, prizes, at least 10 vendors, Legends Golf Resort. Benefits FAM Foundation (Females Aiding through Mentorship) and Project Genesis in Guatemala
  • June 24: Third annual Frank Garrick Charity Golf Scramble to benefit the Palmetto Literacy Council, whose mission is to provide free tutoring for children and adults in reading and math. Entry fee of $100 includes cash prizes for top teams & skills contests, raffle, 50/50, mulligans option, breakfast, pulled pork lunch, 8:30 a.m. shotgun start, captain’s choice scramble, Burning Ridge Golf Club. Visit registration site or contact Dodi Hodges at dodi@palmettoliteracy.org or 843-685-5863
  • July 1: Father’s Cup Overflow Ministries 2023 Golf Invitational, four-player captain’s choice format, 8:30 a.m. shotgun start, $70 entry fee includes goody bag, refreshments and prizes, Crown Park Golf Club. info@fatherscupoverflow.net, 843-399-1798-o, 843-907-4357-c
  • July 6: Cookout & Shootout Summer Series, nine-hole four-person team captain’s choice scramble format, dinner following, live music, raffle, prizes, $40 plus tax, International World Tour Golf Links, call 843-236-2000 or email worldtourevents@foundersgolf.com
  • July 6: Twilight Golf Association Thursday Night League, Legends Golf Resort, nine-hole individual and four-player team stroke play scoring, all skill levels, register online at www.TwilightGolfAssociation.com or email play@twilightgolfassociation.com
  • July 8-9: Second annual Carolinas Match Play Championship, two-person better ball, 45 holes, sponsored by Under Armour, 8 a.m. shotgun starts, $500 per team includes food and $100 in Under Armor gear of choice, nine flight winners advance to shootout, $3,500 winner’s purse, Prestwick Country Club, email underarmourkennfrancis@gmail.com
  • July 11-13: 72nd South Carolina Open, Carolinas PGA major championship, Grande Dunes Members Club
  • July 15: Gene’s Dream Foundation fundraiser, The Aero Club Short Course, team event to benefit junior golf in SC
  • July 15: Amateur Players Tour Myrtle Beach Chapter, 7:30 a.m., Grande Dunes Resort Course
  • July 17: Battle of the Bars 6th annual Charity Classic, benefiting Backpack Buddies, scott.seupromotions@gmail.com, 704-999-7020, Arrowhead Country Club
  • July 20-22: Family Golf Week includes Father & Son Team Classic, Parent & Child Team Classic 54-hole two-person team events, multiple courses
  • July 22: Fourth annual Socastee High band charity event, Arrowhead Country Club, four-person team captain’s choice, $90 per player includes lunch, shirt, prizes, and raffle, 50/50 and mulligan opportunities, contact Heather Wilson at 843-353-7122
  • July 29-30: Amateur Players Tour Myrtle Beach Chapter, Skoni Footwear Beach Bash, 9 a.m., Arrowhead Country Club
  • Aug. 3: Cookout & Shootout Summer Series, nine-hole four-person team captain’s choice scramble format, 5 p.m. tee off, post-round dinner, raffle, prizes, $40 plus tax, International World Tour Golf Links, call 843-236-2000 or email worldtourevents@foundersgolf.com
  • Aug. 3: Twilight Golf Association Thursday Night League, Legends Golf Resort, nine-hole individual and four-player team stroke play scoring, all skill levels, $49 league entry, $27 each round, tee times 5-6 p.m., register online at www.TwilightGolfAssociation.com or email play@twilightgolfassociation.com
  • Aug 5: Amateur Players Tour Myrtle Beach Chapter, TPC Challenge, 8:30 a.m., TPC Myrtle Beach
  • Aug. 19: Amateur Players Tour Myrtle Beach Chapter, 2023 Arnie’s Classic, 8:30 a.m., Myrtle Beach National King’s North Course
  • Aug. 20: Charity Golf Tournament Presented by Bob Mills Mitsubishi to benefit Help 4 Kids and Backpack Buddies, Legends Golf Resort Heathland Course, four-person team scramble, $400 per team, 2 p.m. shotgun start, limit 2 mulligans at $10 per player, prizes include $1,000, $500 and $250 for top three, skills contests, raffle, lunch included, email HR@millsmanagement.com
  • Aug. 21: Brotherhood For The Fallen South Carolina Tournament, 2 p.m. shotgun start, entry fee of $175 includes post-tournament dinner, raffles, skills contests; silent auction, benefits the families and communities of fallen officers, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, contact Joe Starkey at 419-575-7984 or Mike Falvo at 310-293-9169
  • Aug. 22: Folds of Honor Charity Scramble, four-person team scramble, 1:30 p.m. split tee start, entry between $30-$50 depending on resort members, Players Club, Royalty Club or guests, includes hot dog and prizes, Legends Resort Heathland Course, call 843-236-5181
  • Myrtle Beach Fire Department annual Rhonda Brown Charity Tournament, 10 a.m.-1 p.m, at Topgolf, registration begins at 9 a.m., proceeds support local cancer charities
  • Aug. 28-Sept. 1: Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship, 72/90-hole individual handicapped stroke-play event, approximately 50 courses
  • Sept. 2-3: Amateur Players Tour Myrtle Beach Chapter, Labor Day Regional, 8 a.m., International World Tour Golf Links & Grande Dunes Resort Course
  • Sept. 9: Amateur Players Tour Myrtle Beach Chapter, Tour Championship, 8:30 a.m., Willbrook Plantation
  • Sept. 22-24: Amateur Players Tour Myrtle Beach Chapter, North American Championship, 8 a.m., TPC Myrtle Beach & TBA
  • Sept. 25-29: The G2 Golf SentryWorld Showdown in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, hosted by the G2 Golf School of Meadowlands Golf Club. 15 five-player womens-only teams (1 pro, 4 amateurs), two better balls of 5 (1 net/1 gross) format, captain’s incentives. Contact: 856-371-2673 or mgajderowicz@theg2golfgroup.comTBA fall 2023: Social Scramble, social media influencers tournament, multiple courses
  • Sept. 30: Carvers Bay High student athletes fundraiser, four-person team event, entry fee of $100 per player includes lunch, door prizes, raffle, contests including $2,500 putt contest, 9:30 a.m. shotgun start, Wedgefield Country Club, email cbhsgolftournament@gmail.com
  • Oct. 14: Help4Kids Golf Tournament, Azalea Sands Golf Club, four-person team scramble, 11 a.m. registration and Bloody Mary bar, 12:30 p.m. shotgun start, 5 p.m. awards ceremony, skills contests, $40 mulligan package, $500 per team, benefits Backpack Buddie
  • Oct. 21-23: Myrtle Beach Celebrity Am & Concert, operated by SEU Promotions, Grande Dunes Members Club, benefiting Folds of Honor, three players paired with a celebrity, skills contests with major prizes, gift bag valued at $250, two invitations to welcome reception at Bar Louie, two tickets to John Waite show at House of Blues and VIP reception, lunch and Italian buffet after play
  • Oct. 28: Current Transitions Annual Charity Tournament, four-person team captain’s choice format, 8:30 am shotgun start, $90 per player includes light breakfast, lunch, prizes, skills contests, raffles, goodie bag, benefits Current Transitions, Valley at Eastport Golf Club, contact Stan Hager 681-215-6555
  • Nov 4-5: Inaugural Fried Egg Amateur Tour Myrtle Beach Tournament, Legends Resort, breakfast and lunch provided, optional entry into prize pool, skills contests and skins, 72-player field will potentially have $5,400 prize pool, contact Dalton Mitchell (913) 707-9368 or Dalton.Mitchell@friedeggamtour.com
  • Nov. 11: 14th annual Tee-Off For Veterans hosted by Monarch Roofing, Arrowhead Country Club, four-person team captain’s choice, 8:15 a.m. opening ceremony, 8:30 a.m. shotgun start, $125 entry fee includes mini breakfast, catered lunch, raffle, silent auction, skills contests and prizes, benefits local veterans causes
  • Nov. 12-16: Short Par 4 Fall Classic, 72 holes, multiple formats, multiple courses, call 843-503-9475 for more information
  • Nov. 14: Angel Bar Charity Tournament, operated by SEU Promotions, Blackmoor Golf Club
  • Nov. 18: The Dream Challenge, benefits Gene’s Dream Foundation supporting junior golf, four-person handicapped scramble, $1,000 per foursome includes lunch, swag bag with $400 value that includes Puma shoes and Bridgestone balls, Shaftesbury Golf & Fish Club, opportunity to qualify for Applied Underwriters Invitational national championship May 1-5 at Big Cedar Lodge in Missouri, visit www.genesdream.com
  • Nov. 19: 7th annual GriffStrong Foundation Tournament, assisting those with cancer medical bills, $85 per player includes range balls, swag bag, continental breakfast, lunch, hot dogs at turn, drinks, skills contests, prizes, tee times 8-10 a.m., Shaftesbury Glen Golf & Fish Club, contact Tom Griffin at 843-465-3066 or tommy36_1999@yahoo.com or Shaftesbury at 843-369-1800 to register
  • Nov. 23-25: 55th George Holliday Memorial Junior, 54 holes stroke play, ages 18 and under, $185 entry fee, Myrtle Beach National Golf Club’s three courses
  • Nov. 24: Black Friday Night Glow Vibe Golf tournament, Beachwood Golf Club, 6 p.m. start, four-person nine-hole scramble with two teams per hole, $55 per player, $4 themed drink specials, F&B available 5-10, p.m. Register online or call Beachwood at 843-272-6168
  • Nov. 27: Fifth annual Waterway House Sports & Spirits tournament to benefit SOS Care and Autism Awareness, Grande Dunes Resort Course, 11 a.m. shotgun start, includes mulligan package, skills contests, Under Armour gift, breakfast & Bloody Mary bar, on-course lunch, post-tournament dinner & open bar with live music & raffle at The Waterway House, contact Tim Monaco 843-424-8453
  • Nov. 30: Battle of the Bars South, four-person team captain’s choice scramble, Blackmoor Golf Club, 9 a.m. shotgun start, operated by SEU Promotions, benefiting Help 4 Kids and Backpack Buddies, entry fee of $500 per team includes welcome gifts, morning Bloody Mary bar, awards ceremony & banquet
  • Dec. 4: The 2100 Tournament for Friendship Place, DeBordieu Club, four-person team scramble with challenges each hole including persimmon wood tee shot, putting with a junior putter, a left-handed shot, selecting the worst drive, playing irons only, etc. $175 per player includes range balls, on-course beverages, breakfast, lunch, skills contests, and mulligans. Friendship Place feeds the hungry in Georgetown County. Register online or contact Shawn Roper at 843-450-8273 or shawn.roper@peacesir.com
  • Dec. 9: Carolina Forest HS All-Sports Booster Club Annual Golf Tournament, Myrtle Beach National West Course, captain’s choice scramble format, $75 per person, raffle, goodie bag, 8:15 a.m. putting contest, 9 a.m. shotgun start, breakfast sandwich, lunch, soft beverages, mulligan package available, contact keith23barker@gmail.com or call 843-997-2323
  • Dec. 9-10: 99th Charles Tilghman Junior Championship, Carolina PGA operated junior tournament, 36 holes stroke play, registration Aug. 1-Nov. 7, Surf Golf and Beach Club
  • Dec. 16: The DollHouse Charity Golf Classic 2023, Azalea Sands Golf Club, $500 per team, $150 per single, optional $40 mulligan package, call Jenny at 843-272-7379 to register
  • Dec. 31: New Year’s Eve Night Glow Vibe Golf tournament, Beachwood Golf Club, 10 p.m. start, four-person nine-hole scramble with two teams per hole, $75 per player includes small champagne bottles, fireworks and other New Year’s Eve items, $4 themed drink specials, call Beachwood at 843-272-6168

DO YOU HAVE AN UPCOMING GOLF TOURNAMENT: Email alan@onthegreenmagazine.com to have your event added to our list.

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