Myrtle Beach Bachelor Party Destination

With golf, beaches and bikini girls, Myrtle Beach has all the ingredients for a great bachelor party. This popular vacation destination on the Atlantic coast of South Carolina has more than 90 golf courses along its sun-drenched shores and a strip of oceanfront boardwalk that offers exquisite dining spots, arcade games, shops, and an amusement park. The area also has plenty of bars, clubs and restaurants to keep the groom-to-be busy with quality bro-time that he’ll love.

The nightlife in Myrtle Beach is very much like the Myrtle Beach bachelor party – lots of people, drinks and music. If you’re looking for a place to dance with the crowds, head to Broadway at the Beach or Barefoot Landing. Both of these large complexes have multiple bars/dance clubs and restaurants including Blarney Stone’s, Louie’s, Boca, Crocodile Rocks and House of Blues. If you want a more low-key experience, check out Marsh Walk in Murrells Inlet for live music at bars that are right on the water.

Another great option for Myrtle Beach nightlife is the Hard Rock Cafe. This international chain features rock n’ roll memorabilia, a restaurant and private event spaces. You can even take a selfie in front of the famous guitar that’s in the background of their iconic logo.

During the day, it’s a good idea to hit up some of the top-rated golf courses in the area. The Dunes Club, Tidewater, Pawley’s Plantation and the four courses at Barefoot are among the best. Several golf packages are available to save money on both accommodations and green fees. It’s important to plan ahead because golf courses in Myrtle Beach fill up quickly during the summer.

The beaches are also a draw during Myrtle Beach’s peak season from June through August. The spring months from March through May are also a great time to visit, but be prepared for larger crowds. During the off-season, bachelor parties can enjoy Myrtle Beach with fewer people and avoid higher rates for both hotels and golf courses.

When it comes to choosing accommodations, many groups will opt for a 2 or 3 bedroom golf villa in Myrtle Beach that will accommodate everyone comfortably. Then they’ll book a golf package so they can all play together. Depending on the time of year, golf course prices will range from $35 to $200 per round so it’s important to pick courses that fit your group’s abilities. You can also save money on both accommodations and golf by booking a golf package that includes both at the same time. This will save you money and time because it’s a lot easier to get tee times for a whole group of guys than it is for just one guy.