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Spending quality time together as a family can be a lot of fun, especially when on vacation in Myrtle Beach. Here are some great tips to planning the best Family Reunion.
There are so many fun things to do on and around the Caribbean Resort & Villas property that it's tempting to pick the low-hanging fruit during your Myrtle Beach vacation. After all, our guests are just steps from the Atlantic Ocean and the white sand beaches of the Grand Strand, and even closer to our oceanfront pools and water park. And if you are looking for good times just outside the resort, the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Broadway at the Beach are only a short ride or walk away.
There is a new country-cooking restaurant in town, and this one features Southern culinary royalty. Paula Deen's Family Kitchen opened in June at Broadway at the Beach, bringing the Queen of Southern Cuisine to the Myrtle Beach dining scene.
Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness: Those same principles put forth in the Declaration of Independence are still on full display today in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where half a million Americans visit to celebrate the Fourth of July. With so many fun things to see and do in the Sun Fun Capital, the happiness is easy to pursue and find on Independence Day.
You definitely don't have to live on pizza alone in Myrtle Beach, where you can have virtually any style of food you want delivered to your hotel. Here are a few of the favorite places for food delivery among guests at The Caribbean Resort & Villas.
At the Caribbean Resort & Villas on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, we want our guests to have a fun and safe summer vacation experience. That means taking part in all the seaside, summertime activities while also following the local beach laws.
Image an awesome beach party that lasts for three months. Now imagine that there's no need to imagine it, because that's exactly the kind of summer-long seaside shindig thrown every year in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, especially in 2017.
One of the biggest benefits of a family getaway at The Caribbean Resort & Villas in Myrtle Beach is affordability. Your family vacation budget can go a long way on the Grand Strand because many of the top things to do and see are free.
Myrtle Beach locals and longtime visitors know the best amusement ride in town is free, and one takes off every 10 seconds or so. We're talking, of course, about riding the waves of the Atlantic Ocean via the popular pastime of surfing.
You could spend an entire summer in Myrtle Beach and still not run out of fun things to do, and that's especially true for guests at The Caribbean Resort & Villas. Not only does The Caribbean offer excellent oceanfront accommodations and amenities, including waterslides, indoor and outdoor pool decks, and easy beach access, but the property is also close to all the top attractions, golf courses, shopping, dining and nightlife that the Grand Strand is famous for providing visitors.
If you are looking for a fun, free and family-friendly way to spend the summer nights during your Myrtle Beach vacation, just look up. That's where you’ll see fireworks exploding overhead virtually every night of the week ... if you know when and where to go. Fortunately for guests at The Caribbean Resort & Villas, you don't have to go far to catch the fireworks shows.
Memorial Day pays tribute to America's military members who made the ultimate sacrifice to preserve our inalienable rights - life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And there's no better time and place to honor these fallen soldiers and pursue happiness than Memorial Day weekend in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina - the Sun Fun Capital and one of the most patriotic seaside resorts on the planet.
Why trek all over town for dinner and a show when you can combine both activities into one fantastic night out in the Myrtle Beach area? Featuring several dinner theaters/entertainment venues that serve great food and good times, the Grand Strand gives visitors plenty of options for enjoying a nice meal and a musical or theatrical production under the same roof. At first glance, the ticket prices might give you sticker shock, but admission to a dinner show is fairly reasonable when you consider the cost of taking the family out to a fancy restaurant followed by an evening of…
One of the best things about a Myrtle Beach vacation is going out to dinner somewhere different every night. The old rut of cooking, cleaning and repeating the same old restaurant rotation gives way to a well-deserved culinary break when you visit the Grand Strand, which has more than 1,700 restaurants for guests at The Caribbean Resort & Villas to choose from.
You’ve booked your family's Myrtle Beach vacation at The Caribbean Resort & Villas, and you’re planning the trip down to the last detail. Beach chairs? Check. Beach towels? Check. Sunscreen and sunglasses? Check, check. Beach toys and games? … Bueller? … Anyone?
The sights and sounds of spring on the Grand Strand go beyond the colorful flowers blooming and the shorebirds singing. The season also sees the appearance of several big-time musical acts and the sounds of live concerts blasting throughout the Myrtle Beach area. Guests at the Caribbean Resort & Villas can catch some great shows to go with their beach retreat.
There are a million reasons to visit Myrtle Beach and the Caribbean Resort & Villas in the spring. Now you can make that a million and one. With the success of the inaugural Myrtle Beach Highland Games and Heritage Festival last year, the second annual event has locals and visitors abuzz about the Scottish and Irish cultural celebration's return to the Grand Strand.
The weather is starting to heat up in Myrtle Beach, and with winter behind us there are so many events and festivals to look forward to in the spring time here in Myrtle Beach, SC. Check out our listings below for all of the festivals, shows and things to do this spring, held throughout the Grand Strand:
It's easy to enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of Myrtle Beach. In fact, guests at the Caribbean Resort & Villas can look out over the Atlantic Ocean, listen to the crashing waves and breathe in the salt air without even leaving the premises.
You can plan your trip to Myrtle Beach down to the smallest detail, but you can't control the weather. Even the best beach vacations can see a few clouds, but rainy days are not a problem for guests at the Caribbean Resort & Villas . In fact, they provide the perfect excuse to take advantage of the many indoor amenities the Caribbean has to offer.
You don't have to visit Myrtle Beach on St. Patrick's Day to get into the Irish spirit of the season. In fact, two of the Grand Strand's biggest St. Paddy's Day parties take place the week before and the week after the official March 17 holiday, and the Caribbean Resort & Villas puts you right in the middle of the fun.
They say time flies when you’re on vacation, and here is your chance to speed right along with it during your visit to the Grand Strand — with the NASCAR Racing Experience at Myrtle Beach Speedway. And for those who prefer to keep NASCAR racing a spectator sport, the historic racetrack is gearing up for its 60th season of grassroots racing action.
Riddle time: What’s more than 26 miles long, has as many as 10,000 legs, and continues to grow every year? Hint: It’s not the world’s largest millipede, although it is something that will make you want to run. You guessed it - the Myrtle Beach Marathon. Commemorating its 20th anniversary in 2017, the Myrtle Beach Marathon has earned a reputation as one of the most popular road races on the East Coast, with approximately 5,000 runners lacing up their sneakers each year for the main event and companion races. That’s because the fast and flat course, along with the abundance of…
The only thing better than a Myrtle Beach vacation is a Myrtle Beach vacation filled with free stuff — and The Caribbean Resort & Villas has you covered on both fronts. In addition to offering great oceanfront accommodations and amenities, like a water park, indoor/outdoor pools and on-site restaurants, The Caribbean gives its guests a little something extra just for staying with us — the Sun & Fun Rewards program — and the 2017 package is loaded with lots of freebies. Offering free tickets and discounts to more than a dozen Grand Strand attractions, Sun & Fun Rewards provides…
For more than two decades Broadway at the Beach has been at the top of the things-to-do list for Myrtle Beach vacationers, and 2017 is no different. In addition to all the usual attractions, shopping, dining and entertainment options, Broadway at the Beach is adding more venues and events to its lineup so visitors can enjoy their old favorites and try something different for a change.
The days are counting down to the start of summer and opening of the Third Annual Carolina Country Music Festival in Myrtle Beach. Now is your chance to book your trip to the June 8-11 concert at the Caribbean Resort & Villas and save up to 40 percent off your accommodations.
Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach is famous for offering a variety of entertainment, dining and shopping opportunities. But one of its best-kept secrets can be found tucked away on the waterfront side of the complex, where Salt Shaker Boat Tours gives visitors the chance to spice up their vacation experience with a mini-boat ride on the Intracoastal Waterway.
The holidays are over, and all you have to show for it are a head full of memories and a pocket full of gift cards and cash. And what better way to use the latter than to help you enjoy your next vacation in Myrtle Beach and stay at the Caribbean Resort & Villas?
Golfers are familiar with the old adage "Drive for show; putt for dough," but Myrtle Beach puts a new spin on the phrase: "Drive for show, save some dough" by booking your 2017 golf trip early and spending the spring golf season on the Grand Strand. The Caribbean Resort & Villas caters to golfers looking to break out of the wintertime blues and whip that golf swing back into shape. Here are five reasons to make your plans early for a bogey-free golf vacation:
Broadway at the Beach is celebrating its 21st birthday in fitting fashion — by adding several new bars and restaurants to its already impressive lineup. The Celebrity Square nightlife and dining district has seen major renovations over recent months, and the result is a wider selection of places to eat, drink and be merry. Located only one mile from The Caribbean Resort & Villas — via a straight shot down 29th Avenue North — Broadway at the Beach is the most popular attraction in Myrtle Beach and is easily accessible for our guests. Here's an overview of some of the new hot…
New Year's Eve is a great time to set the tone for happy days to come, and Myrtle Beach is the ideal place to celebrate the occasion. With special events, fireworks, concerts and parties scheduled throughout the 60-mile stretch of coast called the Grand Strand, visitors can ring in 2017 in true beach fashion by staying and playing at the Caribbean Resort & Villas.
There are countless reasons to visit Myrtle Beach, but some draws are bigger than others. Although the sun, surf and sand (not to mention attractions, shopping and dining) are permanent fixtures on the Grand Strand, so are several local festivals and special events that can make even the most enjoyable Myrtle Beach vacation even more memorable. Check out these events, and book your next Myrtle Beach vacation at the Caribbean Resort & Villas accordingly:
Looking to light up your holiday spirit while you are visiting the Grand Strand? Look no further than Brookgreen Gardens for the annual Nights of a Thousand Candles celebration. It's a Christmas tradition for locals and visitors alike, and the perfect opportunity for guests at the Caribbean Resort & Villas to celebrate the season in a breathtakingly beautiful setting.
The holidays are right around the corner, and so is Barefoot Landing for Caribbean Resort & Villas guests willing to make the short drive to North Myrtle Beach for seasonal festivities. Located only 10 miles north of the Caribbean, Barefoot Landing has everything you need for happy holidays on the Grand Strand, including shopping, dining, entertainment and special events. Here are a few of the highlights you can enjoy by spending part of your holiday getaway at Barefoot Landing:
Christmastime is coming to the Caribbean Resort & Villas, and so is the perfect time to book your 2017 Myrtle Beach vacation. Give your family and friends the gift of a Grand Strand getaway to keep you and your party going through the chilliest days and coldest nights of winter. Enjoy our famous hospitality, top-notch accommodations and amenities, and all the fun things there are to do and see in Myrtle Beach. Stay tuned for the Caribbean Resort's annual Cyber Sale to save even more on the best Christmas present ever. Here’s a sample of what you and your crew can look forward to at…
’Tis the season when the family pulls out its favorite family holiday music to listen to by the fire and sing along while trimming the tree. Maybe it’s an old Elvis Presley Christmas album or a Nat King Cole classic. Now imagine celebrating the season by seeing these artists and more belt out their famous Christmas tunes live on stage (well, sort of) at the Legends in Concert Theater at Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach.
Myrtle Beach is best known for the hot-weather holidays — the Memorial Day kickoff to summer, the fun and fireworks of the Fourth of July, and the last summer splash of Labor Day. But for year-round visitors who also enjoy the chillier holidays, many are discovering the magic of a winter break in Myrtle Beach to celebrate Thanksgiving, New Year's and even Christmas.
Just because you decide to spend Thanksgiving in Myrtle Beach doesn't mean you have to forgo the traditional holiday feast. Quite the contrary — as a guest at the Caribbean Resort & Villas, you can experience all the fun of a fall getaway on the Grand Strand while also enjoying a Thanksgiving feast at the beach. Here are some of our favorite local places to dine on Turkey Day:
You may know about the Grand Strand's 60-mile stretch of beautiful, white-sand beaches and lush golf courses, and you're probably familiar with Myrtle Beach's many popular attractions, including its shopping, dining and entertainment venues. But there's a side of the South Carolina coast you might not know about tucked away off the beaten path and/or unreachable from dry land.
The end of the summer season signals the start of wine season in Myrtle Beach, where several festivals are held in the early autumn all across the Grand Strand. With wine-related festivals on the schedule from as far north as Little River to as far south as Pawleys Island, the vino parties are, manageable cab rides away from the Caribbean Resort & Villas. Here's a wine list, if you will, of festivals, concerts, dinners and tastings paying tribute to the beloved fermented grape:
Many of us are hesitant to hop up on stage and belt out a tune at karaoke night. But if you are ever going to channel your inner rock star, there's no better place to go for it than while you are vacationing in Myrtle Beach where no one knows your name. Guests at the Caribbean Resort in Myrtle Beach have lots of opportunities to take over the microphone and rock the house on the Grand Strand. Here are five of our guests' favorite places to play diva for a day or nightingale for a night in the Myrtle Beach spotlight....
No one wants to spend their vacation sitting in traffic — especially in Myrtle Beach, where there are so many fun things to do and easy ways to get around town. From bicycles and golf carts to street trolleys and limos, there are plenty of alternate forms of transportation to choose from, so you can leave your vehicle in the parking garage and leave the driving to the professionals. Guests at the Caribbean Resort & Villas can take advantage of the following ways to get around the Grand Strand....
In the seven short years since its inception, the Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon has already earned a reputation in running circles for being one of the fastest and most fun-filled road races on the regional circuit. That's because, in addition to featuring a flat and fast course with an incredible ocean view, the Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon also offers all the fun and entertainment of the world-famous Grand Strand.
There's nothing like soaking up some sunshine on an autumn Saturday afternoon in Myrtle Beach, except perhaps for spending the day in a festive college football environment. Guests at the Caribbean Resort & Villas have the opportunity to enjoy both by staying at our oceanfront retreat and catching the Coastal Carolina University Chanticleers in gridiron action.
Vacationing in Myrtle Beach is fun enough while getting around on your own two feet or in your own vehicle, but the good times really start to roll when you hop aboard one of the many recreational vehicles for rent. From bicycles and scooters to golf carts and jet skis, visitors have several unique opportunities to get around the Grand Strand in a fun fashion and see the sights from a different perspective. Here are some of the Caribbean Resort & Villas guests' favorite forms of alternate transportation:
With the summer season coming to an end and the weather finally cooling down, things are just starting to heat up in Myrtle Beach. There are so many great reasons to visit The Caribbean Resort in the fall.
Labor Day marks the traditional end of the summer, and Myrtle Beach knows how to send the season out in style. In addition to all the fun attractions that make us the No. 1 family beach vacation destination in the country, the Grand Strand also rolls out a full lineup of festivals to celebrate the three-day weekend. Guests at the Caribbean Resort & Villas are right in the middle of all the action. Here's a list of some of the family-fun activities on tap for Labor Day weekend:
If you've never witnessed the wonder of a Myrtle Beach sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean, you're in for a treat. The darkness slowly fades to light as shades of orange, yellow, purple and red streak through the sky until, suddenly ... well, we won't ruin the highlight. Let's just say there's no need for a spoiler alert because the magic of watching it defies description.
Visitors have been coming to the Caribbean Resort & Villas for decades to enjoy a relaxing Myrtle Beach vacation, but now the experience can be even more carefree than ever before. Thanks to our new mobile app, which guests can download and use for free, you can have easy and instant access to time-saving shortcuts at the touch of a smartphone screen.
The beach is a great place to play a variety of sports and games, like football, volleyball, bocce and cornhole. But for some real excitement, step over to the other side of the surf line and experience the thrills of water sports in Myrtle Beach.
This just in: Mermaids are real. At least they're real in Myrtle Beach, where you can meet them and watch them perform at various locations around the Grand Strand. If your children are fascinated with these mythical creatures and would love to take home a photo of their up-close-and-personal encounter, here are five places to give them the full mermaid experience during your Myrtle Beach vacation:
If your family gatherings and friendly get-togethers are like most, it doesn't take long for the affair to turn competitive. That's why badminton nets and croquet sets are fixtures at so many family reunions, and why so many friendships are forged in horseshoe pits and on basketball courts. Friends and families make memories while seeing who can win vacation bragging rights. The spirit of friendly competition doesn't take a vacation, especially when you're visiting Myrtle Beach. Thanks to the sand, ocean and all the other great things the Caribbean Resort & Villas has to offer, some…
It's no secret that July is a great time to visit Myrtle Beach. That's why so many people choose to visit this time of year. While there's something to be said for joining the crowds on the beach — like making new friends over a game of cornhole or watching the kids join in on building a sand castle — sometimes you need an escape from the masses on your own secluded stretch of beach. They are a bit hard to come by in the peak of the season, so the price of privacy may be an admission fee to an oceanfront park or a long hike through the sand.
A vacation getaway to The Caribbean Resort & Villas in Myrtle Beach just got even more relaxing thanks to the addition of the latest in a long list of amenities — Mist, A Spa at the Caribbean Resort. Opened this summer and providing a convenient retreat where the focus is on you and your comfort, Mist brings first-class spa and salon services directly to your vacation home away from home. In a partnership with the established Coastal Holistics organization, Mist magically transforms the third floor of the tower into an oceanfront oasis of peace and tranquility.
With more than 1,700 restaurants serving millions of annual visitors to the Grand Strand, it's difficult for an upstart eatery to offer something truly unique. But The Claw House, the latest addition to the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk, has done just that by pursuing a fresh concept amid a sea of other waterfront restaurants in the Seafood Capital of South Carolina.
Myrtle Beach is famous for its fine dining, but its best-kept culinary secret may be its fine brunching. For those unfamiliar with the term, it means more than the simple merger of breakfast and lunch. Fine brunching is all about providing an upscale atmosphere and a chance for chefs to put out their best spreads. Guests at the Caribbean Resort & Villas can celebrate special occasions, like Father's Day, birthdays or just a formal family gathering, at one of these fine brunching hot spots:
For all the fun things there are to do during your Myrtle Beach vacation, the most important thing to find time for is also the easiest — nothing. Sure, you want to experience all the action-packed activities the Grand Strand has to offer, such as water parks, thrills rides and other attractions. But you also need some down time to simply relax and enjoy the moment.
Not everyone who visits Myrtle Beach brings a car — and even when they do, some visitors don’t want to do much driving. For those who stay at The Caribbean Resort, no car is no problem because there are many places and activities within walking distance. Slip on your favorite pair of shoes and check out these nearby destinations.
Myrtle Beach is a top vacation destination that attracts people from all over the world for various reasons. Those who are fortunate enough to stay at the Caribbean Resort get to enjoy the relaxing accommodations, all the water amenities and a chance to visit Broadway at the Beach. One of the Grand Strand’s top tourist attractions, Broadway at the Beach offers more and more each year. With its great location, convenient parking and wide range of outstanding activities for visitors of all ages, here are our top 10 reasons to experience Broadway at the Beach.
When the karaoke trend first hit the U.S. back in the 1990s, people said it wouldn't last. Now those same people can be found practicing in their mirrors at home to get ready for a night on stage with friends and in front of strangers. Myrtle Beach is not immune to the explosion of karaoke, and its status as a popular vacation destination may make it an even better location for the sing-along activity. Some visitors who wouldn't be caught dead singing karaoke back in their hometowns for fear that someone they know might see and hear them have much less to fear while on vacation. You…
They say too much of a good thing can be bad, and that's certainly true of the sun. While a summer vacation in Myrtle Beach is meant for enjoying fun in the sun, spending too much time in the sun without the proper protection can be dangerous to your health and your vacation experience. Here are five tips for soaking up the good times without the harmful rays during your stay with us at the Caribbean Resort & Villas.
On Memorial Day weekend, Myrtle Beach shows its true colors — red, white and blue. As the highlight to the city's monthlong Military Appreciation Days, Myrtle Beach plays host to the Memorial Day Parade and Big Family Picnic on Saturday, May 28, followed by a full weekend of festivities to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving in the U.S. military. The three-day weekend begins in traditional Memorial Day fashion, with a parade that features military vehicles and equipment, veterans and active-duty troops, and floats presented by various local businesses and…
Taking Mom to Myrtle Beach is a great way to celebrate Mother's Day — and spoiling Mom on her special day makes for an even more memorable vacation, both for her and the family. While a stay at the Caribbean Resort & Villas is a nice way to reward and say thank you to Mom, taking her out for some of these Mom-friendly treats will really put a smile on her face for Mother's Day:
Most people know the Grand Strand as the Carolina coastline's 60-mile stretch of sand. But we're also known for sports and our hometown baseball team the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, the Class A Advanced minor league franchise of the Chicago Cubs. Opening their 18th season on the Strand on April 7, the Pelicans are a favorite among locals and tourists alike. Located at Broadway at the Beach, a straight shot down 29th Avenue North and only a mile away from the Caribbean Resort & Villas, the 5,500-seat Pelicans Ballpark is home to great baseball and quality entertainment in a fun,…
Any time is a great time to stay at the Caribbean Resort & Villas in Myrtle Beach, but the approach of the Second Annual Carolina Country Music Fest in downtown Myrtle Beach provides a great reason to kick off the summer season with us. Set for June 10-12 on the former Pavilion site in the heart of the downtown district, the Carolina Country Music Fest is returning to town following a successful debut last summer. This year's event appears to be even bigger and better than ever. Featuring headlining acts like Country Music Association award-winners Tim McGraw, Keith Urban and Florida…
It seems as though the retro-cool trend has now extended all the way back to the Middle Ages, when kings and queens ruled and chivalry thrived. The popularity of hit TV shows like "Game of Thrones" and the spread of Renaissance fairs have many modern-day folks spellbound over the mystical Medieval era and longing for a simpler and more romantic time. Guests at the Caribbean Resort & Villas have the unique opportunity to take a vacation from their vacation by taking a trip back in time at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. This national chain of dinner theaters continues to entertain…
You've seen the old saying on car bumpers and trucker hats: "A bad day of fishing is better than a great day of work." Well, the same holds true for vacation, especially in Myrtle Beach. With the Atlantic Ocean, Intracoastal Waterway, and many lakes and rivers along the Carolina coast, visitors have a wide selection of choices for fun ways to spend a great day of fishing. Guests at the Caribbean Resort & Villas don't have to look very far to find some of the best fishing on the Grand Strand. With easy access to fishing piers, the beach and the Intracoastal Waterway, hooking a big one…
Myrtle Beach is a great spring break destination, if you know where to go. Unlike many of the “party beaches” where college kids go to sow their wild oats, the Grand Strand maintains its reputation as a family beach that offers spring break fun for all ages. But for those looking to have good, clean grownup fun, can find it in varying degrees of wildness at the various nightclubs and music venues in Myrtle Beach. Here are a few of our guest’s favorite places to celebrate spring break on the Grand Strand:
Myrtle Beach is a special place to spend the Easter holiday. In addition to the obvious benefits that come with a spring break trip to the Grand Strand - the beach, the sun, the golf and the fun - there are even more reasons to visit Myrtle Beach for Easter. The Grand Strand goes all out for the holiday, including traditional events like egg hunts and religious services, and some not so traditional activities like fireworks shows and breakfasts with the Easter Bunny himself. So for a fun and festive holiday, hop on down to Myrtle Beach and stay with us at the Caribbean Resort & Villas…
We like to think that the Caribbean Resort is one of the best-kept secrets when it comes to a Myrtle Beach vacation. But when it comes to best-kept secrets, we’re proud to share some of the best golf courses our guests can play during their vacation, just minutes from the resort. Taking the word from Caribbean Resort’s experienced golf managers, here’s a look at three of the courses our golf directors recommend most highly:
Springtime in Myrtle Beach is a special time of year. As the weather starts to warm and folks begin to flock back to the beach, the Grand Strand comes to life with snowbirds and spring breakers looking to escape the ice and snow at home. But it's not just the sunshine that brings the spring crowds to Myrtle Beach. Fun can also be found after the sun goes down. In fact, Myrtle Beach is almost as famous for its nightlife as its sunny days on the sea shore. From beach bars to dance clubs, and for both young and old, the Grand Strand throws a spring break party to cure those wintertime…
The word “free” gets thrown around a lot, usually followed by some small print or preceded by the phrase “buy one, get one.” Not so at the Caribbean Resort & Villas on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, where our Sun & Fun Rewards program means what it says about free. In addition to all the great accommodations, amenities, location and hospitality that come with staying at the Caribbean, our guests are also greeted with a Sun & Fun Rewards packet upon checking in to the resort. Inside you will find free tickets to some of the Grand Strand’s most popular attractions to give your…
In 2004, Sports Illustrated named Myrtle Beach the Sports Capital of South Carolina, and not just because the magazine was founded at our famed Pine Lakes International Country Club 50 years earlier. The foremost authority in American sports knew what millions of visitors have discovered: Myrtle Beach is a great vacation destination as well as a hot spot for sports. With more than 80 golf courses located within a 60-mile radius of the Grand Strand, and with a 60-mile stretch of white-sand beaches and beautiful Atlantic Ocean in our back yard, the Myrtle Beach area is well known for…