As the world’s largest golf tournament, we have almost 400 players that finish the week in the top 5 of their flights. They each receive a trophy and gift card for their performance, and one will be crowned “World Champion”. In addition, we’ll dish out over 600 dozen golf balls for on-course contests such as […]
2,000 players have registered for the 35th Anniversary of the World Am! We’re excited to host each and every one of you. From the 460 new players who are experiencing for the first time, to the 1,500+ we welcome back for more! Here’s some fun facts about the current participants: 2,000 registered by April 17th […]
Players will arrive at the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship dreaming of earning the mantle of world champ, but winning the Pairs Competition is a close second this year. Our favorite tournament within the tournament, the Pairs Competition is a two-person team event and after 72 holes of net stroke play competition, the top […]
1970! That’s how many players registered to be eligible to win HUGE prizes by participating in the 35th anniversary of the World Am. We can’t thank you enough for participating in your favorite golf tournament. This was the most registrations the event has seen year to date in over a decade! Without further adieu, check […]
The World Am now boasts NINE divisions spread among 70 flights to participate in. The best part is that each caters to a different type of golfer. We know no two golfers are alike, and we’ve got a division for you. That’s why we’ve created other opportunities to play in the World’s greatest event and […]
Myrtle Beach International, which opened a new terminal in 2013 and features the state’s lowest fares and nonstop flights from 45 destinations, most in the Palmetto State.
Raise your hand if you played high school and/or collegiate golf. Keep it raised if you are still limber, aren’t paying three college tuitions and still knock that little white ball around 30+ times a year. I thought so. Here lies the origins of the vanity handicapper, aka the reverse bagger. The beginnings of a […]