Hurricane Matthew Update
Hurricane Matthew blew through the Grand Strand on October 8, 2016 with a powerful punch. All eyes were watching the storm as it slowly made it’s way up the Florida coast, Georgia coast and finally the South Carolina coast with uncertainty of where the eye of the storm would land. The center of Matthew didn’t make landfall in Myrtle Beach directly, but the affects were almost as bad. With more than 5 inches of rain and wind gusts up to 75 mph it was no wonder that so many trees were down and many homes and businesses were without power for days.
Luckily, the clean up for The Glens Golf Group wasn’t too extensive. Downed trees, branches and debris were hauled away and the power was back on at the Glens courses after 24 hours. Golfers were ready to get back on the course!
The good news is after the storm comes the sun and the weather has been gorgeous in Myrtle Beach! It’s been 70 to 80 degrees during the day and in the 60’s at night. The forecasters had it right – fall weather in Myrtle Beach will be warmer than average this year. Perfect for golf!
There’s still plenty of time to make your fall golf tee times with The Glens. Take advantage of this weather and of The Glens Golf Group’s affordable fall golf rates before they’re gone!
Posted on October 20, 2016