Since our inception you could only become a member if you purchased real estate in designated developments within the community. Well, times have changed. For a limited time you have access to become a member at one of the finest golf resorts in the country. Now through May 31, 2012 you can become a member of Barefoot Resort & Golf by joining the “Fab Four Club,” regardless of where you live. Finding four courses of this caliber in one location is hard to find and offered only by a select few resorts across the entire country.Read More
North Myrtle Beach becomes another city across the country converting to no-smoking bans. The city of North Myrtle Beach passed the new no-smoking ordinance which went into effect on March 7th, 2011. Below you will find what smokers and business owners need to know to about the newly instated “Smoking in Public Places” rule.
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The day has finally arrived. As of yesterday all outlets selling general admission tickets are now sold out. For now the seventh consecutive year in a row, a sellout crowd of 6,000 fans will enjoy a fun filled day at the Hootie and the Blowfish 18th Annual Monday After the Masters Celebrity Golf Tournament. The event is scheduled to take place April 8th and 9th at the Dye Club at Barefoot Resort & Golf. This marks the10th year in a row the Dye Club has hosted the event. Some professional notables that have scheduled to attend are: 2012 Ryder Cup Captain and Barefoot course designer Davis Love III, LPGA star Annika Sorenstam, Jim Furyk, hometown hero’s, Dustin Johnson and Kristy McPherson. Some celebrity notables scheduled to attend are: Caddie Mike “Fluff” Cowan, musician Javier Colon, wrestler Ric Flair, NASCAR star Kyle Petty, football player Tyler Thigpen and many more!Read More
Myrtle Beach based airline Direct Air announced Tuesday that it has suspended all flights until May 15th. “The decision was made to address operational matters. We are currently evaluating strategic alternatives for Direct Air…Direct Air is committed to our passengers, employees, and the communities we serve.” according to a statement posted Tuesday on the company’s website, Direct Air. This statement was issued a day after all flights were halted because of unpaid fuel bills. Two of the carriers that fly planes for Direct Air filed notices with the U.S. Department of Transportation that they would stop all Direct Air flights because bills haven’t been paid, DOT spokesman Bill Mosley said. “They said they notified the operator, Direct Air, that they would cancel all future flights effective immediately…They cited non-payment.” Mosley said. Direct Air marketing officer Ed Warneck blamed the suspended flights on skyrocketing fuel costs. “Direct Air missed a fuel bill, which led to not being able to fuel up the planes.” Warneck said. He said “It’s temporary,” he said of the suspended flights. “We will have this fixed.”Read More