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Colonial Charters logo 125Chris Jones, Head Golf Professional, and Debbie Metzger, Food and Beverage Manager,  join host Shan Coughlin for this edition of Tee It UP Grand Strand ( TIUGS ) for the Colonial Charter Golf Club February Update.  We are so excited to have Debbie in on this interview because Colonial Charters has long been know by locals and tourists alike, as the “Locals Place” and she is the one responsible for that great atmosphere of relaxation and fun in the restaurant and on the new patio.  She has created specials, theme nights, and new menu items you are sure to enjoy.  Both the golf shop staff and Debbie’s staff are working hard to maintain that “Where the locals go” designation.  Debbie and Chris share what they have been adding including the special events at the club which are open to everyone.  With last year’s renovation to the club house including the large “U” shaped bar and the fantastic patio with fire pit, sofas and chairs, it really is the place to be after a day on the course, a day at work or after being in the house too long.

Debbie has really brought some relaxing fun to Colonial Charters including dinner night, Bingo night, Thirsty Thursdays with $1.25 taps, Wing Wednesday and more.  Their signature sandwich is their Club followed closely by the chicken wrap.  She has moved this Breakfast and Lunch snack bar into a true locals hangout whether you are local for a day or local for life, you are a local at Colonial Charters.

colonial charters 2The facility is located in Longs South Carolina on Hwy 9, the first exit off Hwy 31 as you leave the beach less than 10 minutes from North Myrtle Beach.  The course itself is very player friendly for all levels from Juniors to Seniors, scratch to high handicappers.  You could shoot your best score at Colonial Charters or you could have a challenge on your hands.  As Chris says, you shouldn’t go out with a plan, but just play the course as it unfolds before you and those Bermuda greens are always rolling true.  With new ownership, updates are beginning as well so if you haven’t been there in a while, or haven’t been there at all, it is worth the 10 minute drive up to Longs.  For more information, go to their website by clicking their banner on the right or visiting their Feature Page under the Destinations tab above.

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