Club 17 Coming to Myrtle Beach Classic

by | Feb 11, 2024 | Business

“Club 17” will be a new option for fans wanting a VIP experience at the upcoming Myrtle Beach Classic PGA Tour event this May. Located directly behind the 17th tee, this shared hospitality venue offers an exclusive dining, golf, and entertainment setting. With access to an elevated outdoor seating deck, Club 17 will provide an elevated view of the 11th, 16th, 17th, and 18th holes, including an open bar and food.

“After seeing the popularity of our Club 18 shared hospitality venue behind the 18th green, we decided to create an additional all-inclusive VIP hospitality opportunity on the 17th hole for fans to enjoy,” said Darren Nelson, tournament director.

The Myrtle Beach Classic is scheduled from May 6-12 at The Dunes Golf and Beach Club. It will be the first PGA Tour event in the Myrtle Beach area. However, The Dunes Club hosted the season-ending 1999 Charles Schwab Cup Championship on PGA Tour Champions some 25 years ago.
 The Myrtle Beach Classic is a newly formed dual-field tournament and is one of 36 events on the FedEx Cup regular season schedule for 2024.

Limited Clubhouse tickets and Club 18 hospitality tickets are available, and general admission tickets remain on sale. To purchase tickets, including those for Club 17, go to

There are also several opportunities for teams in the Monday and Wednesday Pro-Am competitions the week of the event. For hospitality and pro-am opportunities, contact Travis Galowski, sales director, at

More than 1,500 volunteers registered on the first-day registration was open to the public, and those volunteers will provide support for more than 40 different committees leading up to and during tournament week.

Photo Courtesy of The Dunes Golf and Beach Club


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