South Carolina Vacation: Topgolf and Dining Out
We spent the morning and early afternoon of Tuesday, February 28, with our friends Neil and Marge.
We played 2 hours (10:00 am-12:00 pm) at Topgolf Myrtle Beach and then went to lunch at Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen.
It was the first time any of us had played at Topgolf. Bob, Neil and Marge had experience playing on a golf course. I had not played golf before. A bay host helped set up our game and create profiles for each player. We chose Topgolf Practice, which was similar to golfing at a driving range. In this beginners game, players score points by hitting golf balls into any target. The more accurate your shot and the farther the distance, the more points you earn. Using Topgolf’s complimentary clubs, we took aim at the giant outfield targets and the high-tech balls scored themselves. I created a short video of the four of us hitting a golf ball into “the green”.
At the end of our golf game, a scoreboard displayed our individual scores.
We chose the golf day well. Tuesday was a 1/2 price day. Our golf bay rental cost $30 for 2 hours. Topgolf was a great new experience for all four of us!
After Topgolf, we had a delicious lunch at Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen. Both Topgolf and Paula Deen’s were located at Broadway at the Beach complex. This was the menu at Paula Deen’s.
We chose “The Savannah” Family Style Dining selection. The three down home dishes we chose were: Best Ever Southern Fried Chicken, Georgia Fried Catfish and Jambalaya. We chose Green Beans, Creamed Potatoes, Fresh Candied Yams and Baked Macaroni and Cheese for our sides. For dessert Marge and I chose Peach Cobbler; Neil and Bob chose Ooey Gooey Butter Cake. Lunch was delicious.
After lunch we returned to our our Airbnb rental. Neil and Marge hopped into their car and drove the short distance to their condo. It was a very nice day spent with friends.