, 2022-12-15 19:48:00,
Morning, everybody. Happy Friday! It’s me, Karena Garrity, your host of the Myrtle Beach Daily — here to impart all the most important things happening in town these days. Including updates on:
- New disc golf course!
- Assurance that the power grid in the area is safe!
- Beach Festival for the holidays! Hope to see you there!
But first, today’s weather:
Sunshine. High: 60 Low: 42.
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Here are the top five stories in Myrtle Beach today:
- Disc golf enthusiasts take note, the newest disc golf course in Myrtle Beach is officially open. According to wpde.com, “Swashbuckler Disc Golf Course is six and a half acres with 18 holes in Withers Swash Park at 314 Withers Swash Drive. City officials said the $30,000 project began in September and is considered a “short course” so that it is more friendly to all levels of disc golf players. However, tree and water obstacles also give more advanced players the challenges they are looking for. The city thanked the Myrtle Beach Disc Golf Club for their course design work and course signage donation. The Swashbuckler and Splinter City Disc Golf Courses are free to play with free parking. No reservations are required. (wpde.com)
- Capt. Tim Rainbolt, Horry County’s new wildfire coordinator is no stranger to the Grand Strand. According to WBTV, “[He] has been with Horry County Fire Rescue for more than 10 years, having served as the part-time coordinator before being appointed to the job full-time in September. He’s excited about the…
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