The Links Golf and Racquet Club Review
Just before it got too cold to spend time at the beach, we booked a week’s vacation in Myrtle Beach, SC the end of October. Temps were in the low 70’s for the most part so it was nice for us.
We reserved our 7 night/8 day stay through our lifetime travel club membership and paid just $398 total. This is how we can take so many vacations. We’ll tell you more about that at the bottom of this post but first let me show you around the resort.
Here’s a video created by The Links
Entrance and Checking In
We didn’t have any trouble checking in. The only thing that threw us a bit in arriving was we drove through a residential area. We were looking for The Link’s entrance off of the main road. However, the location is directly in the back of a neighborhood. While that wasn’t expected, it’s fine.
You can see the last house on the left of the picture before entering the driveway for The Links.
Resort has a “woodsy” feel. Lots of trees, almost like you’d
expect if you were camping in the mountains.
Our 2 Bedroom / 3 Bath Condo
From the Front Door Looking In
Living Room / Dining Room
Sliding Glass Doors on Either Side Of Fireplace
Downstairs Full Bath
Let’s Go Upstairs… This Way
Upstairs Laundry Closet In Hall
Bedroom – 2 Twin Beds and Private Bath
Master Bedroom and Private Bathroom
Bedroom features a balcony and the bathroom features a sky light
Balcony Off Of Master Bedroom
This is a picture facing the side of the balcony. I can’t find the picture of the woods in the back. Sorry about that.
Let’s Go Back Down Stairs
We had our 5 year old granddaughter with us and this playground was a hit! It’s huge. It’s well maintained. It’s creative with the entire side of the building painted with sea animals and things of the ocean. She loved it. It’s all she wanted to do. So guess what we did for the most part? Played on the playground.
Picnic Areas and Grills
The beach is about 2 miles from The Links. It’s an easy drive over and you can park at The Links Cabana. The cabana is nice and clean and features restrooms, showers, lockers, picnic table, and room to gather as you’re coming and going.
The Links Cabana and Beach Parking
You can park here at the cabana, change your clothes, shower up, use the restroom, whatever (use your condo house key for access) and then walk across the street on a beach path to the ocean. Very short walk.
The pictures speak for themselves. We built sandcastles, watch a ship in the distance, collected seashells, people watched and let the waves chase us. The seagulls squawked in beautiful harmony with the rhythm of the waves.
These are the homes you’ll see from the beach
Our granddaughter. We had such fun together.
The Links Golf and Racquet Club Review Summary
The resort was very quiet and comfortable. There was plenty of private space, we cooked, played games, and other than go to the beach for half a day and the boardwalk another half, we really used this time to relax and play with our little granddaughter. Thus, coloring, stories, playing games, going on walks, making ice cream sundaes, was all on the menu of “best time ever” with her.
Five year olds just want to play. We put the playground to really, really good use!
We did take a full day and go to Ripley’s aquarium which of course was perfect and a big hit.
So, you may be asking…
What About Golf?
I was expecting to see a golf course as part of this resort. However, we learned it’s not. There are several golf courses in the area and your stay includes discount on your tee times.
I thought that was odd being that the name of the resort is The Links, Golf and Racquet Club.
Having said that, I was not disappointed, just surprised.
The decor seemed a bit outdated in terms of style to me, but it was all in good repair and clean.
The staff was friendly, our condo was clean and tidy, it was quiet and we really enjoyed ourselves. We have no complaints and I would recommend it to a friend as well as vacation here again.
Steve and Granddaughter Down on the Boardwalk
Don’t Buy The Links Timeshare
Join The Travel Club Membership Instead
The Links is a timeshare property that people pay $20,000 plus for.
- They pay annual maintenance fees.
- They have date restrictions as to when they can use it.
- They are limited to how many times a year they can stay.
- They are subject to special assessments.
That’s not a deal.
What about Best Price Guarantee on Search Engines?
A one-time resort stay through search engines will cost you 50% to 90% more, even with best price guarantee.
That’s not a deal.
Our travel club always saves you at least 50%. You will find yourself taking more vacations than ever because the prices are so low, you can’t afford not to.
The Travel Club Is The Only Way To Go
If you love the idea of having a vacation home but don’t want the cost and responsibilities, you’ve got to consider our travel club.
You just bring your clothes and food and move in for the week! And just pay wholesale for the weeks you want!
These resorts are timeshare properties but this is the HIDDEN PATH to vacationing in them without all the timeshare mess!
- No timeshare purchase.
- No timeshare presentation.
- No date usage restrictions.
- Use often as you want.
- Be able to send family and friends on vacation,
- One time low lifetime membership fee
- Pay only for the weeks at the locations and for the dates you want.
- And these are wholesale weeks. $398 – $799 for 7 night/8 day stays
- Over 5,000 resorts worldwide
- Lifetime membership (100 years)
- Willable, transferable, sellable.
- Reserve your condo vacations right online
- Full “red carpet” customer service to assist you
To learn more CLICK HERE.
We hope you enjoyed seeing these pictures and learning more about the The Links.
Live, Laugh and Travel friends!
We are sunburned, windblown, have salty toes, and have beach hair (don’t care!)