Health & Fitness in Myrtle Beach

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Since Dr. Stanley Pearle opened the doors to the first Pearle Vision in 1961, the franchise has expanded to more than 800 stores nationwide. In each locally owned and operated store, optometrists assess the ocular health of patients before onsite opticians help them navigate the assortment of frames from brands such as Versace, Ray-Ban, and DKNY. Pearle Vision also helps focus the world with contacts with a variety of brands to choose from.

350 Seaboard St
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Brad Redding invokes more than 20 years of PGA-instructing experience to guide golfers of every skill set, from novice players to Gary Players. Groups of 10 to 12 can immerse themselves in Redding's teachings, trademarked as The Plane Truth, and enjoy unlimited range balls after each session. Clinics are held on Tuesdays at 5 p.m. and Saturdays at 2 p.m., in the first three weeks of every month, excluding January and February. Call ahead to reserve a spot.

8700 Golf Village Ln
Myrtle Beach,
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Ladies Choice Fitness Center shapes the silhouettes of determined dames via a fully rigged gym and multitude of classes exclusively for women. The gym brims with strength and cardio accoutrement for a workout that forms curves full circle. An experienced and heedful staff is on hand to answer inquiries pertaining to all skill levels, acquaint gym rats with proper equipment, and collect jellybean jar postulations. If group energy propels your iron-pumping speedboat, Ladies Choice runs a horde of diverse pound-jettisoning classes such as kickboxing, belly dance, yoga, and Zumba. Call the fitness center for exact dates and times.

601 Robert M Grissom Pkwy
Myrtle Beach,
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Whispering Pines Golf Course is set back just minutes from the beach and nestled among towering pines and mature hardwoods. From the first tee, golfers descend into the serene grounds as drives trace narrow fairways past tall stands of trees that give way to hidden rough, carefully placed lakes, and several feral golf carts that hurriedly scurry back under cover. Though the course is designed to be enjoyable for golfers of all abilities, a higher-than-average slope and handicap rating from the back tees signal a test for more-experienced players. Many holes place an added emphasis on short-game accuracy, as golfers must thread approach shots through an array of bunkers before sinking putts on undulated TifEagle Bermuda grass greens that serve as homage to the architect’s beloved bean-bag chairs. A certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, the course is flush with wildlife, from squirrels and foxes who bark out polite applause to indifferent heron, stirred only by a hole-in-one or a golf bag stuffed with anchovies.

2112 S Kings Hwy
Myrtle Beach,
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Burrowed amid the low country’s towering pines on the south end of Myrtle Beach, Heron Point Golf Club sends golfers testing their skills across 18 holes of challenging terrain. Throughout the course, players cross paths with varied obstacles and hazards. The eighth hole, for instance, appears fairly straightforward, but its fairway bunkers and elevated green actually make it the toughest track on the course. Then, on the 18th, players must contend with a fairway that has its entire left side guarded by a pond filled with frogs that have evolved to only eat golf balls. After overcoming such challenges, groups can reward themselves with a stop at Mulligan’s Bar & Grill, located inside Heron Point’s welcoming Southern-antebellum clubhouse.

6980 Blue Heron Blvd
Myrtle Beach,
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On the same strip that Myrtle Beach Zipline Adventures inhabits today, the beloved Pavilion amusement park entertained beach-going families for 58 years. A sextet of 600-foot zip lines renews this sense of excitement as riders fly downward at up to 40 miles per hour, much like an energy-drink-fueled seagull that spots an unattended sandwich. To seal the ride?s thrill for patrons young and old, flights end with a free fall from a 60-foot tower.

329 9th Avenue North
Myrtle Beach,
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