What kind of food do y’all like. There are definitely some good greasy spoon options. Spartanburg is about 25 minutes away from me.
We enjoy some good “bar food/atmosphere” and also just good food - good not necessarily meaning “fancy”. BBQ, pizza, good burgers, interesting salad options, lol. We will have been setting up warehouse space all day every day all week so we will be hungry (and thirsty lol).
Pretty much all Spartanburg here. Happy to have you in SC!
Food: Ike’s Korner Grill (get there before 11:30 for lunch), Wade’s, Bubba’s BBQ & Bash, Nu-Way (dive with great burgers according to my Spartanburg friends)
If you like craft beer, https://www.visitspartanburg.com/inside-spartanburgs-craft-beer-scene/
Iron Yard and Growler house for beer. Lime Leaf(Thai) for food. I think all three are in downtown Spartanburg.
RJ Rockers for beer and you can at their restaurant next door, The Silo (good burgers).
Holliday Brewing is newer up in Spartanburg, haven’t been there yet.
New Groove is in Boiling Springs and has some great beers.
An FYI for our neighbors to the east…
Ah, I had been looking for the SC thread.
I’m down near Aiken. My preferred courses to play are wherever my pro friends get us on for free
For a dirt-cheap, boozy, fun round, I like making the drive over to Williston Country Club. Super cheap nine-holer with some interesting shots, and a gas station very close by has the best damn fried chicken I’ve ever had.
@tigergolftraveler how is Holly Tree after all the rain last week? I heard y’all got hammered pretty hard. We walked 18 at So Oaks this AM and it’s wet but playable.
Lots of debris, some serious bridge damage but course is ok overall. Need a solid few weeks of no rain but looks like we’re still getting plenty the next couple weeks.
This is good to hear. Everything you can see from Hwy 14 was pretty much flooded last week.
I’m just glad it wasn’t purchased to be developed lol.
Outside of the Sea Pines courses (HTGL, Heron Point and Atlantic)—the other high end courses are all private . Do you have a golf pro who can make some calls for you? I’d rate Long Cove, Colleton River, Belfair, Moss Creek, Berkeley Hall and Haig Point as the best private clubs while Hilton Head National (been a while), Palmetto Hall, Oyster Reef, Bear Creek, Indigo Run (two courses–both Club Corp i believe), Palmetto Dunes as the best public courses. Palmetto Bluff is in its own elite resort category.
What are the chances this is a city park 10 years from now?
Hey Everyone. Tentatively save the date. May 30th. Refugee meet up at Aiken Golf Club. I should have some finalized details end of this week to get a more formal RSVP put together. One things for certain a lot of golf will be played and fun had.
Hoping I can keep that date clear, because that’s in my neck of the woods. That would be a great time
Oh damn. I’d make the drive up from Chucktown for that action.
That will be fun. I’m in.