International World Tour Golf Links is the third course on the Grand Strand and second course managed by Founders Group International to offer GolfBoards.
The course had eight GolfBoards delivered Friday and some were in use over the weekend and Monday.
A GolfBoard is a fun alternative to a golf cart for individual players. It resembles a hybrid of a skateboard, surfboard and snowboard. Clubs go on the front of the battery-powered, four-wheel drive GolfBoard, which has a stabilizing handlebar and thumb accelerator button. A user steers the board by shifting weight.
FGI introduced GolfBoards to TPC Myrtle Beach in April, and True Blue Golf Club was the first Strand facility to offer them, beginning last November. The TPC and True Blue have four apiece.
World Tour is charging $20 plus tax in addition to its combined green/cart fee to use a GolfBoard.
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