Saturday, May 15, 2010

Guess What Has a New Name?


LEGENDS GOLF & RESORT SELECTS NEW NAME FOR CLUBHOUSE RESTAURANT

Contest Determines New Facility Name From More Than 50 Entries

May 11, 2010, Myrtle Beach, S.C. — Legends Golf & Resort in Myrtle Beach has announced the winners of a recent contest to rename one of its two restaurants. More than 50 people participated in the contest and the new restaurant will be called, “Highlanders Double Eagle Tavern.” The final naming was determined by combining several entries. The old name was simply the Clubhouse Restaurant.

“We felt like it was time for our largest dining area to have an official name representative of the Legends Golf & Resort experience,” said Larry Woodbury, general manager of Legends Golf & Resort. “The new name coincides with a new menu we are about to unveil which will include some familiar favorites and some new items.”

The winning name was a collaborative effort between Bob and Pat McNeill, and Bob and Andrea Martin from Myrtle Beach, Barry and Mary DeHaven from Columbia, Md., and Paul and Julia McRoberts from Middleboro, Mass. Each will receive a prize yet to be determined by Legends Golf & Resort.

The new menu at Highlanders Double Eagle Tavern is expected to be unveiled this summer and will include hot sandwiches, pizza, an array of appetizers and a full service bar. The signature item will be a corned beef reuben sandwich.

Presently, Highlanders Double Eagle Tavern offers a daily happy hour from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. which includes specials on appetizers and reduced pricing on selected beverages.

For more information about Legends Golf & Resort, call 800-990-8991, or visit Legends Golf & Resort , or on Facebook at Legends Golf & Resort on Facebook

About Legends Golf & Resort

Legends offers five of the best golf courses available in the Myrtle Beach area and the state of South Carolina. Centrally located off Highway 501 in Myrtle Beach, the Heathland, Moorland and Parkland courses are nestled within the Scottish-inspired Legends Golf & Resort. Legends' Oyster Bay course is on the northern end of Myrtle Beach's Grand Strand in Sunset Beach, N.C., while Legends' Heritage Club is on the southern end in Pawleys Island, S.C. The five Legends courses are operated by Century Golf Partners of Dallas, Texas, through its management vehicle, Arnold Palmer Golf Management. More information about Legends Golf & Resort is available online at Legends Golf & Resort or by calling 1-800-990-8991

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