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Myrtle Beach #5 of Top Ten American Beaches -Travel Channel April 2003

1. Coronado Beach, Calif. 2. Hermosa Beach, Calif.
3. Island of St. John, USVI 4. Moshup Beach, Mass.
6. Poipu Beach, Hawaii 7. Shi Shi Beach, Wash.
8. Siesta Key, Fla. 9. South Beach, Fla.
10. Wailea Beach, Hawaii

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The Myrtle Beach area, also known as South Carolina's Grand Strand, is considered one of the nation's top vacation destinations with over 20 million visitors a year. The increasing number of entertainment attractions, live music theaters, shopping centers, outlet malls and golf courses attracts visitors throughout the year.

Myrtle Beach has been ranked the number one favorite beach destination by tour operators across the nation and by BYWAYS magazine.

American Demographics ranked Myrtle Beach the second fastest growing metro area in both projected annual population growth and projected employment growth from 1995-2005.

Myrtle Beach is listed as one of America's 20 Best Places To Retire by Money Magazine.

Money Magazine November, 2002:

"The Grand Strand has largely shed its bargain-basement image, but the area's sheer number of golf courses - 120 by one count - still makes it one of the nation's best places to find golf values," according to Money Magazine. "It's almost impossible not to get great golf for your money," the magazine says. Among the courses Money recommends: The Dunes, Long Bay, The Legends, Tidewater Plantation. Caledonia and Pine Lakes.