As you plan your spring golf getaway to the Grand Strand, bear in mind that your time won’t be spent exclusively on the golf course. You and your group will probably want some time to relax off the course, and apart from the hotel or property rental.

You’ll have time to cut loose a bit, so here are a few of our picks for great entertainment options as you’re out and about.

Topgolf Myrtle Beach – Set to open in early 2019, Myrtle Beach will discover what a growing number of major markets around the country have done already in embracing the Topgolf phenomenon: using golf as the platform for a multidimensional entertainment experience. Believe us when we tell you Topgolf is about so much more than simply hitting a golf ball to an electronic target. You and your group are destined to have a blast here.

2nd Avenue Pier – You’ve got multiple options for unwinding in this one location, so grab a cocktail, a bite to eat or even a fishing pole! The Pier House Restaurant serves up a fantastic breakfast and meal options including salads, sandwiches, seafood and steaks. And if you want to try your hand at casting a line, you don’t even need to pack a portable fishing pole in your travel gear as 2nd Avenue Pier offers rod rental packages as well as bait purchases.

Myrtle Beach Pelicans – From April through August, the Class A Advanced affiliate of the 2016 World Series Champion Chicago Cubs takes the diamond at Field at Pelicans Ballpark. Thirsty Thursdays feature $1 Bud and Bud Light drafts and are a big draw, as are a number of ongoing promotions you’ll experience at this fan-friendly ballpark. Plus, you get to see tomorrow’s MLB stars in action: the New York Yankees’ Gleyber Torres (2015-16), the Cubs’ Jason Heyward (2008-09), the Atlanta Braves’ Freddie Freeman (2009) and Boston Red Sox’ Craig Kimbrel (2009), are among the big names who’ve donned a Pelicans jersey.