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Beachwood Golf Club named June Legacy Business of Month

The North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the Beachwood Golf Club has been named as the June 2019 Legacy Business of the month.

Located in North Myrtle Beach at 1520 Highway 17 South, Beachwood was founded in 1967 and has been operating continuously since. The late Senator Dick Elliott and 18 other dedicated co-founders made the golf course what it is today. Construction was finished and the course opened for play in 1968.

Beachwood is a beautiful 18-hole golf course designed by Gene Hamm. The course enjoys being recognized year after year as one of the best maintained golf courses on the Grand Strand.

The Beachwood Golf Club has been a member of the North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce since the Chamber was established over 20 years ago. When asked the reason Beachwood Golf Club has been so successful over the years, co-founding member Blakeney Jackson said, “Support of the Chamber and their marketing efforts has been significant. We are proud of our association with the North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce.”

To play this signature North Myrtle Beach golf course and book a tee time, call Beachwood Golf Club at 843-272-6168 or book on-line at www.beachwoodgolf.com.

The Legacy award is given in memory of Cecelia Campbell, owner of Surf Beauty Spot in Cherry Grove Beach. Mrs. Campbell was the sole proprietor of this salon, which was the first in Cherry Grove. The business was open from 1966 until she retired in 2010. She earned her Certificate of Instruction in Cosmetology from The University of South Carolina in 1987. Cecelia’s talents were many. She enjoyed decorating and making floral arrangements that won numerous ribbons at the Driftwood Garden Club, where she was a charter member. Cecelia served as president of The MLC Shrine Auxiliary in 1970 and was BPW Career Woman of the year in 1972. In 2004 she became a benefactor of the North Myrtle Beach Rescue Squad. Cecelia was a charter member of Chapel by the Sea, where she regularly attended church. Nothing could compare to the love she shared with her family, friends and husband, Horace Campbell.

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