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Caledonia Golf & Fish Club

A unique collaboration between noted golf course architect Pete Dye and his son, P.B. Dye, resulted in a challenging, but playable course that winds through the stunning maritime forest and marshland of DeBordieu. Defined by its signature 17th hole – often voted ‘number one golf hole’ on the Grand Strand, the Dye’s designed a beauty. Golf at DeBordieu can best be described as an exhilarating 18-stop nature tour.

DeBordieu Golf Course

DeBordieu Club features a championship 18-hole golf course designed by Pete and P.B. Dye. The Links course, which initially opened in March 1987 and was recently renovated In 2014, plays to More than 7,000 yards from the championship tees. Noted as one of the engineers favorite designs, the links style course at DeBordieu has been consistently ranked among the top 10 private clubs in South Carolina.

Founders Club

Located in quaint, quiet Pawleys Island, America’s oldest seaside resort, the Founders Club at Pawleys Island immediately impresses you with the striking beauty of the 9th hole, the first hole you see as you enter the golf club. A beautiful, well-laid-out hole, it makes a strong statement and sparks the most comments from visitors. And it sets the tone for what is to come. The Founders Club at Pawleys Island earned distinction as Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year in 2011 by the Myrtle Beach Area Golf Course Owners Association. In both 2009 and 2011, the Founders Club was deemed one of the 30 Best Courses You can Play in South Carolina by the South Carolina Golf Course Ratings Panel. Our 18-hole, Par 72 course was constructed by former Gary Player lead designer Thomas Walker atop Gene Hamm’s original flat course at the former Sea Gull Golf Club, which dates back to 1966 and was the fourth oldest course in the Grand Strand. Although this is a difficult course, with 5 tees you can enjoy a relaxing game or challenge yourself. The strategic nature of the course will bring you back time after time to try out a different plan of attack. Natural beach sand fills the waste areas and native grasses, such as love and bluestem, populate the mounds and waste areas. Cart paths are kept to a minimum on this “ocean-style” course, which gives golfers a unique coastal-feel golfing experience – and makes the course senior friendly. Wetlands, live oaks, and pines add further aesthetic value to the course. We are proud of our world-class putting and chipping facility. The putting area is very large, 11,000 feet, and with our chipping facility, you can simulate hitting out of waste hazards. Our 5,000 square foot Lowcountry-style clubhouse features a wrap-around porch that overlooks the 10th and 18th holes and houses our comfortable upscale Grill Room and well-stocked Pro Shop. Our staff is like family, and you will soon feel like family, too.

Heritage Club

The Heritage Club was built on a plot of fertile land along the beautiful Waccamaw River Trail. Over 600 acres of giant magnolias, 300-year-old oaks, fresh water lakes and marshes have been transformed into a golfing community that rivals the finest in the world. The Heritage Club reflects a unique landscape carved by the whims of the river. A magnificent avenue of oaks leads to the welcoming clubhouse overlooking the Waccamaw River. Ranked among the “50 Best Public Courses in America” by Golf Digest, the Par 71 Heritage Club, a Dan Maples design, follows the natural contours of the land, stretching out beside long abandoned rice fields. The Heritage Club course features spacious, rolling fairways and large, undulating greens, surrounded by lush stands of crepe myrtle, camellias and azaleas. Heavily landscaped areas of wildflowers and flowering shrubs will maintain the beauty of this beautiful setting for generations to come.

Litchfield Country Club

While the senior member of the famed Waccamaw Golf Trail opened in 1966, Litchfield Country Club’s continuing popularity has more than supported its longevity. The reason is simple: Willard Byrd’s original design, one applicable to the well-rounded, won’t beat up most players. It also isn’t crafted toward the big hitters, measuring at less than 6,700 yards from the back tees. That’s how the golf course opened in the 1960s, and that’s how it remains nearly 50 years later. The dogleg-happy round includes significant bends on at least eight different holes, forcing players to make the most of their tee and second shots. After that, forgiving approach zones open up the possibility of bump-and-run golf and negating many of the issues associated with small greens. For obvious reasons associated with the lack of length, the course has been highly regarded by women and seniors. However, a country club environment without the country club price has made it attractive to everyone.

Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club

Set amid the splendor of 200-year old moss-draped oaks in the historical coastal region of South Carolina, Pawleys Plantation provides the perfect setting for a memorable golf getaway, special event, family vacation or business retreat. Guests may choose from one, two, three and four bedroom villas offering golf course views.

River Club

As out of place as a “no swimsuit” advisory may seem at other courses, it’s quite apropos for the aptly named River Club. The Tom Jackson Signature Course includes ponds and streams – some man-made and other pre-existing to River Club’s 1985 opening – on 14 of the 18 holes. And its presence will directly impact club selection on as many as eight holes of this par-72, 6,700-yard track. It requires a distinct precision-heavy strategy to the round. But also consider it further evidence that the Pawleys Island course and member of the famed Waccamaw Golf Trail is every bit of a true plantation design. The former rice estate, which recently earned 4.5 Stars from Golf Digest’s “Places to Play”, has also been outfitted with sand traps numbering in the triple digits. Packaged with the water, and the apparel regulations don’t seem so silly anymore.

Steve Dresser Golf Academy

Established in 1998, The Reserve Golf Club is located inside a gated community on breathtakingly preserved acres of Pawley's Island, South Carolina. Nestled between Charleston and Myrtle Beach, the property is a private golf sanctuary amongst the crowded beachfront courses of South Carolina’s coast. Complimented by best-in-class service, fine dining and a renowned practice facility, The Reserve’s cornerstone is a nicely-paced round of golf on a Greg Norman course that ranks #5 among the nearly one-hundred courses that bestrew the Grand Strand.

The Reserve

Established in 1998, The Reserve Golf Club is located inside a gated community on breathtakingly preserved acres of Pawley's Island, South Carolina. Nestled between Charleston and Myrtle Beach, the property is a private golf sanctuary amongst the crowded beachfront courses of South Carolina’s coast. Complimented by best-in-class service, fine dining and a renowned practice facility, The Reserve’s cornerstone is a nicely-paced round of golf on a Greg Norman course that ranks #5 among the nearly one-hundred courses that bestrew the Grand Strand.

Tradition Golf Club

So few courses provide freedom off the tee. Even fewer do so while combining the luxury and overall feel of Tradition Golf Club in Pawleys Island. Set amid some of the nicest golf courses the Grand Strand has to offer, Tradition holds its place in the Waccamaw Golf Trail with a creative yet simple design that focuses on pristine surfaces, protected greens and a challenging yet playable round unlike many of its regional competitors. Well-known Florida course architect Ron Garl accomplished just that when one of his only designs in the Carolinas was opened in 1996. Previously named the South Carolina Golf Course of the Year and routinely honored by regional and national publications, Tradition complements a par-72 round with its Mega Practice Complex, one that has since been copied at other courses around the United States. With upward of 6,875 yards awaiting players, that practice facility is the perfect warm up before attacking the course.

True Blue Golf Course

Ranked in Golf Magazine’s “2019 Top 100 Resorts in North America for Buddies Trips” list, True Blue Golf Club represents the class of the expansive golf offerings in and around Myrtle Beach. The dramatic, fun layout is known for its vast fairways, undulating greens and impressive elevation changes. The rolling terrain and native vegetation of this once thriving indigo and rice plantation makes for one of the most spectacular settings in golf. And with an 18-acre practice facility, fully-stocked pro shop and inviting grill room, True Blue is a must-play on any visit to Myrtle Beach.

Wachesaw East

Nestled amid a former rice plantation in Murrells Inlet, Wachesaw Plantation East has reaped the awards you’d anticipate from a former LPGA event site. Once the home of the Kathy Ireland/Greens Competition Classic, Wachesaw East was named the 2007 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year by the Myrtle Beach Golf Course Owners Association. It has also recently received honors for its fairways, customer service and playability by national publications. In short, Wachesaw East is the complete package. Utilizing five sets of distinct tees, the Clyde Johnston design plays anywhere from 6,933 yards down to 4,995. Regardless, the thought-provoking track was crafted to reward the patient, an approach that stick with players after wrapping up on the signature hole. The green of the par-4, 430-yard No. 18 bends slightly around a small pond, leaving most to consider it one of the course’s most challenging holes. Or, in other words, exactly what you’d expect of a former professional venue.

Wachesaw Plantation

Founded in 1985 as the premier Private Country Club on South Carolina’s Hammock Coast, Wachesaw Plantation Club offers members an exclusive but inviting active lifestyle with Tom Fazio designed Golf, Tennis, Waterfront Dining, and Swimming Complex.

Wedgefield Plantation

Situated along the winding banks of the Black River in Georgetown, SC. Wedgefield Country Club is a breathtaking example of South Carolina Lowcountry scenery and charm.

Willbrook Plantation Golf Club

Consistently rated as one of the Myrtle Beach area's top golf courses, Willbrook Plantation has gone well beyond its niche as one of South Carolina’s most popular for women. Willbrook, a Dan Maples design set in Pawleys Island and observed as part of the Waccamaw Golf Trail, gives players of all skill levels the type of round they’re looking for. Winding through a pair of plantations, one dating back to the late 1700s, Willbrook has long been seen as an environmentalist’s dream. The course’s pristine 18 holes are woven through natural grasses, Lowcountry marshes and wetlands – and the wildlife that accompanies the track is nothing to scoff at either. But the ultimate reward here is the golf. Any number of holes on the course could be considered signature worthy, based on the variety from one hole to the next. It further elevates Willbrook Plantation into the realm of the area’s best.
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