Experienced and novice players alike know that Myrtle Beach is a golfer’s paradise. The area is home to more than 80 championship courses designed by Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Greg Norman, just to name a few. Additionally, each green was created to protect the natural habitat and wildlife indigenous to the Grand Strand. The Wachesaw Plantation East Golf Course is no exception.
Explore the Course
Nestled amid an oasis of moss-covered oaks, Wachesaw Plantation East represents the best in traditional Scottish design. This former LPGA event site boasts award-winning fairways, customer service, and playability. It was even named the 2007 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year. Here, rolling fairways lead to fast TifEagle greens, and scenic lakes and wetlands provide a tranquil backdrop for your golf experience.
Wachesaw Plantation East utilizes five sets of distinct tees and plays anywhere from 4,995 to 6,933 yards. Its signature hole, No. 18, is a par-4, 430-yard that bends slightly around a small pond. It’s a unique and challenging shot for golfers of all abilities.
To experience the Wachesaw Plantation East Golf Course for yourself, click here to book a tee time during your stay.