Great things happen when a former U.S. Open winner and a legendary architect decide to partner up. Larry Nelson and Jeff Brauer were able to make magic happen with the Avocet Course at Wild Wing. No Myrtle Beach golf vacation is complete without playing the course's dual fairways and the par 4, 308-yard 14th hole.
1000 Wild Wing Blvd., Conway, SC, 29526
The U.S. Open is golf’s most grueling test, challenging players physically and mentally. Only the strong survive and Myrtle Beach is fortunate to have had five U.S. Open winners, including the game’s greatest champion, Jack Nicklaus, design a total nine area layouts.Read More
People like to talk about what Wild Wing Plantation used to be, a 72-hole facility that was among Myrtle Beach’s best, but the Woodstork, Falcon and part of the Hummingbird courses closed more than 10 years ago.Read More
Wild Wing Plantation flies (pardon the bad pun) under the radar. The 4-star facility is home to 27 holes and delivers an outstanding round of golf, highlighted by the Larry Nelson-designed Avocet Course.Read More
The PGA Championship is upon us, and Myrtle Beach’s connection to the game’s final major championship is strong. Eight of the top Myrtle Beach golf courses were designed by past PGA Championship winners.Read More
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