The first of the three courses at Sea Trail Plantation, the Maples Course continues to lead the way. A familiar name to golf aficionados, architect Dan Maples crafted a quality design at Sea Trail, featuring five holes that play along the scenic Calabash Creek. In addition to the property’s natural beauty, Maples made effective used of waste bunkers to help create memorable visuals for golfers in town for a vacation, making this Myrtle Beach golf course a must play.
651 Clubhouse Dr, Sunset Beach, NC, United States
Golf Trek, one of Myrtle Beach’s premier golf package providers, is the new title sponsor of what was the Calabash Cup – the 54-hole, two-person team event held each summer along the northern end of the Myrtle Beach golf scene.Read More
As most golf courses throughout the Southeast region offer great playing conditions in the winter and early spring months through a “contouring” effect (green fairways, greens and tee boxes, producing a visual contrast with dormant Bermudagrass rough), 19 Myrtle Beach-area designs have taken the extra step to “Go Green” in 2019-2020.Read More
You can go just about anywhere to get a post-round cocktail, including countless spots up and down our 60-mile stretch of the Grand Strand. But if it’s an ice cold, really good craft beer you seek in a cool-vibe environment, you’ve come to the right place for counsel.Read More
All but seven Myrtle Beach-area golf courses have now resumed operations since Hurricane Dorian swept by the Southeast region late last week, with the entire market expected to be at full operating capacity by mid-week.Read More
Dan Maples’ North Strand counterpart to his Pawleys Island handiwork at Willbrook Plantation brings the scenic Calabash Creek, magnificent live oaks and large Carolina pines prominently into play. Join us on a video and hole-by-hole photo tour of the Maples Course at Sea Trail Golf Club in beautiful Sunset Beach, N.C.Read More
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