Sea Trail – Maples Course

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Sea Trail – Maples Course

651 Clubhouse Dr · Sunset Beach NC, 28468

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.

Course Details

Location: North
Designer: Dan Maples
Rating: 72.8
Slope: 132
Distance: 6,797 from the Championship tees

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