It’s one of the most challenging opening holes in all of Myrtle Beach golf. Join us for an aerial tour of the par-4 1st hole at the Dan Maples-designed Willbrook Plantation, where you’ll get a complete look at what you face from tee to green and pick up some tips on how to play it along the way!
Willbrook Plantation Golf Club
Hole No. 1 – Par 4
Blue – 428 Yards
White – 400 Yards
Gold – 382 Yards
Red – 260 Yards
This is arguably the most challenging opening hole in Myrtle Beach golf.
Marsh left and trees right frame your tee shot, where accuracy and distance are crucial. Get it past the dogleg for a chance to get home in two.
The marsh, a single back left bunker and moguls right guard this green.
Par is a great score here. Don’t let bogey get you down, as plenty of chances to make up strokes await. Good luck!