Second Season Spotlight: Wachesaw Plantation East

A four-time host of an LPGA Tour event, Wachesaw Plantation East has for years received critical acclaim from visiting golfers as well as the pros. Join us on a dynamic video and hole-by-hole photo tour of this popular Clyde Johnston design.

 

 

Just minutes from the famous Marshwalk and its many restaurants, shops and water-featured attractions in Murrells Inlet, you’ll find Wachesaw Plantation East, a Grand Strand staple known for great golf.

Just a mile or so from the Atlantic Ocean, Wachesaw Plantation East enjoys a warm climate and common afternoon ocean breezes providing reliable conditions throughout the year. Former host course for the LPGA’s Kathy Ireland Classic, this course has received acclaim through the years including being named the 2007 Myrtle Beach Golf Course Owners Association facility of the year.

As a signature design by Clyde Johnston, players appreciate the perfect combination of dogleg par fours, fives and shorter, score able par threes.

Measuring just over 6,900 yards from the back tees, this par 72 layout presents a fair challenge for all skill levels with creative design elements sure to garner every player’s interest and attention.

The full-service clubhouse with bar and restaurant is locals favorite to visit even when golf isn’t on their schedule, with a veranda-covered back patio providing a relaxed, comfortable venue to enjoy lunch or your favorite post round drinks.

With characteristic Carolina pines, plentiful natural water hazards and an attentive, friendly staff, Wachesaw Plantation East is a draw for locals and vacationers alike. Just 20 minutes south of Myrtle Beach, golf enthusiasts continue to enjoy Wachesaw Plantation East, a venerable Grand Strand golf destination in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina.

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