Myrtle Beach National assumes management of Wild Wing Plantation
Myrtle Beach National has added another Grand Strand golf course to its management umbrella, Wild Wing Plantation. Wild Wing is located just a chip shot down the road from Myrtle Beach National’s flagship facility on Highway 501. In fact, the the M.B.N. West course and Wild Wing back up to one another at one point.
Once a four-course facility, Wild Wing closed all but 27 holes during the recent housing boom. Today, the 18-hole Avocet course remains, as well as a 9-hole Hummingbird course, a par-34 playing 3,046 yards from the back tees.
For golf package buyers, this means that Myrtle Beach National’s popular Signature package, where you play four courses and get one free, now includes Wild Wing in the mix. It also means that Wild Wing tee times will be offered at better last-minute discounts through M.B.N.’s Prime Time Cardholder and TeeUpTomorrow.com programs.
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