Wizard Golf Course in Myrtle Beach gets Scottish enhancements
Mystical Golf’s Wizard Golf Course has long been considered one of the better values and most fun plays in the Myrtle Beach, S.C., area, and now it might be even better after some recent improvements.
Mystical Golf just finished installing some St. Andrews-style sod facing to five greenside bunkers and converted 20 fairway hazards into pot bunkers.
The par-72, 6,721-yard Dan Maples design is now a little more reminiscent of the classic, wind-swept courses in the U.K. In addition to the dramatic bunkering redesign, it features heather-grassed mounds, rollicking fairways and elevation changes. Trademark stone bridges and a castle-style clubhouse completes the “Old World” feel.
The Wizard is one of three golf courses under the Mystical Golf umbrella. The portfolio also includes Man-O-War and The Witch, which is located in nearby Conway. All three are overseeded for the winter, by the way, making late fall and early spring a great time to play these courses.
“We’ll invest whatever it takes to provide the finest playing experience possible for our guests, and superior course conditioning is our calling card,” said Claude Pardue, president and CEO. “Our primary goal is to exceed expectations and provide the best golf value in the U.S. bar none.”
Mystical Golf also offers several affordable stay-and-play packages. For more information, click here.
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