Course Review and Comments
As close to seaside golf as you can get; the ocean is just 1/2 mile away, and wind is fairly constant. Par 3 13th is the hole you love to hate, about 125 yards from men's tees to tiny green surrounded by marsh. When the tide is out, you see evidence of a golf ball graveyard (enter at your own risk). Nicklaus makes you hit high shots into firm and protected greens; the course is tough on calmest days. Other reviewers point to browned greens, but they still roll true and medium fast. Pawleys Plantation is part of the newly formed Waccamaw Golf Trail on the south end of the Grand Strand, and some of the other courses are also a must play (Caledonia, True Blue, Heritage, the new Founders Club).
More user reviews for Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club - Semi-Private
July 15th, 2012 07:09
I was having a bad day the day I played here,and still enjoyed myself, the course is very pleasing to the eye and was in excellent shape and the staff was very friendly.This course is on my play list
September 08th, 2009 15:02
Good, all around lowcountry, marshy golf experience in Pawleys Island. This is a good course if you don't feel like spending Caledonia or Heritage Club cash. This play is usually a little cheaper, and
September 08th, 2009 10:16
Hard when wind blows.13 is one tough par 3.
August 05th, 2009 16:02
I read all reviews before booking this course but couldn't find the information I wanted so I hope this helps. The course is great. I can't say it was a value for Myrtle Beach since I haven't played
November 23rd, 2008 07:07
July 13th, 2007 23:12
Nicklaus delivers another fine effort, testing every shot in your bag. The course winds through an unobtrusive housing complex, ultimately playing out to the marshes bordering the intercoastal waterwa
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