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|The new Founders Club at Pawleys Island is the first new golf course to open on the Waccamaw Golf Trail. (Courtesy Founders Club)|
Following several days of ceremonies and celebrations during the first week of February, the new Founders Club at Pawleys Island is now open and in superb condition. This is the first new golf course to open on the Waccamaw Golf Trail since the Tournament Players Club in 1999. Click here for more on the Founders Club.
Each month the Trail offers some great opportunities for WorldGolf.com subscribers to enjoy some of the best golf courses in America to. Both of our fantastic host resorts dig deep to find irresistible golf vacation deals for your next Trail trip:
• Pawleys Plantation: Stay 4 nights with 5 rounds and get your 5th night FREE. Call (866) 224-5617 for this special package.
• Litchfield Beach & Golf: Live like royalty on your next golf vacation. Stay oceanfront at Litchfield and enjoy our Waccamaw Golf Trail package.
The first week of February, The Golf Channel launched a new weekly golf show called "Road Trip - Myrtle Beach," hosted by former PGA Tour Player, Charlie Rymer. The first three episodes featured Waccamaw Golf Trail courses - Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, Willbrook Plantation Golf Club and Pawleys Plantation.
Local PGA Professional Bob Seganti makes his regular entries on our new blog, "Ground Under Repair." We invite you take a perusal of Bob's world as he covers everything golf. From the local scene, instruction and even a fashion tip or two GUR has it.
To learn more about the Waccamaw Golf Trail, visit www.WaccamawGolfTrail.com.
Waccamaw Golf Trail Courses include: Blackmoor Golf Club, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, Founders Club At Pawleys Island, Heritage Club, Litchfield Country Club, Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club, River Club, TPC of Myrtle Beach, Tradition Golf Club, True Blue, Wachesaw Plantation East and Willbrook Plantation Golf Club.
February 19, 2008
The Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic will be played April 28-May 2 at Fallen Oak, the exclusive course for guests of the Beau Rivage. "This is a significant step in becoming a tier one vacation destination," says Anthony Topazi, chairman of the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic Foundation, Inc. "I hope this is the first of many events we can have that attract people to visit the Gulf Coast for its first-class golf, fishing and gaming."
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