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Mystical Golf Package Group

The Quick Details: The most popular three round package in Myrtle Beach. The Mystical Golf Package offers three of Dan Maples best designs. With Man O War designed through a man-made lake, the Wizard designed as a links-style golf course and The Witch carved through a 400 acre South Carolina low country wetland. This three round package has quickly become known as one of the best in Myrtle Beach. As an added bonus, this package also includes FREE Lunch & TWO Beers for each golfer, each day at each courses clubhouse.  Mystical Golf Package Group

The Courses To Choose From



Current Package Pricing for 2018 & 2019

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3 Round Package ...from $172 Per Golfer

Play all three courses at these rates below! Includes Lunch and 2-beers each day of play at each courses clubhouse. No hidden fees. That's the price you pay. Carts, taxes, fees, and a great time included. *Play Mid-Week to save more!!

Pick 3 from:
Man O War, Witch, Wizard
(Mon, Tues, Weds)
PM 3-Rounds
(Must Play all 3-courses after 12 pm)
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No Hidden Fees Added to Our Golf Packages
We require a $100 deposit per golfer to book a golf package. All pricing is subject to change without notice, but the price will be locked in at the time of booking.

A Golf Package withOUT the Hocus Pocus!

While a little bit of help from the supernatural never hurts when building a golf course in a swamp, for Claude Pardue the decision to name his company’s first Myrtle Beach golf course The Witch was based on marketing, not magic. “I wanted to make it (the name) something that everybody would remember, something that popped out at you,” Pardue, CEO of Mystical Golf, told an interviewer a few years back. But without a great course to back it, Pardue also knew the name would be seen as just a gimmick and the course a joke.

Twenty-plus years later, no one is laughing at The Witch or its two sister courses, The Wizard and Man O’ War, all three being collaborations between Pardue and noted golf course architect Dan Maples. Built-in environmentally sensitive wetlands, Pardue is particularly proud those wetlands weren’t disturbed during construction and resulted in three of Myrtle Beach’s most unique courses.

Determined each course be as different as possible, Pardue decided the Man O’ War course would be laid out on a lake. But first, he had to create the lake. While he only needed to dig down a few feet because of the property’s high water table, he still had 1.5 million cubic yards of earth to dispose of, most of which went to create elevation changes of up to 45 feet on The Wizard, being developed at the same time.

Does these Myrtle Beach golf courses work in mysterious ways?

The Witch – Generally regarded as the most difficult of the three courses, The Witch winds its way through 500 lush acres of wetlands, cypress groves, and native vegetation. To help golfers navigate the course, there are 4,000 feet of bridges with plenty of wildlife along the way. The course features island holes at No. 1 and 9, tight fairways, oyster cell bunkers, moderate undulation and elevated greens.

Man O’ War – Looking at the course layout, you might think Man O’ War is the world’s first floating golf course. With water coming into play on 16 of its holes, this outstanding course is player friendly with large landing areas and large greens, although a constant wind definitely adds some challenge. Notable holes include the par-4 9th where the fairway and green are both surrounded by water.

The Wizard – Sharing a lake with the Man O’ War course, 11 holes on The Wizard feature water although it doesn’t come into play on all. Reminiscent of Scottish links courses, this course features moderate bunkering, elevated tees, and generous and relatively flat greens. The back nine ends with back-to-back island greens.

More Food For Thought About these Courses

It’s hard to find three courses that are so close and yet so different in the play they offer. And that commitment to providing three distinct experiences extends to the separate clubhouses for each course with The Wizard featuring a castle-style clubhouse, Man O’ War a clubhouse on stilts over the water, and The Witch clubhouse a traditional design with high gables resembling the point of a witch’s hat.


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