Willbrook Plantation Golf Club

Willbrook Plantation Golf Club

Golf course in Pawleys Island, SC

About Willbrook Plantation Golf Club (Pawleys Island, SC)

Scenic beauty with 100+ year-old Oak trees. Loads of marsh and water views and is one of Dan Maple's most famous courses. One you can't miss.

Golfers at the Dan Maples designed Willbrook Plantation Golf Club don’t just get a great round of golf but get a history lesson as well with informational signs throughout the course giving details of old plantations like the two on which it's built.

One of the Grand Strand’s loveliest courses, the course is filled with moss covered live oaks throughout and has two holes, No. 1 and No. 15, that were named by the Myrtle Beach Sun News as among the most beautiful on the Grand Strand.

In a real sense history follows golfers throughout the course, beginning with a waterway next to the first tee that once helped supply the plantations with water. And while the waterway flows through much of the course, it’s usually not a factor in play. At 6,722 yards, the course does a good job of mixing up easier and more difficult holes with enough challenges it will keep golfers wanting to return for more. The course is also highly rated among women golfers. Course amenities include complete practice facilities, lounge, snack bar, refreshment carts and more.

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The address for Willbrook Plantation Golf Club is 426 Tidewater Cir, Pawleys Island, SC 29585.


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Golf Master Jason

Golf Master Jason he...

Golf Master Jason here: I played Willbrook yesterday (May 13). The course was in fantastic shape, bermuda fairways were pristine, as were tee boxes. The greens were a consistent fast (not too fast, really great). Great staff and conditions, would highly recommend. PRO TIP: The first hole at Willbrook is the hardest one on the course. If you don't want to play the toughest one off the bat, you could potentially tee off hole #10 if the course is double teeing (simultaneously teeing groups off both side, a common practice in Myrtle Beach). Ask your Golf Master when booking.

Published on May 14th, 2020

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