Hole Spotlight: The Par-5 17th at Wachesaw Plantation East

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Clyde Johnston created one of the Waccamaw Golf Trail’s most challenging finishing stretches when he designed the final holes of Wachesaw Plantation East Golf Club. Join us for an aerial video tour of this memorable hole, and check out our suggestions on how best to play it!

 

 

Wachesaw Plantation East

Hole No. 17 – Par 5 (“Azalea”)

Championship Tees: 500 Yards

4th Tees: 485 Yards

Members Tees: 470 Yards

2nd Tees: 456 Yards

Forward Tees: 415 Yards

As the No. 4 handicap hole, this par 5 offers a challenging warmup test leading into the No. 2 handicap finishing hole.

Hit your tee shot to the right center of the fairway to have a chance to reach the green in two.

If you choose to lay up, note the lake guarding the right side of the fairway.

Either way, the serpentine-like creek separating the fairway from the green offers one of the more compelling visuals in Myrtle Beach golf.

 

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