Perhaps no hole at Willbrook Plantation captures the essence of Dan Maples’ design mastery better than its par-4 5th hole, offering a compelling combination of challenge and Lowcountry beauty. Join us for an aerial tour of this golf hole, and get some quick advice on how best to play it!
Your tee shot end up in a fairway bunker? Chances are, your lie’s not going to be too bad, and if that’s the case the last thing you want to do is try to “scoop” it out. Let Steve Dresser from the Steve Dresser Golf Academy at True Blue Golf Club in Pawleys Island, S.C. show you the proper technique.
Our drone tour of the Waccamaw Golf Trail’s premier golf holes takes us to the Willard Byrd signature design at Litchfield Country Club, where its memorable par 5 at No. 13 is in the spotlight. Join us for a video tour!
Gary Player’s Blackmoor Golf Club has one of the more memorable three-hole stretches you’ll encounter along the Waccamaw Golf Trail, starting with its par-4 14th hole. Join us for a spectacular aerial tour of this hole, and get some tips on how best to play it next time you’re out there!
We all want more length off the tee, and who better to get advice from than a three-time World Long Drive Championships winner? Sean “The Beast” Fister of the Dustin Johnson Golf School at TPC Myrtle Beach is here to show us a few simple keys to unlocking your distance potential!
Just when you think you survived its adventurous par-3 3rd hole, the very next hole at True Blue Golf Club makes you buckle up just as tight from tee to green. Join us for a guided tour of this magnificent par 5!
The Thomas Walker design at Founders Club at Pawleys Island offers a memorable 18-hole tour where creativity abounds. It’s in plentiful supply at Founders’ par-4 finishing hole; join us for a guided aerial tour!
In this video, Mike Rugg of the Steve Dresser Golf Academy at True Blue Golf Club and Caledonia Golf & Fish Club in Pawleys Island, S.C. walks us through the paces of a proper setup both with your irons, and your driver. It may seem boring at first, but it’s a critical element to the rest of your game!