Iconic holes are a huge part of the Waccamaw Golf Trail experience, and as with every course you play, you’ll be challenged and captivated by some truly memorable hole layouts and design features. Take, for example, Founders Club at Pawleys Island, one of 12 courses along the Trail that is sure to leave a lasting impression on you and your group. Here are three holes to savor when you hit up Founders Club this spring.
If you’re looking to make a longer backswing, you must start with the proper pivots. Allen Terrell from the Dustin Johnson Golf School at TPC Myrtle Beach shows you how to do that in this video tip.
The Waccamaw Golf Trail understands that playing golf in South Carolina’s Lowcountry is about having the best all-around experience possible, down to the very vehicle carrying you around the golf course. That’s because right now, when you book a Trail round at either True Blue Golf Club or TPC Myrtle Beach, you can request to use a GolfBoard when you play.
Who wants “good” when you can have “great”? In this video tip, Allen Terrell of the Dustin Johnson Golf School at TPC Myrtle Beach shows us how to achieve great consistency in your putting setup in this quick video tip!
Without a doubt, Blackmoor is one of Gary Player’s gems and is the only course he designed in the area, making for a truly unique experience that captures both Player’s imagination for design as well as his unparalleled sense of style. Here are three spotlight holes you can expect will provide challenge and fun when you play Blackmoor during your upcoming trip on the Waccamaw Golf Trail.
There are very few places in the U.S. where publicly accessible golf is so good that one can quite frequently walk onto a course that has played host to multiple professional tournaments. One such facility in the Myrtle Beach area is Wachesaw Plantation East, which is an absolute must-play during your next golf vacation along the Waccamaw Golf Trail.