If you’re one of the lucky ones, you’ll get to compete on several Waccamaw Golf Trail courses during the tournament. That’s because all 12 Trail sites play host.
Multi-Round Specials on the Waccamaw Golf Trail are especially great because all 12 of its championship-caliber courses are within close proximity of each other, meaning flexibility and convenience for you and your group on your upcoming golf vacation. In addition, Multi-Round Specials provide maximum affordability. Here’s how these deals work, along with a couple different combinations to consider.
Playing golf on the Waccamaw Golf Trail will have you down on the South Strand a lot, so identifying a convenient, comfortable place for you and your group to stay in and around the Pawleys Island/Murrells Inlet area is important. One great lodging option in Pawleys Island is Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort, which can be booked as part of any Waccamaw Golf Trail vacation. Here’s what to love about Litchfield.
While history is sure to become the star of your round at Willbrook, the golf course offers its own compelling draw as a challenging, highly creative layout that forces players to hit every shot in the bag. Here are three signature holes to remember during your upcoming round at Willbrook on the Waccamaw Golf Trail.
In this video, Allen Terrell of the Dustin Johnson Golf School at TPC Myrtle Beach in Murrells Inlet, S.C. shows us a practice drill where you can learn how to properly manage the speed of your putts by managing the distance of your backswing versus the follow-through.
The 12 courses that make up the Waccamaw Golf Trail represent the best championship-caliber facilities anywhere on the Grand Strand, including TPC Myrtle Beach, a marquee design from the imagination of legendary architect Tom Fazio. Located in Murrells Inlet and offering a memorable round of golf fit for the pros, here are three holes at TPC Myrtle Beach that are sure to make a lasting impression when you visit this spring.
Planning to play golf on the Waccamaw Golf Trail at the end of this month? Well, be aware that the 5th Annual Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship will be taking place Feb. 28-March 1 (Remember, 2020 is a leap year). It’s open to the public and totally free for spectators to attend, making it a phenomenal opportunity to watch some truly world-class golf during your upcoming getaway.
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.