With so much to see and do on your golf vacation along the Waccamaw Golf Trail, finding a restaurant that serves superb food in a laid-back, comfortable atmosphere should be a priority. So, whenever you feel yourself getting hungry on the South Strand, look no further than Rustic Table in Pawleys Island.
With Mike Strantz’s two Lowcountry designs leading the way, the Waccamaw Golf Trail has placed four of its designs on Golfweek’s most recent listing of its “Top 15 Courses You Can Play in South Carolina.”
If you’re looking for a great bite to eat but don’t want to get bogged down with a more formal sit-down environment, Moe’s Original Bar B Que is a fantastic post-round option for you and your crew.
The last impression of any great golf course experience stays with you for a lifetime. Here are five particularly memorable finishing holes among our Waccamaw Golf Trail courses.
Myrtle Beach’s hottest new attraction is just a short ride away – a brand-new, three-story, 55,000 square-foot Topgolf that is open until 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
With a recently expanded number of direct flights to and from Myrtle Beach International Airport, getting to your Waccamaw Golf Trail golf vacation is easier now than ever before.