Charlie Rymer is back for more playing tips from TPC Myrtle Beach! This time, he takes on the first hole and is going to show you how to tackle those shots out of the rough, and how to lag putt.
As part of a relaunch of its “Best Places to Play” initiative, Golf Digest has unveiled its list of South Carolina’s best public courses, and the Waccamaw Golf Trail plays prominently in the venerable magazine’s ranking of the Palmetto State’s best.
The Campbell University women’s team put the pedal to the floor in its final two rounds to pull away from the field, and Jacksonville State held off a final-round push from Wright State to capture the men’s title at the 2022 Golfweek Fall Challenge at True Blue Golf Club and Caledonia Golf & Fish Club.
Fresh from Season 2 of “The Charlie Rymer Golf Show” on ESPN2, “The Big Timer” is offering up some playing advice from TPC Myrtle Beach. See what helpful advice he’s got for your game, with an award-winning Waccamaw Golf Trail design as part of the showcase!
Hitting a draw or fade is about more than just establishing your target line. Watch this video, and let Stuart Clark of the Steve Dresser Golf Academy in Pawleys Island, S.C. show you a great method to work on shaping shots during your practice sessions.
This episode of “The Charlie Rymer Golf Show” features a visit from golf legend Gary Player as he and Charlie discuss his relationship with Blackmoor Golf Club, his only signature design along the Grand Strand, as well as some of the big-picture issues that affect the game of golf.
The hole has provided many a dramatic moment in competitive golf, and tested the games of the best from the college, junior and PGA TOUR Champions ranks. Join us for a dynamic aerial tour of the final hole at TPC Myrtle Beach, provided here in a creative MasterShots format!
Steeped in history and classic Lowcountry ambience, the Dan Maples-designed Willbrook Plantation takes you on a memorable golf journey through the site of two former rice plantations dating back to the 18th Century.
The most challenging hole at Wachesaw Plantation East Golf Club forces players to truly earn their par to close the round. Check it out from an aerial perspective, offered here in our flyover tour of one of the Waccamaw Golf Trail’s memorable home stretches.