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.
In fall 2018, the legendary Jack Nicklaus returned to the site of his very first signature design in the greater Myrtle Beach area: Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club, which he built and opened up 31 years ago.
You work up quite an appetite while you’re out on the course. It’s a good thing the 19th Hole options at Litchfield Country Club are setting the bar high with an incredible Sunday brunch buffet as well as a selection of frequent p.m. buffets as part of their impressive dining lineup.
While the golf is great, don’t forget to stop by Wachesaw East’s popular 19th Hole restaurant option before or after your round. The Toasted Tee Pub & Grub is located just steps away from the 10th hole and overlooks one of the largest practice facilities along the Waccamaw Golf Trail.