After you’ve teed it up on the par-5 12th at Founders Club at Pawleys Island, you have two paths of getting to the green on this adventurous hole. Join us for a flyover tour of this three-shot hole, and get some guidance on how best to approach it!
The penultimate hole on one of the Waccamaw Golf Trail’s most prestigious designs is one you’ll never forget. Join us for an aerial tour of the par-3 17th at the Tom Fazio/Lanny Wadkins-designed TPC Myrtle Beach, and get some quick tips on how best to play it!
It’s one of the most challenging opening holes in all of Myrtle Beach golf. Join us for an aerial tour of the par-4 1st hole at the Dan Maples-designed Willbrook Plantation, where you’ll get a complete look at what you face from tee to green and pick up some tips on how to play it along the way!
Tom Jackson’s River Club is renowned for its island green par 3 at No. 14, but keeps the compelling challenges coming as you set foot on the very next tee. Join us for an aerial tour of the par-4 15th, and see what’s in store for you on your next visit to this beauty!
If you can’t hit it slower and shorter, it’s harder to do so longer and faster. Scott Devaux of the Steve Dresser Golf Academy at True Blue Golf Club in Pawleys Island, S.C. joins us in this video to demonstrate how training with an alignment rod can help reinforce this point as you practice your short shots around the green.
They call it “Challenge” for a very good reason, as the par-4 16th at the Clyde Johnston-designed Wachesaw Plantation East Golf Club doesn’t leave much room for error. Join us for an aerial tour of this beauty, along with the course’s advice on how best to play it!