It’s often referred to in jest as “Myrtle Beach’s Shortest Par 5.” Indeed, that’s what it feels like if you don’t find the green off the tee at the (in)famous short par 3 on No. 13 at Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club. Join us for a dynamic aerial tour of this hole, and see why this Jack Nicklaus design is a great fit for your next Waccamaw Golf Trail getaway!
Renowned architect Ron Garl brings a parkland-style design to the South Strand noted for a pristine playing surface that showcases spacious, rolling fairways and stellar TifDwarf greens.
For more than 20 years, Tradition Golf Club on Pawleys Island has been playing host to both local golfers and those that converge on the Myrtle Beach area during peak golf seasons. This Ron Garl design is built on the site of a 16th century rice plantation and opened for play in 1996. Tradition Club has received numerous accolades, including South Carolina Golf Course of the Year in 2001, and has been awarded 4.5-stars by Golf Digest as well as voted “Top Fairways” for 1998 by Golf for Women. Tradition Club was also nominated as Best New Public Course by Golf Digest in 1996. It is truly one of the most prestigious golf clubs with public access in the Myrtle Beach area.
Also on property is an impressive practice complex. These are becoming a Ron Garl trademark and one that he has duplicated at several of the other courses he has designed/redesigned around the world. It includes a spacious full-length driving range, a massive chipping green and a putting green with multiple elevation changes so that you can get an idea of the breaks you will encounter during your round. With over 6,800 yards of golf course in front of you at Tradition Club, arrive early and take full advantage of this wonderful practice facility.