The Waccamaw Golf Trail’s Fabulous Finishers: The 18th at Willbrook Plantation
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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. Its finishing hole is one you won’t soon forget, as this aerial perspective will attest!
Willbrook Plantation Golf Club
Hole No. 18 – Par 5
Blue Tees – 535 Yards
White Tees – 515 Yards
Gold Tees – 471 Yards
Red Tees – 421 Yards
The 18th hole at Willbrook is a dogleg right that offers a substantial risk-reward challenge. Players can try and cut the dogleg in hopes of getting home in two, but doing so means flirting with out of bounds on the right. Played conservatively, assuming a good tee shot, par is very attainable, but if you get greedy, trouble awaits.
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