Trail Hole Spotlight: No. 13 at Pawleys Plantation

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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!

 

 

Pawleys Plantation

Hole No. 13 – Par 3

Gold – 145 Yards

Blue – 115 Yards

White – 69 Yards

Yellow/Red – 40 Yards

This is a beautiful little complex. The hole is actually bulk-headed to the marsh and, depending on where you want to put the tee mark, you’ve got endless possibilities of things you could do.

The green is actually a double green connecting with the 16th. The combination of the two is obviously the largest putting surface on the golf course at 12,800 square feet. Difficulty on this hole will be determined by wind conditions.

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