Ultimate Hammock Coast Golf Experience
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Great golf, accommodations, food and entertainment, all in one phenomenal package
There’s a lot to see and do on the Hammock Coast this fall, and the Waccamaw Golf Trail is setting out to make sure you experience every single aspect of it. With their Rewards Package, choose four rounds from a list of seven highlighted by the likes of TPC Myrtle Beach, Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club and Willbrook Plantation Golf Club. When you book four rounds, each golfer gets a $100 gift card redeemable for food and beverage, merchandise and more at courses included as options in the Rewards Package.
Next, book your staying accommodations at Inlet Sports Lodge, a boutique hotel catering to golf lovers, fishing, boating and outdoor enthusiasts, or anyone simply looking to relax. It is conveniently located near the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk, with its wide variety of award-winning, fresh Lowcountry dining, as well as a great selection of watersports to get into when your group is off the course.
As for the courses themselves, there are several great ones to choose from. TPC Myrtle Beach presents a challenging layout that offers everything players look for: picturesque holes from tee to green, meticulously shaped hills and mounding, perfectly conditioned greens and an abundance of native wildlife. Be ready for a real challenge at TPC. After all, it was built for the pros.
Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club is Jack Nicklaus’ Lowcountry masterpiece. It is visually stunning with its plantation setting, oak canopies and captivating marsh views. A round at Pawleys Plantation is unlike any other in the world, mostly because the piece of land on which the course sits is remarkable, and as beautiful as it is exciting to traverse.
For those who know Lowcountry golf, Willbrook Plantation Golf Club in Pawleys Island is considered one of the area’s best and most popular golf courses. The club embraces the history of the South Carolina coast better than any other, with numerous placards throughout the course that tell a unique story of two rice plantations dating back to 1776.
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