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!
Wachesaw Plantation East
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Wachesaw East offers an expansive practice area and two outstanding dining options. Their East Grill and Pub offers a diverse menu that includes sit-down meals or grab-and-go sandwiches. After your round, relax on the outdoor patio with a sandwich and your favorite 19th hole beverage.
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In this video, Sean “The Beast” Fister of the Dustin Johnson Golf School at TPC Myrtle Beach in Murrells Inlet, S.C. discusses how a fixed axis of rotation is critical to generating distance in both your driver, and your iron play. That axis, though, as Sean demonstrates, will vary depending upon the type of shot you’re trying to hit.
Caledonia Golf & Fish Club has all the makings of a championship-caliber course, including notable holes like No. 14, a somewhat lengthy par 4 that challenges players to hit it out parallel to a water hazard to the left to gain a better angle into the green. As with many holes at Caledonia, oaks and flowers set a picturesque backdrop for this truly fantastic hole, one that is sure to make a lasting impression during your upcoming golf vacation along the Waccamaw Golf Trail.