Possum Trut Golf Club

If you are looking for a year-round fun golf escapade, then head your way to the Possum Trut Golf Club. Dubbed as the friendliest golf layout down south, this Russell F. Bredon masterpiece is a must-try when visiting Myrtle Beach. The carefully crafted 18-hole “Possum Trot” brings about the fine test of golf that can challenge even the highly skilled golfers. Its 6,966 yards of golf that plays a par 72 from the longest tees was given a 127 slope rating on Bermuda grass and a course rating of 73.1. What makes this golf vacation destination a popular choice among the local and foreign guests is not just about the well-conditioned surface greens but also the cordial greetings that the staff gives to its guests. They always see to it that guests are provided with the best services the resort can offer.

The Possum Trut Golf Club course was opened way back in 1968 with the intention of providing golfers with the challenging golf on manicured greens and well-kept fairways. And in order to pass the tradition from one generation to the next, the golf course was improved. Fairways and tees were reshaped, there was an addition of the dramatic mounding, and the course drainage and irrigation were enhanced. The course’s wide fairways also provide every average golfer the challenging tests of golfing skills while having a great time with nature. Not only that, Possum Trot Golf Club also offers guests with the finest practice facilities comprised of a short game range, a driving range, a large practice bunker, as well as a huge putting green. And after a tough day at the greens, guests can opt for good conversations over a sumptuous meal or head to the indoor golf facility to further harness their skills. At the Possum Trut, there’s always plenty of room for everyone regardless of skill levels and preferences.

 

 

 

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