Witch Golf Course

A journey into the unique world of golf is what the Witch Golf Course at Myrtle Beach is all about. Designed by the famed Dan Maples, this enchanted golf vacation destination is set on the vast lands where undisturbed woodlands and wetlands abound. The 18 holes of this amazing golf course were carefully crafted to perfection to make sure it can challenge even the skilled golfers. Although this golf vacation destination exudes a gorgeous landscape, the tough challenges still lurk within the entire layout. Enchantment at the Witch course would mean getting deceived by the acres of noble scenery.

The Witch Golf Course works its way through the area’s dark and deep woods covering the swamps where few alligators thrive. While taking the tough challenges on the greens, golfers can also encounter all sorts of critters that the resort gives shelter to. Hole #10 dubbed as the Animal Kingdom can attest to that. However, this golf course is not just about the wilds, the parkland course complimented with tree-lined fairways is still very playable. The tricky greens, interesting slopes, good elevation, little undulation, and the array of challenges are something that each golfer must be used to when playing at the Witch course. The #9 hole for instance carries a 376-yard, par-4 play with the matching short marsh carry located off the tee.

At the Witch Golf Course, golf enthusiasts are always assured of an excellent course condition. And one more thing, guests will also be privileged enough to experience solitude, as the golf course was cautiously altered away from the worldly distractions of real estate developments. If you want to combine relaxation with challenging golf swings then the Witch course can take you to a golf escapade of a lifetime.

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