Looking forward to a great day at the greens? Head your way to Wild Wing Plantation – Avocet where you can test your skills at the contouring and elevated tees and greens. This signature golf vacation destination was created by the Jeff Brauer and Larry Nelson team and has been consistent in receiving citations from various golf publications. Among the awards that this golf masterpiece has already received include the “1994 Top 10 Best New Courses in America” and Golf Digest’s “4-Star Places to Play” since 1996. The Golf Course Owners Association of South Carolina also named the Avocet golf course as “South Carolina’s Golf Course of the Year” for 2002-2003.
What makes The Avocet Course of Wild Wing Plantation quite different from the rest of the layouts in Myrtle Beach is that each hole brings about unique challenges but is still very playable. Some of these holes include the opening 402-yard par-4 that is surrounded by sand bunkers, the three-tiered par-4 6th hole, the double green par-3 17th, and the 362-yard 9th with a double fairway divided by sand pot bunkers and grass. Add up the four sets of tees and you are off to a player friendly slope. Plus you can already take advantage of the layout’s Kirby Marking system where yardage blocks are already posted along the fairways of all Par 4s. The place also features the practice facilities comprised of a putting green and a targeted grass range as well as a restaurant and pro shop at the clubhouse.
And since playing at the Avocet Course of Wild Wing Plantation can be a lot of fun, golfing guests keep coming back for more. And what makes it more exciting is that you can bring along your kids and play with them at no extra charge. Kids play free with every paid adult. That’s double the fun!