The Wasechaw Plantation East is a Clyde Johnston masterpiece that runs through the rolling terrains of what was once a known rice plantation. This 18-hole golf facility possesses the exhilarating design that has been capturing the hearts of golf enthusiasts over the years. Since the golf course’s inception in 1996, this stunning golf vacation destination served as the host site to some of the highly acclaimed professional golf tournaments of the LPGA including the Susan G. Komen International in 1997, the City of Hope Myrtle Beach Classic in 1998 & 1999 as well as the Kathy Ireland/Greens.Com Classic in 2000.
Inspired by an authentic Scottish feel, the Wasechaw Plantation East golf course is accented by wetlands and freshwater lakes. The traditional mounding, rolling fairways, and true Tiff Eagle greens are also very evident on the entire course. And in order to challenge golfing guests, strategically placed bunkers also dot the area. The five sets of tees would also serve as the ticket for golfers of all skill levels to enjoy the diverse challenges that this golf layout offers. That is why this stunning golf vacation destination has become a recipient of various awards and recognitions including Golf Digest’s “4-Star Places to Play” and among the “Top 50 Courses in the United States for Customer Service”.
What makes this golf vacation destination more appealing is that it is perfectly carved out of a forest. While on play, golfers will also encounter 26 lakes scattered all throughout the layout. For the newcomers, a golf school is located within the vicinity of the resort. And if you and your friends decide to share exciting conversations over a sumptuous meal, Wachesaw Plantation East has a full bar, snack bar, and a restaurant.