Pawley’s Plantation Golf & C.C.

The Pawley’s Plantation Golf is a Jack Nicklaus golf gem that is perfectly set in one of South Carolina’s vast scenic terrains. The rare design of this stunning golf vacation destination has been attracting golf enthusiasts coming from the different parts of the globe. It has also been considered as a golf course where guests can play as much as they can but will never take the same shot twice. That is why the layout has been cited as among Carolina’s finest courses. Among the various accolades that this golf course has been receiving includes the Zagat Survey’s “America’s Top Courses”, Golf World’s “South Carolina Top 30”, and the “Best Places to Play 4 Stars” by Fodor’s Golf Digest.

What makes Pawley’s Plantation Golf quite different from the rest of the golf courses in Myrtle Beach is that it’s a player’s course. In order to make it through the tough challenges of the layout, every golfer must have the ingenuity, strategy, and concentration. The subtle greens swathed by sand bunkers and the challenging fairways that come with unique obstacles and water features are some of the interesting things that golfers must watch out for. Not only that. Nature lovers can also wander around the golf course and catch the best views of this historical coastal region set amid the magnificence of the ancient moss-draped oaks.

If you would want to have an exceptional golfing experience while taking a break, then Pawley’s Plantation Golf is the best escape you can have. There are already plenty of golf vacation packages that can perfectly go well with your budget as well as preferences. And guess what? Kids can play for free with every paid adult. That’s good news when you want to spend quality time with your kids on the greens.

















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