Founders Club at Pawley’s Island

A splendid Low Country layout is what the Founders Club at Pawley’s Island is all about. Designed by the famed Thomas Walker, this uniquely and masterfully crafted golf holes offer the stunning visuals that no other golf courses in Myrtle Beach can provide. Regardless of what golfing skill level you posses, the layout just brings about the finest challenges that will awaken all your senses. The well versed golfers can try the 7,007-yard play while the average ones can have the 6,394-yard or 6,708-yard plays. For the women golfers, the 4,805-yard tee is available.

When playing at the Founders Club at Pawley’s Island, golfing guests can find the layout’s very typical approach. Almost all of the layout’s 18 holes provide the fair test of golf to enthusiasts without losing the sense of thrill and excitement when hitting the greens. The course is also being highlighted by four challenging Par 5s including the 6th, 9th, 10th, and 12th. In the 10th for instance, if you got a bad hole, there is not so much room for escaping. This course is a lot easier when you play from the front all the way to the back.

However, it was not an easy task to make the Founders Club at Pawley’s Island a reality. The whole team has to move about 250,000 cubic yards of earth and take advantage of the gold-and-orange natural sands to exude a more tough golf course as well as resemble a more rolling characteristics for the back nine. And after a day of swinging and hitting of golf balls, you can share a meal or two and have meaningful chats over sumptuous meals at the clubhouse. While relaxing, you can also get the best views of the 18th green. Look for golf vacation packages heading to Myrtle Beach and drop by at one of the best layout’s that the island takes pride on.

 

 

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