Farmstead Golf Links

The Farmstead Golf Links is another Willard Byrd and Dave Johnson golf masterpiece set on Myrtle Beach Grand Strand’s northern end. Located just 5 minutes away from the famous Brunswick Plantation, this amazing golf escape spans through the borders of the North and South Carolina taking golfers from one state to another. And to make sure that every game is spiced up, Byrd uniquely designed 18 challenging holes that will fit almost any skill level. Most of the holes are surrounded by marsh grasses and the large greens are styled with the Tifeagle Bermuda along with the subtle undulations. Johnson on the other hand added the three par 3s and five sets of tees on the backside.

Although the Farmstead Golf Links was given a slope rating of 135, the entire golf course may seem tougher than it looks. While on play, golfers must go through the fair tests of golfing skills through the 1st hole that delivers its own challenge as well as brand of charm, all the way through the most memorable 18th. Among the many other things that make this golf layout very exciting as well as very demanding are the multiple tee boxes. The finishing hole has also been considered as the course’s most distinguishing feature. The 767-yar par-6 18th which lies on the borders of both states welcomes every golfer with the wide sweeping fairway and concludes with the large undulating green.

When visiting the Farmstead Golf Links, guests not only experience the finest golf but also the get the fair share of the best views that the Carolinas can offer. And with the Gregorian-styled clubhouse complimented with 1st class service, guests would find a perfect refuge after a tough day at the greens. Book with golf vacation experts now and tag along the entire family for a golf vacation of a lifetime.







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