Located in historic Georgetown, South Carolina this course was originally a rice plantation dating back to the 18th Century. The fairways are surrounded with many magnificent oak trees. Wedgefield Plantation is a Par 71 and features 5 sets of tees with the championship tees boasting over 7,000 yards of game play.... More Info
Bald Head Island
There is a reason why Bald Head Island, located only an hour drive from beautiful Myrtle Beach, was given a four and a half star rating out of five from Golf Digest. This beautiful island golf course, designed by George Cobb, provides one of the most breathtaking views of all of the golf courses located near the Myrtle Beach area. This stunning course has been popular since its opening in 1974 and even more so since its renovation and restoration process that added just the right amount of challenge thanks to natural landscaping design.
Tim Cate restored the worn out looking atmosphere using an all-natural design of winding freshwater lagoons, forestry, and cunningly placed bunkers to make room for golfers of all skill levels. Using sand and native grass, Cate removed approximately 35 acres of rough for a more enjoyable play experience that, when combined with the captivating beauty of surrounding Mother Nature, is unforgettable. Myrtle Beach vacationers and locals feel that the hour drive to Bald Head Island is well worth the experience.
The golf course provides a well-placed fitness center and gift shop so that golfers can acquire the proper apparel, equipment, and shoes before taking off for the 18-hole course. Boasting 6,855 yards of unique golfing experience, Bald Head Island is among one of the most renowned courses in the area. Experienced golfers will enjoy the fact that they can achieve one of the longest tees for par 72. This secluded course can only be reached by passenger ferry or private boat.
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Bald Head Island5079 Southport-Supply Road
Supply, North Carolina
Course Architect - George Cobb
Year Opened - 1972
Course Slope - 126
Holes - 18
Bald Head Island Scorecard