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
Beachwood Golf Club
Since its opening in 1968, the Beachwood Golf Club is one of the oldest and popular golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area. In fact, golf lovers continuously come back every year to enjoy the natural vegetation provided by the combination of Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean setting as well as the varied skill level provided by Gene Hamm's unique course design. As a staple course, Beachwood has been home to many distinguished events. The fairways intricately wind through an array of brightly colored flora and clear lake designs.
Beachwood Golf Club provides an excellent family friendly atmosphere since children sixteen and under play free when accompanied by a paying adult in the summer PM hours. Hamm's impeccable design provides a fun experience rather than one that is centered on frivolousness. Thanks to advanced booking, preferred tee times are easily accommodated by an always friendly and professional staff. Lined by towering Carolina pines, the uniquely designed fairways provide just enough simplicity for beginners and yet just enough challenge to please even the most avid golfer.
After a full day of golfing, relax at the Beachwood Grill for a refreshing drink and a delicious bite to eat. For the early morning golfers, a full breakfast menu is provided so that tee time gets off to the perfect start. Families can celebrate a great round of fun and enjoyment with a tasty lunch while soaking in the beauty of the landscape and surrounding natural vegetation including colorful azaleas, Bermuda greens, crepe myrtles, and yards of the greenest fairways around.
Beachwood Golf Club1520 Highway 17 South
North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Course Architect - Gene Hamm
Year Opened - 1968
Course Slope - 120
Holes - 18
Beachwood Golf Club Scorecard