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
Burning Ridge Golf Course
Burning Ridge Golf Course is another of the many award winning Gene Hamm designed courses in the Myrtle Beach area. Visitors frequent this location because of its status as the 2006 area Golf Course of the Year. Serene artistic beauty and perfectly manicured putting surfaces are the highlights of this 18 hole course. The course recently underwent extensive and much needed renovations that have overturned rewarding results for avid golfers. Among other rewards, the fees are exceptionally priced and the staff provides friendly service that makes visitors feel welcome.
Large and cleverly placed bunkers, smooth surfaces, velvety soft greens, and elegantly extended fairways make the Burning Ridge Golf Course the perfect golfer friendly atmosphere. The large bunkers challenge golfers to show off their skill and swing technique. Devious twists and turns in each course tempt golfers into cutting corners while also challenging them to avoid water hazards. Skilled golfers are sure to find the challenge a pleasurable one although there are high handicaps for those with average or beginner skills.
Myrtle Beach residents and vacationers enjoy the atmosphere of Burning Ride so much that they are willing to travel just west to where it is located in Conway, South Carolina. Stepping foot onto the course is almost like stepping foot into a magical world of stunning scenic surroundings. Magnificently tall trees and plenty of sparkling lakes surround the area to create an all-natural environment. The offering of a par 72 along with plenty of sand and water hazards quells the hunger for a challenge in even the most avid golfer.
Burning Ridge Golf Course500 Burning Ridge Road
Conway, South Carolina
Course Architect - Gene Hamm
Year Opened -
Course Slope - 128
Holes - 18
Burning Ridge Golf Course Scorecard