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Host Golf Courses
Barefoot - Love Course
The Love Course at Barefoot Resort is a traditional course with a Lowcountry character and incorporates Davis Love III’s Carolina golfing experiences in the design. This visually striking course features course generous landing areas and green complexes similar to those found on Pinehurst #2, which has hosted more single golf championships than any golf course in America.
Caledonia Golf & Fish Club
Caledonia Golf and Fish Club has rapidly gained a reputation as one of the premier courses in America. It is the first solo design of late, great golf course architect Mike Strantz. Strantz approached his assignments in a unique way—as an artist, rather than an engineer. His exceptionally creative eye is reflected in the way he sculpted Caledonia’s 18 holes, with large, creative greens guarded at times by ponds, streams and imposing bunkers.
Litchfield Country Club
Litchfield Country Club’s continuing popularity has more than supported its longevity. The reason is simple: Willard Byrd’s original design, one applicable to the well-rounded, won’t beat up most players. It also isn’t crafted toward the big hitters, measuring at less than 6,700 yards from the back tees. That’s how the golf course opened in the 1960s, and that’s how it remains nearly 50 years later.
River Oaks Golf Club
River Oaks Golf Club has been carved from 800 pristine acres stretching along the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. The unique 27 hole (three nines) design provides the ideal experience for visiting and local golfers. Designed by Gene Hamm and Tom Jackson. all three nines were intended to challenge golfers of all skill levels. Each were named for animals found in their natural habitats when the course was developed – Fox, Otter, and Bear.Take your pick, and you’re sure to enjoy!
Wild Wing Plantation offers all the discriminating golfer is looking for in a great day on the greens. We have two courses that are sure to make your golf experience memorable. The Avocet course, designed by Larry Nelson and Jeff Brauer, has been a Myrtle Beach must-play for nearly two decades. Recently renovated, the Hummingbird Nine is quickly becoming a must-play along the Grand Strand.
The Wizard is another masterpiece from the genius of Dan Maples. With this course, Maples found inspiration in the links courses common to Scotland. In fact, the course is even marketed at times as your opportunity to be “transported to the Scottish Highlands.” Maples discovered a wonderful mix between Highlands characteristics and the kind of golf one expects to find in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. You can feel the links inspiration, and the result is a unique golfing experience that sets itself apart from the many other great courses in the area.
*Please Note – Courses are subject to change and may be added or removed at any time based on the number of participants registered