Wachesaw Plantation East Golf – Best of a Traditional Scottish Design
Nestled amid a former rice plantation in Murrells Inlet, Wachesaw Plantation East has reaped the awards you’d anticipate from a former LPGA event site.
Once the home of the Kathy Ireland/Greens Competition Classic, Wachesaw East was named the 2007 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year by the Myrtle Beach Golf Course Owners Association. It has also recently received honors for its fairways, customer service and playability by national publications. In short, Wachesaw East is the complete package.
Utilizing five sets of distinct tees, the Clyde Johnston design plays anywhere from 6,933 yards down to 4,995. Regardless, the thought-provoking track was crafted to reward the patient, an approach that stick with players after wrapping up on the signature hole. The green of the par-4, 430-yard No. 18 bends slightly around a small pond, leaving most to consider it one of the course’s most challenging holes.
Or, in other words, exactly what you’d expect of a former professional venue.