Wild Wing – Avocet Course

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Wild Wing – Avocet Course

1000 Wild Wing Blvd. · Conway SC, 29526

Great things happen when a former U.S. Open winner and a legendary architect decide to partner up. Larry Nelson and Jeff Brauer were able to make magic happen with the Avocet Course at Wild Wing. No Myrtle Beach golf vacation is complete without playing the course's dual fairways and the par 4, 308-yard 14th hole.

Course Highlights

  • This course features complex bunkering, a double green and a double fairway.
  • The greens have been resurfaced with MiniVerde Bermuda.
  • The 14th hole is one of the five shortest and most fun in Myrtle Beach.

Course Details


Slope Rating

Course Rating

Location:: Central
Designer:: Larry Nelson and Jeff Brauer
Rating:: 74.6
Slope:: 133
Yardage:: 7,127 yards from Teal tees


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