Pawleys Plantation Golf Club

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Pawleys Plantation Golf Club

70 Tanglewood Drive · Pawleys Island SC, 29585

It’s clear Jack Nicklaus tapped into his clever side when designing Pawleys Plantation. The par 3 13th plays less than 100 yards to a peninsula green surrounded by the marshy waters separating Pawleys Island from the Atlantic Ocean. Catch a bad gust of wind, and you’ll be fishing in your pocket for another ball. Test your skills at this one-of-a-kind course on your next trip to Myrtle Beach.

Course Highlights

  • Consistently ranked among the top courses by Golf Insider
  • A Jack Nicklaus Signature Course that players of all skill levels can enjoy
  • Soak in the unique Lowcountry scenery surrounding Pawleys Island.

Course Details

Location: South
Designer: Jack Nicklaus
Rating: 72
Slope: 135
Distance: 6,522 from Blue tees

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