Willbrook Plantation, Heritage Club: Two must-plays on your upcoming golf vacation
Born, raised and with his heart still in the Carolinas, local legend Dan Maples has always held the philosophy to “build courses that players would remember,” and he has certainly put that philosophy to good use on the South Strand, where you will find two Maples-designed courses to try on your upcoming golf getaway in Pawleys Island, S.C., with MBGolf.com and Condo-World.
For those who know Myrtle Beach golf, Willbrook Plantation is considered one of the best courses on the entire Grand Strand. The club embraces the history of the South Carolina coast better than any other, with numerous placards stationed throughout the course telling a unique story of two rice plantations dating back to 1776, on which the course now lies. While history is sure to become the star of your round at Willbrook, the golf course is memorable, too. The layout is challenging, highly creative and forces players to hit every shot in the bag. In addition, course conditions at Willbrook are always perfect, making it a great choice no matter when your trip is planned.
Put simply, Heritage Club is a masterpiece, carved through what once was another historic Lowcountry plantation. As at Willbrook, Heritage’s layout requires creativity and shot making to be successful. Centuries-old pines and oaks, luscious crepe myrtle, camellias and azaleas line wide fairways and greens that undulate as much as any in the area, while marsh and numerous water hazards require frequent forced carries. Before or after your round, enjoy breakfast or lunch at the grillroom inside Heritage’s Southern Colonial clubhouse overlooking the Waccamaw River. Heritage is truly a must-play for all who visit the South Strand. Experience it for yourself!
At Willbrook Plantation and Heritage Club, step back in time and experience golf courses that are elegantly Southern and flawlessly designed, thanks to the imagination of Dan Maples. Book one or both on your next trip with MBGolf.com and Condo-World.