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Heritage Club, one of the five courses in the Legends Group, is located in Pawleys Island, South Carolina. This course has received a number of distinctions from Golf Digest such as “Top 50 Golf Courses in Myrtle Beach” in 2007, “Best Public Courses in South Carolina” in 2008, “Best in State” in 2005, 2007, and 2009. The Heritage Club ranked in “America's 100 Greatest Public Courses” by Golf Digest in the years 2005, 2007, and 2009. It was also given 4 ½ stars by Golf Digest’s “Places to Play.”
Built on a rice plantation, Heritage Club's oak-lined drive leads to a plantation style clubhouse. With large undulating greens and rolling fairways, the course challenges both the junior and senior players. This par 71 Dan Maples-designed course will be host to the “Father and Son Team Classic” in July 2013. Your tee shot on the 175-yard par 3 13th hole is threatened by water surrounding the green. The lakes and marshlands create a Lowcountry beauty that is unmatched as the golfer finishes on a 470-yard par 5 and returns to the clubhouse.
Beautiful course, challenging but fair. Slowest of the three Legends courses we played at just over 5 hours, but it was our only weekend round. Grill has better food than at their main courses, and even Guinness was on their included beverage list. Worth the drive South of MB.
Great experience all the way around.
What a wonderful place to test your game. The greens are absolutely diabolical and will certainly test your patience. This is not a cookie-cutter type of course as each hole offers its own unique challenge. Be prepared for forced carries, well guarded greens and risk/reward course management decisions. A nice bonus for us was a lunch and soft drinks are included with the greens fees. Of the 40+ courses I've played along the Grand Strand I must say the Heritage is right up there as one of my favorites.
The course condition and layout is spectacular
Heritage is such a great course but ........... it is the Mother Ship of the Legends Resort and the pace of play is sooooooooo slow. My son and I played it twice. 1st time we were behind a 4-some that was double hitting ALL DAY LONG. My son and I actually hit into and over them at least 4 times and they never even raised their heads to look back at us. Even the cart lady was pissed because she had to sit idle waiting on them to finish shots. 2nd time .... we had a 12:44 tee time. Got into a cart at 2:10. The course overbooked like an airline, only worse. Front 9 took 3 hours 22 minutes. Same nonsense, double hitting, no Ranger pressing groups to move along. We left the course, drove the cart to the truck and left it there. It is really sad thought that management let's such a great course be looked at with such low ratings. Dollars definitely have the priority over the golf experience at Heritage. Four of my greatest friends on earth are coming to our place at Pawleys Island in Sept 2016, just to play golf. Not a chance I will try to get us on at Heritage because of these experiences.
One of our favorite course in the south area of MB. The pace was really too slow...may be it was over booked. The course was however in great condition as always. The staff was as usual nice and warm. The course was a bit wet so it was car path...a good way to keep it in good condition.
Absolutely beautiful! Great course, will definitely play again! A must play!
Nothing but good golf on a great course. ALL the greens were in good shape and the staff was very helpful. When you get breakfast, lunch, and golf for $50 it's the best deal in Myrtle area.
Been playing Heritage since 1989, favorite course. Was not made aware of food/beverage coupons until we checked in at pro shop.
Was a beautiful course. Was unfortunately cart path only, however they did accommodate my father who is handicap with a flag. Everyone was very helpful and extremely nice. Course in excellent condition. Would definitely play again.
Excellent course. However, was not aware breakfast and lunch was included until we arrived to play.
Staff was great.
Wonderful course, no two holes the same, I could play it everyday. The staff across the board was awesome, polite, and went out of their way to make our day extremely enjoyable. We were lucky to play with two members who helped us work our way around the course and negotiate the large green complexes. We'll be back!
Very nice course but last holes really unplayable so wet, although we toughed out a severe downpour on the last hole!
Classy course, beautiful layout, nice staff. Holds up very well to any course in Myrtle Beach area.
We played there on a cold day but the course is a favorite. The greens are a little furry right now but quite puttable. On the first tee, we watched two eagles land in the nest near the tee. Quite pretty. This course has a some very tough golf holes and a couple that are easy. Love this course and the people that run it are great. Breakfast, Lunch and golf very not much money. I'll return.
I have played this course a few times in previous years. It is one of my favorites. Only bad thing is we had a late tee time because someone at the course made an error and allowed an extra group of ten people out which pushed our tee time from 12:00 to 1:00 pm just finished before dark and did not enjoy the second nine because of rushing to finish before dark. Love this golf course.
(Liked) the scenery and wildlife.
Great course, usually love to play it, this year it was the worst condition ever.
Green were like lightning.
Awesome course and facility. Definitely a must play. The only notable oddity is the parking and range are accessible by livery cart. Even exiting the 18th you are not allowed to drive to your vehicle. it really seems like they are trying to force tips out of players. Other than that a great course.
Liked the layout and Southern charm.
Have played every year. Continues to be a favorite. The prior courses played this year (River Club and Litchfield CC) had monuments at the tees and GPS on the carts. Although not absolutely necessary, would have been helpful.
Great hole design.
The gators on the 18th hole made this my favorite course of the week. The old plantation feel of the course was the other reason I liked it. We are not highly skilled golfers so enjoying the scenery is a bonus.
Very nice course, slow play they stack them in to tight cant get a replay dont think we will play there next year.
(Would like to have known prior to play) if they are seeding, working on course that would require walking the course.
Course conditions were sloppy, tremendous rain and standing water in fairways.
We haven't been there for ten years since they lost the greens. It was in great shape. The bag drop guys were ok, the restaurant service was outstanding, the course too! Two problems at this place were the rule on no carts in the parking lot and the nasty guys at day's end that won't let you watch your friends come in on 18 because they want to go home. Our group was 3rd from last. We played in 4 hours. A real jerk in the cart barn.
Everything about this course is wonderful. Had a heavy amount of rain the night prior and the course was cart path only. Made for a long day. One of our golfers is recovering from a broken leg and even with the extremely wet conditions he was given a H'cap flag and allowed to proceed with due caution. GREAT HOSPITALITY!!
This was the best course we played on vacation. Highly recommended.
Greens were bouncy because of recent aeration. The course is beautiful and fun to play.
Would have been nicer to have bags loaded onto carts upon arrival. Did not like that our group had to stand around waiting.
This is one of my favorite courses in area along with Caledonia which I played a couple of weeks earlier. They had just worked on the greens earlier in the week and they needed another week to recover. However, still a beautiful course that played great! Scenic views and a good far test of golf for all players!
Plug the greens and didnt tell us ... at bag drop the guys were jerks.
Greens has just been punched and sanded. Were not told of this but otherwise nice course.
Setting is beautiful. Condition of course was ver good
Just great. Breakfast and lunch a real plus. Will play the course again on our next trip.
Just a nice layout. We've played the course 10-12 times over the last ten years.
Posted on 11/27
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. Up north, maybe. Down here in Golf Capital, U.S.A., we can’t be bothered with such environmental concerns. In South Carolina’s Grand Strand - a section of 60-plus miles of beaches and 90 or so golf courses - the links are still welcoming despite the season. - Read More
Posted on 09/18
Marsh grasses, ponds, waste and sand bunkers. Any old course can plunk a hazard down and affect a hole. Some designers, however, found a way to get really creative with theirs. The Perfect Round series showing the best of Grand Strand golf includes several holes where the hazard not only alters strategy and playability - it is directly responsible for the hole’s personality. - Read More
Posted on 05/15
The results are in, and Myrtle Beach’s Perfect Round project speak to an underlying truth more often than not. Some golf course architects have something most others do not. - Read More
Posted on 04/09
Each of the Par 4s that found themselves included in the Perfect Round hold a special place among their counterparts in the Myrtle Beach golf scene. - Read More
Posted on 03/16
Panel Says Some Of Myrtle Beach's Best Golf Holes Are At Caledonia, Grande Dunes, TPC Myrtle Beach, Pawleys Plantation, Tidewater And Willbrook Plantation - Read More
Posted on 02/01
Amid the hoopla of the Myrtle Beach golf scene is a conglomeration of 11 of the finest courses the area has to offer. Together, their distinction comes with a separate moniker - the Waccamaw Golf Trail. From the north end of Murrells Inlet down to the southern tip of Pawleys Island, those tracks represent high-end golf with a Lowcountry feel. Centuries-old plantations, bending rivers and moss-covered oaks are incorporated into some fantastic designs that as a whole are unattainable anywhere else - Read More
Posted on 01/23
Most of the country is deep into the chill of winter. What's the best way for snow-bound and ice-weary golfers to shake off the bad weather, winter blues? Think spring — and start planning a spring golf trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. Book during January and your spring golf rounds in America's Seaside Golf Capital will cost you less. - Read More
Posted on 12/02
We continue our multi-part series with four reasons to point the compass down from Myrtle Beach proper and take advantage of the Waccamaw Golf Trail. - Read More
Posted on 09/15
When Golf's editors recently released their 2016/2017 “Top 100 Courses You Can Play” list and “Best In State” rankings, they confirmed the Myrtle Beach area has the best collection of golf courses in the country. - Read More
Posted on 08/01
Getting to the top of the Grand Strand golf echelon isn’t easy. Competition is fierce. Different courses have varying selling points. And let’s not forget that personal taste always prevails. - Read More
Posted on 03/10
Heritage Club, Glen Dornoch Waterway Golf Links and Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club have joined impressive company with their first-time inclusion in the South Carolina Golf Course Ratings Panel’s “Top 50 Golf Courses” rankings for 2016. - Read More