History runs deep here on the Carolina coast and Willbrook Plantation is home to the area’s richest and perhaps greatest documented history. Dating back to the birth of our country in 1776, records tell the account of these two former rice plantation traded hands numerous times over the years and enjoyed for its bountiful harvest along with productive duck and quail hunting. In today’s modern times, Willbrook Plantation preserves these deep historical roots to offer one of the Grand Strand’s most sought after golf experiences. As part of the Waccamaw Golf Trail, Willbrook Plantation prides itself on the natural setting architect Dan Maples so wonderfully embraced to create eighteen incredible holes. Customary to land supportive of productive rice farming, golfers enjoy a variety of different terrain elements including century-old live oaks…signature Carolina pines…numerous lakes home to healthy alligators…and of course, long marsh views out towards the Waccamaw River. The meandering layout ensures a different sense each time played…from early morning stillness to long, shadows defined by the late afternoon sun. Course conditions are as enjoyable as these stunning visuals with Champion Bermuda putting surfaces well conditioned year round along with an attentive grounds crew dedicated to preparing each day’s course the very best. Artifacts from the property’s storied history can be found throughout your round with many ruins…old structures…gravesite memorials…and century-old mounding hand dug by slaves marking property lines. Defined by history, Willbrook Plantation offers a modern, storied golf experience centrally located within the Hammock Coast and it’s low country charm. Immerse yourself in the classic, canopied-oak setting signature to the area here at Willbrook Plantation…a proud member of the Waccamaw Golf Trail just twenty minutes south of Myrtle Beach in Pawley’s Island, South Carolina.
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