Dan Maples created a beauty when designing this course, with 500 acres of pristine wetlands and thick pine forests providing a challenge for golfers who venture too far off the fairways. Recognized by Golf Digest with 4.5 stars in its “Places to Play Guide,” The Sun News has also honored it as the “Best Golf Course for the Money” and a finalist for best Myrtle Beach golf course. The signature hole is No. 9 – a 373-yard par 4 that head pro Graham Williams claims is “The Witch in a nutshell: not particularly long but very challenging.”
The Witch Golf Club has recently earned an overall rating of 8.4 from reviewers at the Myrtle Beach Golf Insider, garnering praise for the course layout, friendly staff, and the diverse wildlife the course offers.
9 by Timothy - 03/08/2015
This is a "feel good" course because it plays easy. I enjoy this course after playing some of the tougher courses in Myrtle. There are few trees in play and the water can be avoided. The greens were a little furry but still playable. The staff was very friendly and helpful. I will return when my game needs a pick me up.
9 by Mike - 02/11/2015
Great golf course. Good shape for February.
9 by Rodney (Kingsford, MI) - 12/15/2014
7 by Gilles (St. Damase, Quebec) - 12/14/2014
9 by Bob (Franklin, IN) - 12/10/2014
7 by Robert (Hughesville, MD) - 12/09/2014
8 by Kevin (Aiken, SC) - 12/03/2014
10 by Mimi (Vancouver, BC) - 11/28/2014
Beautiful course, enjoyed the difference of scenery and the play of the course. Staff was friendly.
8 by David (Grove City, OH) - 11/25/2014
Poorly kept, greens appear to have not been treated with any type of fungus treatment.
10 by Rick (Thamesford, ON) - 11/23/2014
Favorite course of the week even though we played the final two holes in the pouring rain. Loved the layout especially the front nine. The scenery is spectacular. Much nicer than playing golf in peoples back yards.