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.
10 by Bill (Pen Argyl, PA) - 10/18/2014
6 by Don (Raymore, MO) - 10/16/2014
Worst course of the 3 we played as far as condition of greens and tees.
9 by Steve (Wendell, NC) - 10/14/2014
Really friendly staff and the free lunch coupon was a fantastic surprise! Thoroughly enjoyed the round!
7 by Clayton (Virginia Beach, VA) - 10/14/2014
7 by Bob (Port Moody, BC) - 10/11/2014
10 by Mike (Greenville, SC) - 10/08/2014
Great people to work with. Loved the lunch and 2 drink special.
9 by Pete (Marshfield, MA) - 10/06/2014
Lots of character!!
4 by Robert (Plymouth, MA) - 10/05/2014
Will never play it again!!!
10 by Reco (Lisle, IL) - 10/03/2014
5 by Mike (Broomfield, CO) - 10/03/2014
All of the rain in the area made the entire course a swimming pool. While other courses in the area were still very playable despite the rain, The Witch was a disaster. The front 9 in particular was real bad with lots of tee shots plugging. Then trying to find spots dry enough to even hit from was laughable. It would have been nice for the pro shop to have warned us about the virtually unplayable conditions or something and we may have opted for rain checks or something instead. But given how the lady in the pro shop seemed pretty disinterested in our being there anyway, I can see why that wouldn't have happened. This course used to be one we'd play once every 2 or 3 years during our annual trip. But given the bad conditions, not being warned about them, and the general disinterest in our business I doubt we'll be going back any time soon. The girl working the grill was very nice and handled our group and our free lunch coupons very efficiently and enthusiastically...but that proved to be just a small bright spot on an otherwise awful experience. If there has been any rain recently, you should completely avoid this golf course.