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 Al (St. Paul, MN) - 10/29/2014
The Witch is one of our favorite courses. Always a fun day when you play the Witch.
8 by Pat (Wingdale, NY) - 10/28/2014
Ten out of the 18 holes we had to wait for the guys mowing.
8 by Greg (Raleigh, NC) - 10/28/2014
7 by Joe (Whitby, ON) - 10/27/2014
The tees were in horrible shape, they had been moved to sandy spots where you couldn't get proper footing. A few of the greens were also in poor shape, otherwise a nice course.
8 by Don (Lynbrook, NY) - 10/26/2014
Seems that early rain caused this course to be in poor condition. The greens were in poor condition with a few damaged due to weather. Putting was not an easy adventure. The tee boxes were also in poor condition. Our group will not play this course on our next trip to Myrtle Beach. It is a very challenging course but sorry to say, it didn't meet our expectations.
4 by Tom (Lynbrook, NY) - 10/26/2014
5 by Frank (Greensboro, NC) - 10/25/2014
The whole course was very wet -- somebody said it was being watered heavily as some overseeding had been done. Not a pleasant round.
9 by Gary (Sea Cliff, NY) - 10/23/2014
8 by Thomas (Perry Hall, MD) - 10/23/2014