Wachesaw Plantation East Golf Club represents the best of a traditional Scottish Design golf course. Architect Clyde Johnston carved this course out of a former rice plantation in Murrells Inlet. With rolling mounds and tree-lined fairways, Wachesaw East can be visually challenging. Good golf shots are typically rewarded and especially ones landing on the receptive, quick and true rolling greens.
Known for hosting four LPGA Tour events, Wachesaw East provides a fantastic value for golfers wanting to play a well-maintained course for a few bucks less. Named 2007 Myrtle Beach Golf Course of the Year by the Myrtle Beach Golf Course Owners Association, Wachesaw East remains a frequent favorite place to play by Myrtle Beach locals.
by Mike D.(Oneida,NY) - 03/21/2017
So glad this course is in great shape again. Love the greens here. The pro staff went out of their way to accommodate a large group. The grill is fantastic. Bag staff great also.
by Mike D.(Oneida,NY) - 03/15/2017
Glad to see that this course is back in good shape after the flood damage last year. The staff was great as well. Greens were great, This is a nice layout which does require accuracy off the tees. We will definitely be back.
by J W - 02/18/2017
From the bag drop to the 18 th green a super day! Course was in Great shape.
Impressed with how friendly and professional the staff was. Looking forward to a return round soon!
by Reid - 09/13/2016
The course is in good condition and improving each week. The staff has done a great job in getting the course back in shape.
by Reid - 09/13/2016
Course in good shape. Staff has done a great job in getting the course back in shape
by beausoleillouise - 05/03/2016
We played that course many times. It was sure value until yesterday. The majority of the greens are in really bad condition. Because of it they gave us a round free witch is fair. I would suggest not to play this course right now. Wait for the habitual course conditions.It's usually a very Nice course.
by Ron - 04/01/2016
This course is typically in descent shape and a nice layout. However,at present the greens are in very bad condition and in my opinion the course shouldn't even be open until they get this current problem fixed. At very least they should be notifying patrons of the problem when they call in & they should be charging them a reduced rate. I fully realize what a financial burden this might cause but it is totally unfair to pass that burden on to unsuspecting golfers.
by LY - 03/21/2016
This is normally a nice course BUT until the greens are back in shape, it is a bit discouraging. The majority of greens are like putting on cardboard. We understand that the weather has been an issue but that should be told or the customer before the tee time is made.
by Timothy - 02/09/2016
I like the layout of the course and the staff is friendly but that's about the only good thing that can be said at this point in time.
TOO MUCH RAIN and not enough drainage. Carts on path on some holes and should have had the carts on paths on every hole. The fairways are thin and about 1/3 of the greens have NO grass. They are painted and
almost unplayable. I would go anywhere before I go back to Wachesaw because putting is a big part of the game. Sorry that I have to give them a bad review but I would avoid this course until the greens recover.
by Timothy - 02/03/2016
Go someplace else for now. Two things, the course doesn't drain well, so 6300 yds from the white tees plays like 6800. The worst about Wachesaw is the greens right now. They are painted and a number have no grass at all. It's a shame but I think either disease or too much rain has ruined the greens for now. I really enjoy the layout but if I were to play again, I would use a 2 putt maximum rule because some are unusable.
I do hope they can have a good growing season this spring but I would not go there until then. I was very disappointed because last winter they were okay.
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