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.
9 by Jim (Slidell, LA) - 06/24/2015
Average golfer friendly, always in great condition.
9 by Tim (Chandler, AZ) - 05/29/2015
8 by James (Columbia, SC) - 05/06/2015
Staff was good, but just seemed to be going through the motions, nothing above average. Course is tighter than most others in the area. Greens are nice and fairly flat.
7 by Ken - 04/30/2015
Treated well by everyone. Course in good shape for the season.
8 by Steven (Foxfire Village, NC) - 04/30/2015
Excellent staff. Friendly, courteous and helpful.
6 by David (Staten Island, NY) - 04/23/2015
Tee boxes needed work, weren't even.
9 by Louis - 03/22/2015
Played with a foursome. Each of stated the greens were in avg. to above avg because of a lot of the greens had spots of sparse grass along the perimeter and other areas. The dabs of patchy grass on the greens did not seem to interfere with the roll of the golf ball. Overall-We all enjoyed every aspect of the course and will most definitely return to play again.
10 by Bradly (Manor, PA) - 03/11/2015
Great course and staff. Highly recommend! Greens were in great shape for March. More fairway grass than other 3 courses played this week.
8 by Timothy - 03/03/2015
We played it on a very wet day after heavy rain the day before. It was very wet in spots but still mostly playable. I want to thank the starter for allowing us to play as a twosome because my wife gets intimidated with other people and needs to hit a lot of shots during a round. Most often, pairing up is mandatory. Thank you again. The course is enjoyable to play with some easy and some very demanding holes. The last 3 holes are some of the toughest finishing holes in Myrtle Beach. You can see effects of many rounds of golf has on the course and this time of year there isn't much you can do to make repairs. I would recommend this course to anyone.
10 by Bob (Hanover, PA) - 11/19/2014
First time playing, great layout, best food we had at any course and we had table service.
One of our Prime Times Signature Courses now has a new addition to its already-popular post-round social scene. East Grill & Pub at Wachesaw East Golf Club in Murrells Inlet opened in Spring 2014, and the restaurant has an extremely appealing Cuban theme. The tropical influence is evident in the ambiance, décor and menu.
The Grand Strand’s southern beaches reside in South Carolina’s spectacular Lowcountry, an area rich in history and revered for its unspoiled beauty. And if you’re lucky enough to spend time here, you’ll soon discover it is also home to some of America’s premier resorts and golf courses.