Designed in 1986 by renowned golf architect Dan Maples, Willbrook Plantation offers golfers of all skill levels the opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of a golf course born out of a historic rice plantation. The championship golf course meanders through scenic marsh land as well as offering guests a historic overview of the plantation era long past.
Guests may enjoy after round food and beverages in the grillroom or on the porch, while reminiscing about their round. The clubhouse offers a wide variety of men's and ladies apparel and golf equipment.
Willbrook Plantation has been named one of Golf for Women Magazine’s top 25 places to play in the US and has been featured on the television shows “Nature Scene” and Golf Channel’s “Road Trip Myrtle Beach.” Willbrook Plantation is also part of the 22-course network of award-winning Prime Times Signature Courses located up and down the 60-mile stretch of the Grand Strand.
10 by Phil - 06/08/2015
Very nice golf facility. Good layout and fun golf course to play. Golf course in very good condition considering the summer heat is playing havoc with some of the local courses. Willbrook is planning aeration of the greens on 6/9/15. In a couple of weeks this golf course will be playing as well as most of the other golf courses in the area. Very nice, professional staff and with a nice grill and Pro Shop. I would recommend this golf club to anyone.
6 by Richard (Ormond Beach, FL) - 06/07/2015
Course design is outstanding and challenging. Course condition was not so great. Tees and fairways were spotty with respect to grass. Greens rolled fairly well but were bumpy in spots probably due to ball marks previous groups didn't fix.
8 by Tim (Nashville, TN) - 06/07/2015
I enjoyed the course. It was a fun layout. The historical markers were a nice touch. I would love to play it again on my next visit to Pawleys Island.
9 by Scott (Goshen, IN) - 05/30/2015
6 by Tim (Chandler, AZ) - 05/29/2015
For the first time we have been there the course was not in good condition.
8 by Brian (Pawleys Island, SC) - 05/29/2015
9 by Michel (Carignan, Quebec) - 05/20/2015
Calm, nature, condition.
8 by Jase - 05/18/2015
The 1st course we played on our 2 week trip and was a great start to the trip. Nice layout, interesting holes and good greens (after a bad winter) all resulted in a pleasurable days golf. All 16 golfers enjoyed it and highly recommended.
8 by Jerry (Marietta, GA) - 05/12/2015
Fair and open; some beautiful holes; definitely would play again.
9 by Jack (Clemmons, NC) - 05/08/2015
My wife found the course enjoyable and woman friendly. It was the most beautiful day of the year so far.
The moveable feast that is Myrtle Beach golf appeals to all sorts of players for all sorts of reasons throughout the calendar year. Some like it hot, some like it upscale, some seek out less expensive months, some like it for at least 36 holes a day, some prefer to set aside ample pool and beach time.
For as much as the Grand Strand’s golf scene is a niche all its own, there’s only so many hours in the day where a round is possible. Plus, if those 18 or 36 holes weren’t so kind, finding a way to improve your day on the links after the fact never hurts, either. Below are some favorite watering holes worthy of your coin. Without catering specifically to golfers, they’ve already earned more than their fair share. And for good reason.