Carolina’s low country has never been presented like this before. And there’s only one legend that could masterfully create such a spectacular design on a piece of property this…the great Jack Nicklaus. The Golden Bear will always be golf’s golden standard…not only on the course, but in design as well…and this signature course is one of his most visually stunning works here at Pawley’s Plantation. And with a setting like this, it’s easy to see why. The two nines offer the very best this area is known for. The front-nine boasts a ‘plantation-setting’ with the low country’s signature oak canopies and tall Carolina pines.Each hole is set unto itself with expansive fairways, traditional bunkering and glistening water hazards offering a playable challenge to every player. Turning to the back-nine, players are captivated by a setting that opens to some of the longest marsh views on the Grand Strand. Six of the back nine holes embrace the marsh setting including these two iconic par three’s…the 13th and 17th. These two holes share a long land bridge as a teeing ground and requires ‘Nicklaus-like’ accuracy to safely find the putting surface. There just isn’t another grouping of holes like this on the Grand Strand…immersed in nature and stunning visuals.A final return to the clubhouse on the18th provides a marsh-lined, par-four with hazard all down the left and a guarding lake short and left of the green. The Nicklaus experience draws players from near and far. Come experience your next remarkable round of golf at one of Myrtle Beach’s most enticing settings…at Pawley’s Plantation Golf and Country Club!