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Year Built: 1988
Course Designer: Jack Nicklaus
Club Type: Public course
Water Hazard: Lakes & Ponds
Food and Beverage
Restaurant: Palmetto Pub
Meals: Lunch & dinner
Bar: Serves beer, wine & mixed drinks
Showers: Showers in locker rooms
Driving Range: Driving Range
Putting Greens: Putting Green
Chipping Range: Chipping Green
Club Rentals: Mens & womens left & right handed club rentals
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A beautifully maintained course that, overall, is one of Jack's better designs. Although beautiful, the par-3 holes on the back-nine are very, very difficult in windy conditions with little, if any room to 'miss'. I'd recommend playing this course up a set a tees from wherever you'd normally play. If you don't hit it far enough off the tee to get a reasonable approach angle to the green you'll find yourself with some very challenging approach shots, as Jack designed it. This course is definitely worth playing again!
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The serene surroundings of the marshes and creeks threading through Pawleys Island, framed by 200-year-old moss-draped oaks, perfectly play into a memorable day of golf at Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club. Jack Nicklaus was meticulous when designing this classic Low country course in 1988, one in which it's common for golfers to play numerous times and never have the same shot twice. That's because sand bunkers, water-bordered fairways and unique obstacles creep closely around the Bermuda grass greens. That's garnered national attention from Zagat, who named Pawleys Plantation one of "America's Top Courses"; Golf World, who ranked it among the top 30 courses in the state in 2009 and 2010; and Golf Digest, who awarded the course 4 stars in "Places to Play." The 18-hole Pawleys Plantation measures in at 7,026 yards, a par 72 and slope rating of 140. Additional amenities include the charming clubhouse and conference facility, as well as the Phil Ritson-Mel Sole Golf School, named one of the "25 Best Golf Schools in America" by Golf Magazine.
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Rare Jack Nicklaus designSand bunkers and water-bordered fairwaysAwarded 4 stars "Best Places to Play"