Located on the extreme southern end of the Grand Strand, this semi-private golf course offers golfers a great getaway from the hustle and bustle of the nearby cities to a slower pace of life and play reminiscent of the Old South. The beautiful yet challenging course was designed by Porter Gibson and Bob Toski and features an 18 hole, par 71 layout with Bermuda grass tees, fairways and greens.
Despite the course changing hands over the years; the newest owners have continued to improve the course. For those who are looking for more than just a challenging round of golf, the natural scenery of Magnolia trees, azaleas, dogwoods and century-old Oak Trees laden with Spanish moss never disappoint. There is also an abundance of wildlife including deer, water foul, bald eagles, turtles and the occasional alligator.
Wedgefield Plantation offers golfers of all handicaps to choose between five different sets of tees: the longest stretching over 7,000 yards and the shortest stretching a leisurely 6,300 yards. Whether a golf novice or professional, the course will prove an excellent playing surface and design. In 2008 the greens were renovated with Tifdwarf Bermuda grass to ensure a superior playing surface year-round.
After a challenging game of golf, many members and visitors may choose to visit the historic Manor House built in 1909 which includes a golf Pro Shop, Bar, Dining Room and an outside Terrace that overlooks the 18th hole of the golf course. Come see what makes the historic Wedgefield Plantation Golf Course an unforgettable golfing experience.