Brunswick Plantation offers three Myrtle Beach golf courses with 27 challenging holes.
The Magnolia Course is reminiscent of the links of Scotland where golf first originated. Extensive mounding, along with large sand and grass bunkers, present challenges you will enjoy. Water comes into play on three holes and three more are heavily bunkered, so hazards are a key element of the opening holes.
The Dogwood Course meanders along the waters of the Caw Caw Creek among majestic, dense hardwood trees and natural coastal terrain. The wide-open design presents scenic landscapes and allows each golfer the opportunity to hit every club in the bag. Hole #6 is highlighted by a picturesque island green.
The Azalea Course is carved from thick, Carolina woodlands, offering a beautiful and serene setting. Water is the dominant theme on many of these holes, requiring thought and strategy on every shot. The island green signature hole is surrounded by oyster shells and is sure to be a challenge.