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Located in the southern tip of the Grand Strand, Pawleys Plantation originally opened as a private course back in 1988. However, after Hurricane Hugo altered some of the property, the course opened up to the public and has been widely popular since. The course winds through numerous freshwater lakes before exploding into a salt water marshland when players make the turn after the 9th hole. The 14th hole is by far the toughest on the course, although it’s a reachable par 5. At 525 yards, the hole requires a precise shot off the tee following by a long iron or a wood blasted up into the landing area shy of the green. Anything to right ends up deep in the marshland while the left is covered with sand. Getting to 15 with a par is nothing to be ashamed about. That’s just some of the challenges you’ll face at this Jack Nicklaus design.