Willbrook Plantation Golf Club is an engaging 18-hole course located on the southern portion of the Grand Strand in Pawleys Island, America’s Oldest Seaside Resort.
Designed by Dan Maples, this eco-friendly golf course and member of the Waccamaw Golf Trail discreetly meanders through two plantations with a great view of Lowcountry marshes, wetlands and wildlife. Picturesque holes with wide fairways, bunkers, water hazards, and trees - yet a fair test - great for a peaceful round of golf. Willbrook is also designated as one of the “Most Women-Friendly Courses” as seen in various golf publications.
Willbrook Plantation also has a considerable practice area which includes driving range and short game area - perfect for warming up before your round.
by Skip Trumble - 01/18/2019
The course was a great Layout. With excellent greens, we received a warm greeting and the staff was very helpful. The only issue was the pace of play which was slow to begin with and then out of nowhere at the turn we found a fivesome in front of us, what started as a really fun round into a waiting game, not fun.
by Dave Bedard - 11/11/2018
Great looking golf course. Great conditions tricky.
by Michael C - 11/09/2018
Whenever we visit MB we always like to get in a round at Willbrook. A very interesting and playable course in beautiful surroundings. The course conditions were cart path only as the fairways were wet but not unplayable. The greens were in excellent shape and fairly quick. Overall it was once again a very satisfying experience.
by Gary Vernon - 11/04/2018
Open fairways and great greens.
by Normand Cloutier - 10/30/2018
The most beautiful golf Iand039ve played in the last 2 weeks.
by Mike Stover - 10/21/2018
Great low country course.
by Rich Davis - 10/09/2018
Course is in great shape greens are excellent.
by James G - 09/20/2018
Course was in great shape staff was very helpful and friendly
by David W - 09/05/2018
tough course had plus 20 handicappers playing with me course was real tight for them.
by Larry W - 08/24/2018
Hole 6 island green was our favorite.