The Golf Club At Wescott Plantation first opened for play in November, 2000. The course was designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan.
All 27 holes are tree lined. The routing of the golf course, combined with the abundant trees provides a sense of isolation in that you rarely ever see another golf hole other than the one you are playing. Each of the three nines stretches to over 3,550 yards from the back tees, so any combination of nines will result in a back tee length of over 7,100 yards. But with at least five tees on each hole, golfers can choose tees from 5,120 yards up to 7,100 yards depending on their ability, so that they can truly enjoy their golf at Wescott Plantation.
The design captures the old traditional flavor of low flowing earthworks, classic bunkering, and each hole separated and framed by the vegetation. To this are tied wide landing areas, strategic and offset angles of play from various tees and fairway landing areas.
The signature hole at Wescott Plantation is #8 on the Oak Forest nine. This par-3 hole can be a tough hole to par. It plays as long or as short as you like (200/189/169/149/115 yards). With a lake running all the way down the left side to the green, hitting it "fat" or "chunky" or "left" is not a good option.
Member (cart included), played on Thursday, July 2012 at 10am
I became a member here because of the three 9-hole courses - they're in great shape and it's well worth the money.
$41 (cart included), played on Friday, October 2010 at 2pm
Excellent course to play when in Charleston
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