Founder’s Club public golf course opens in Pawleys Island, South Carolina

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Founders Club Golf Pawleys Island Real Estate 

The Founder's Club golf course and clubhouse is built on the site of the former Sea Gull Golf Club and boast thoroughly modern facilities and design. It was conceived in 2006 but final construction was delayed by last year's drought. Founder's Club is the first new public course to open in Pawleys Island, SC in the past 5 years. Founder's Club and TPC in Scottsdale, AZ are the only two courses in the U.S. to use Emerald Bermude grass on its greens. This new strain of grass withstands Summer heat better and requires less water than other grasses. Founder's Club is the latest addition to the Waccamaw Golf Trail that also includes Blackmoor, Caledonia, Heritage Club, Pawleys Plantation, River Club, True Blue Plantation, and accommodation providers Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort and Pawleys Plantation in Litchfield, SC and Pawleys Island, SC respectively. For more information visit www.waccamawgolftrail.com

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Ross Richmond
This is one bad golf course. Too many great tracks within minutes of this sorry excuse for a golf course to ever set foot on the property. Do yourself a favor and don't turn into this terrible course run by a very rude staff.
April 20, 2008 09:29 AM
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I'm so sorry to hear that Ross had a bad experience - it really surprises me.  I've lived down here 30 years, and these owners have owned the property since the '70's.  They made a huge commitment in their redesign of what was one of the best older public courses in this area.  Unfortunately, every course has a bad day - this is a beautiful course and the owners and pro are top notch in service and support for their customers and the community.  I'm sure if the issue had been brought to the attention of the management they would have made an effort to rectify the problem.  This is a cutting-edge course, more like the kind you will see in the southwest, but still preserving a lot of water, live oaks and other natural beauties.  It has a lot of topography and rough and requires accuracy rather than just power.  All I can say is give it a try and decide for yourself.

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