Laid Back Golf is How They Roll on Pawley’s Island
By Dave Finn
The Pawley’s Island region of South Carolina is best known for its’ “low country-style” layouts – courses built on former rice plantations lined with moss-draped hardwoods and surrounded by an abundance of marshlands.
These are courses built on former rice plantation lined with moss-draped hardwoods and surrounded by an abundance of marshlands. The flatter landscape and quiet serenity contributes to Pawleys Island’s reputation for being considerably more laid back than central or northern Myrtle, but don’t be lulled by the calm environment as you will be challenged to ‘bring your best game.’More