Clyde Johnson designed this beautiful 27-hole Myrtle Beach golf course that opened in 1992. Brunswick is located in historic Calabash, N.C. just a few minutes from North Myrtle Beach. All three nines at Brunswick Plantation have unique qualities of their own. The Azalea Course is set in a dense forest and has a lot of water hazards to avoid. The Dogwood Course traverses through dense hardwood trees and borders the Caw Caw Creek. The Magnolia Course is more of a links design but don’t let that fool you as there are many hazards that wait for you such as water and sand. The Dogwood and Azalea nines both have one island green each.
Brunswick Plantation has been a favorite for locals and tourists for many years. They have a full-service clubhouse with a well -stocked pro shop and restaurant and bar. Many golfers insist that Brunswick Plantation be included in their Myrtle Beach golf package year after year which proves that you should include it on your next Myrtle Beach golf trip.