Wachesaw Plantation East is yet another award winning Myrtle Beach golf course. Clyde Johnston made great use of this former rice plantation and natural terrain to design this much requested Myrtle Beach golf course. Wachesaw East is a Scottish style layout that features your typical hazards such as bunkers, wetlands and lakes. Accuracy off of the tee is required to shoot a good score. Large, undulating TifEagle greens can be very challenging. Wachesaw East is a very challenging course, but can be enjoyed by all skill levels if they play from the correct tees. The course rating is 73.6 and has a slope of 135. Wachesaw Plantation East has been enjoyed by many golfers since it opened in 1996 and continues to be a top Myrtle Beach golf course. Be sure to check out some great Myrtle Beach restaurants in scenic Murrells Inlet.