Trio of Myrtle Beach-area course unveil bunker enhancements
Courtesy of Mystical Golf

Trio of Myrtle Beach-area course unveil bunker enhancements

Mystical Golf invests $750,000 into upgrades at The Witch, Man-O-War and The Wizard.

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Mystical Golf announced the results of its comprehensive $750,000 renovation of its trio of Myrtle Beach-area layouts: The Witch, Man-O-War and The Wizard. 
 
The renovation is part of Mystical Golf’s substantial annual investments in providing the best possible playing conditions and experiences for returning guests. Most notably, the 142 bunkers on all three layouts have been completely rebuilt and now showcase vibrant white sand, creating a contrast with the emerald green fairways and greens. 
 
In addition to the striking transformation of the bunkers, Mystical Golf also enhanced and modernized the irrigation systems on The Witch and Man-O-War layouts for superior course maintenance throughout the entire golfing year. The extensive network of cart paths and bridges on the distinct properties were also upgraded. Playing through the incredible beauty of the Waccamaw Swamp, The Witch alone features over a mile of bridges. 
 
Additionally revitalized were Mystical Golf’s three themed clubhouses – haunted house (The Witch), Scottish castle (The Wizard) and fishing camp (Man-O-War). 
 
“Our customers know they are going to play on three of the finest courses in not only Myrtle Beach, but the Southeast U.S. as well,” says Claude Pardue, President and CEO. “While our maintenance and renovation investments are significant, our quest to hear golfers raving about how spectacular our courses are after their rounds is music to our ears.” 
 

In preparation for its spring season, Mystical Golf also makes a sizable annual investment in overseeding its three layouts with ryegrass. CLICK HERE to read more about the work of Mystical Golf superintendents Bill Walton and Roy Holseberg.  

Its three layouts are highlighted by fun elements, including the only back-to-back island greens in the game (Man-O-War), a front nine of dramatic holes weaving through secluded swampland teeming with wildlife (The Witch), and a splendid layout reminiscent of Scotland and Ireland’s classic courses complete with authentic sod-faced bunkering and castle-style clubhouse (The Wizard).