A Southern Gem in Pawleys Island
Litchfield Country Club was Pawleys Island’s first course, opening the floodgates for an area that has become a golf travel hotspot. While the surrounding area has grown considerably. Litchfield’s commitment to golfers remains unchanged, delivering a classic design, outstanding conditions, and customer service that makes everyone feel like a member for a day.
A semi-private facility, Litchfield plays through soaring live oak trees draped in Spanish moss, a picturesque backdrop for a layout that places a premium on hitting fairways and intelligent golf. The Willard Byrd design is home to an assortment of doglegs that rewards golfers for playing a tactical game. In keeping with its old school ethos, the course’s greens aren’t exceedingly big but they are open in front, allowing golfers to be creative in how they approach the pin. Whether you are on a golf vacation or a resident looking for a club to join, Litchfield is one of the Myrtle Beach area’s quiet stars.
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Weddings & Private Events at Litchfield Country Club
A Favorite Lowcountry Event Venue in Pawleys Island, South Carolina
While the golf attracts much of the attention, the appeal of LItchfield extends far beyond the course. Blessed with a stunning piece of Lowcountry property, Litchfield is one of the Myrtle Beach area’s most popular venues for weddings, rehearsal dinners, birthday parties, anniversary celebrations, reunions and so much more. The inviting rocking chairs, double grand staircase, chandeliered ballroom and flexible spaces have helped make Litchfield, which can host up to 150 people, a go-to spot for private events where elegance, service and setting are at the top of the priority list.
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