About the Course
Situated along the winding banks of the Black River in Georgetown, S.C., Wedgefield Country Club is a breathtaking example of South Carolina low country scenery and charm with amazing live Oaks, rolling fairways, and beautiful ponds.
This 18-hole championship golf course was founded in 1972 and designed by the renowned Porter Gibson and Bob Toski. The par 72 course stretches to 7057 yards from the tips, featuring 17 water hazards to present a challenging layout.
There are five sets of tee markers to accommodate all playing levels and the large and true rolling greens will give all golfers a fun challenge. Wedgefield plays to the natural contours of the land and, as a result, the front and back nines offer different experiences. The opening nine is sprawling, and as the course nears the water, the land begins to roll. Holes 11 through 14 play along a series of ponds and the natural elevations provide scenic views and move the water from the high ground towards the Black River.
When your round is complete and you are ready to celebrate your pars and birdies, the charming Brick House Pub awaits with high quality light fare and premium beverages.