Closures of golf courses on Grand Strand getting scary
The loss of golf courses along the Grand Strand is starting to get scary. It’s one thing when lesser courses are sold for re-development, because that could be seen as simply market forces at work. Oversaturation and booming real estate value can explain that.
But when premier resorts like Wild Wing Plantation are threatened, that’s something else altogether. The plantation was recently bought by a local group from a Japanese conglomerate, acording to Myrtle Beach Online, and the new owners say they may redevelop part of the four-course facility, one of the Grand Strand’s elite.
The new owners told the publication they wanted to keep golf on the property, but probably not all 72 holes. This isn’t good news for golfers, who have flocked to the Grand Strand for decades because of the dizzying array of golf options. Those options are decreasing at an alarming rate.
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