It's official: Wild Wing Plantation in Myrtle Beach to lose three courses
As reported last week, the Wild Wing Plantation’s new owners plan to close three of its four popular courses, leaving Myrtle Beach golfers with only 27 of the plantation’s current 72 holes. The Avocet will be the only course left, and another nine-holer will include parts of two other courses, though it isn’t expected to open until next year.
The Wood Stork and Hummingbird courses are expected to close in June and the Falcon next year.
The plan became official when it was presented to the Conway planning commission. The commission recommended to the Conway city council the plan be approved with some changes, according to the Myrtle Beach Sun newspaper.
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