Wild Wing Plantation encompasses 1,050 acres of natural beauty and splendor rarely found. A feeling of serenity exists where nature is seemingly undisturbed by the masterfully sculpted fairways which gently blend with the trees, waterways, and wildlife. This reserve is dedicated to the game of golf, enabling each course to have its own distinct personality. The vision for Wild Wing Plantation was to produce a multi-course facility that would provide challenging golf in a unique setting; a setting which would appeal to all golfers allowing them to play to, and within, their individual skill levels. Wild Wing Plantation is a 72-hole golf resort located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and is owned by Hyakumata & Co., Ltd., headquartered in Osaka, Japan. Myrtle Beach is known as the "Seaside Golf Capital of the World." Golfers have their choice of four distinctly different courses with two very important common denominators, quality fairway surfaces and outstanding PennLinks Bent Grass Greens. Golf course architects, Willard Byrd, the team of Larry Nelson and Jeff Brauer, and Rees Jones have all focused their talents to provide Wild Wing guests with aesthetically pleasing variety and challenge.
The 33,000 sq. ft. clubhouse has exceptional dining, a warm ambience and a golf shop revered as having the best selection of apparel and equipment in the area. Wild Wing commits to continue in presenting an unparalleled overall experience with a friendly and professional staff, and with the utmost quality customer services. Wild Wing Plantation is an experience best appreciated in the company of good friends, although available to the public, there is a spirit of belonging. This camaraderie coupled with a feeling of being far away from the crowds and congestion of civilization, will beckon the golfer to return...over and over again. Step up to the first tee of the Wood Stork course and embark upon an exciting golfing experience. This William Byrd course creates a parkland setting in an expanse of land previously untouched except by native wildlife.