Litchfield Country Club Tee Times. Live Pricing.
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Litchfield Country Club was among the initial eight courses built on the Grand Strand (1966). It was also the first course built in the Pawleys Island/Litchfield area. Through the years, the course has maintained its original design of friendly green-side pathways for bump and run approach shots. The mature tree-lined fairways wind amid giant oaks and shimmering lakes from the original rice plantation that it was built on. If you like ‘traditional’ designed courses, you will find Litchfield to your liking.
It was nice to see the traditional architecture. The people were very welcoming g. But, the course was not on the same level as the other 4 we played.
Was not well groomed. Was not well staffed. It looked like it was closed. The drop area is not around the entrance.
Greens were horrible
Greens were slow.
Good course to start a trip with.
wasn't in great shape
The worst of the four
lots of fun here!
Not in great condition.
Loved every course we played
Greens were good the rest a little worn out
Nice. Again, the course was cart path only. Why was I not told about this. This has been going for weeks.