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published by World Golf Wire May. 22, 2013
Mystical Golf - owner and operator of the acclaimed The Witch, Man O'War and The Wizard golf courses - announces its value-packed, affordable stay-and-play summer vacation getaway from June 1 - Aug. 31. Proclaimed the "Best Value" in the Grand Strand by GOLF Magazine, Mystical Golf's trio of diverse Dan Maples-designed 18s are all rated from 4 to 4-1/2 stars by Golf Digest. At $89 per person, per night (taxes included), this is an extraordinary offer. "Summer provides the best value for getaways here at Mystical Golf," says Claude Pardue, President and CEO. "We like to make it as easy as pie to play our three heralded courses and enjoy comfortable lodging ideal for recharging after a full day of fun in the sun."
published by GolfCarolina.com May. 13, 2013
Architect Dan Maples used 500 acres halfway between Myrtle Beach and Conway to craft something special, a 6,796-yard par 71 that opened in 1989. There are some memorable holes balanced between the nines. A couple of forced carries add some heroism to the day but won't overwhelm the higher handicaps. The best stretch comes through a marshy swamp to finish the front nine. It takes a solid swing to hit the par-3 seventh green, which is guarded by a pond and large bunker in front. It takes a game of leapfrog over two wetlands to reach the ninth green in regulation. The Witch does flirt with a main road at No. 11 and 12, but for the most part, golfers play through the serenity and silence of the backwoods. You're more likely to see alligators and wild turkeys along the way than other groups.
published by World Golf.com May. 01, 2013
Glen and Beth Sible have a strategy every time they head south for a spring golf trip. The couple from Carson City, Mich., seeks out courses designed by Dan Maples. Maples has done some fine work in his career, especially in his backyard of the Carolinas. But he's no big name, like Jack Nicklaus, Pete Dye or Donald Ross, and his courses rarely land on coveted "best of" lists. So why are the Sibles so bullish on Maples? It's because of the playability factor. "We try to play as many Maples courses as we can," Glen Sible said just minutes after finishing a recent round at The Witch Golf Club in Conway, S.C., just minutes from Myrtle Beach. "They are always nice. If you hit a good shot, you are rewarded." Beth Sible said Maples courses are always women friendly, the critical component that allows the couple to enjoy playing together.
published by Golf.com Apr. 23, 2013
Best Bargain - The Witch
This layout in East Conway scares wayward hitters with acres of eerie, ball-ensnaring marsh and wetlands, but delights with a back nine that sports elevation change that's rare for the area. This Dan Maples creation opens with a card-wrecking 425-yard par 4 and never lets up. Stay & Play package deals with sibling courses Man O'War and the Wizard can drive prices frighteningly low.
published by TravelGolf.com Apr. 15, 2013
This is my first trip to Myrtle Beach in arguably its busiest season, and it's easy to see why this is such a sought-after golf destination every spring, especially for those in the Midwest and East Coast. When my plane left Michigan yesterday, there were semi-snowflakes flying outside. It was just a quick less-than-two-hour flight, and within an hour of landing I was on the first tee at The Witch Golf Links in Conway, S.C., just 20 minutes from downtown. That's about as smooth a trip from snow country to golf country gets this time of year. The Witch is one of the dozens of underrated golf courses in the region because it's away from the beach. It's fun from the white tees (6,300 yards). It won’t beat you up, and there’s not a house or condo in sight. I saw several alligators and a fivesome of wild turkeys that tried to play through on our front nine.
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