Golf Club At Wescott Plantation - Burn Kill Course
The Golf Club at Westcott Plantation is a 27-hole course that is situated within one of the area's oldest plantations. The beauty of the Lowcountry is evident throughout the golf course with centuries-old oak trees framing all the layouts and lush vegetation along every hole. The names of the courses: Oak Forest, Burn Kill, and Black Robin, all have origins in the plantation's history. Burn Kill is tighter off the tees than Oak Forest, but more generous than Black Robin. The golf course has a classic bunkering style and there are streams, ponds, and wetlands interspersed throughout for added challenge. The 8th hole is one of the most unique holes of the entire course. On this par 3, the black and blue tees attack the green from a completely different angle than the white, green, and red.
|Red (W)||36||2517 yards|
|Black M: 74.2/135||402||355||431||182||565||448||430||218||532||3563||7210|
|Blue M: 72.4/130||378||344||406||167||549||433||400||200||511||3388||6810|
|White M: 70.1/127||360||320||385||150||525||405||379||184||486||3194||6353|
|Green M: 67.0/117 W: 72.8/129||321||262||355||110||489||371||340||138||452||2838||5685|
|Red M: 64.1/113 W: 69.2/116||293||234||310||85||442||306||296||127||414||2507||5000|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Meeting Facilities, Banquet Facilities
Tee boxes in awful condition; Fairways could gave been better; greens rolled nice
The pro shop attendant was rude and unpleasant. The course was dry and seemed to be unmaintained. Overall was a D. I get that we are in a different environment in the world. With that, we still shouldn't be treated like we aren't welcome instead of guests.
Course was in decent shape. Fairways were firm so drives were getting some good roll. Greens were OK but people don’t fix their ballmarks. Pace of play was a bit slow but just a bit over 4 hours.
Great Day of golf
This was a great find for our last day of golf while heading back home to New York from Florida. The course was very challenging but very fair. The greens had been aerified so the putting was a little tough but they still rolled fairly good it was just hard to get the right pace. That is on me not the greens. All in all it was a great day playing golf on Easter Sunday with my wife.
Golf w/o much grass
There was very little grass growing on the course, even in the fairways. If you like hitting off of very little dead grass or almost no grass then this is the place for you. Greens were OK except whenever they aerated (several weeks ago?) they really didn’t fill the holes very well. Tees were OK. Course was dry for the most part, and greens were not soft! The layout for Burn Kill and Oak Forest were good; many holes were gentle doglegs or straight. No funky holes.
Great round, great pace
Incredible round and facility top to bottom. About as good as a public city owned golf course can get. Pace was awesome!!!!!
A lot of fun
Enjoyed playing this course for the first time with my 11 year old son. Was challenging but fair. Great value.
While the food and beer are great, there did seem to be any grass on the course sti dormant so a lot of roll.
Fun Course - Extremely Slow
The course was in great condition. We ended up leaving after 7 holes, as it took us almost 2.5 hours to get to that point. Overall the course was great. Pace of play was not, even with cart path only conditions. There is a lot of retirement communities around the golf course, so there wasn’t a ton of fast moving golfers. Would play again, maybe at a different time of year.