Following a major renovation, Arnold Palmer opened his Signature Course at Wexford Plantation in 2011. The 18–hole Wexford Course was originally designed by Willard C. Byrd and opened in 1983. After the renovation, each hole retained a distinctive and timeless look while adding numerous risk and reward challenges that offer interestingly delicate plays that require thought, imagination and a well honed short game.
The golf course is artistically blended with the natural settings of the community to provide a meticulously maintained journey through tall, majestic oaks and stately pines. It continues around our unique harbor and an expansive stretch of coastal marshlands to offer a unique but special experience with spectacular views.
According to Arnold Palmer Design Company (APDC), Wexford is by no means a replica course, but takes inspiration from a few select template holes such as The Road Hole, Redan, Alps or Biarritz and gives them a modern interpretation that is still founded in traditional and classic golf course architecture.
In addition to the outstanding new Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course, APDC also renovated the Wexford driving range and golf practice area, mirroring the renovation of the golf course with target greens and practice bunkers.
An accomplished Director of Golf and staff provide high quality golf instruction and clinics for all members with a particular emphasis on the very active junior section. Read more about the golf staff »
The Francis Marion University golf team hosted the Ninth Annual Wexford Plantation Intercollegiate Tournament on Monday, Feb. 17th and Tuesday, Feb. 18th. Congratulations to USC Aiken on their win!
Collegiate Course Summary
Collegiate Individual Results