In Wachesaw Plantation East, Clyde Johnston has created a tantalizing taste of Scottish design nestled along the freshwater lakes and wetlands of this former rice plantation. Strategically placed bunkers and rolling fairways set up the challenge of the spectacular bentgrass greens. Scottish mounding highlights each hole.Utilizing five sets of distinct tees, the course plays anywhere from 6,933 yards down to 4,995. Regardless, the thought-provoking track was crafted to reward the patient, an approach that stick with players after wrapping up on the signature hole. The green of the par-4, 430-yard No. 18 bends slightly around a small pond, leaving most to consider it one of the course’s most challenging holes.