Traces Golf Club - The Woodlands Course

4322 West Southborough RD

Florence, SC 29501

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Phone: (843) 662-7775

City: Florence

Region: Midlands

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Traces Golf Club - The Woodlands Course

This facility has three nine hole courses that are played in three eighteen hole combinations. The Meadows Course is relatively flat, offering open fairways and ample greens. As the most recent addition, The Woodland Course is the most challenging of the three. The well-wooded, hilly landscape is accented by an abundance of sand bunkers. This layout is highlighted by hole #2, a 142-yard, par 3, featuring water to the left and a large sand bunker fronting the green.

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