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Musgrove Mill

Clinton, South Carolina
ArchitectBadgeArnold Palmer
Clinton, South Carolina
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  • Address772 Musgrove Mill Rd, Clinton, SC 29325, USA

Scholars of the American Revolutionary War will know that The Battle of Musgrove Mill occurred in 1780, when a force of 500 British Loyalist militiamen and provincial regular soldiers were defeated by a much smaller contingent of around 200 Patriot partisans.

Thankfully, the only battles in this part of South Carolina these days are of the sporting variety, and ever since the course opened in 1988, golfers have either been pitched against each other in head to head match play or they’ve fought individually against Musgrove Mill Golf Club's par of 72!

The Enoree River has been woven into the design on a number of occasions and the water, dense woodland, wetlands and rolling terrain combine to present a pretty tough test of golf. South Carolina resort golf is not on offer here and the club makes no apologies for its difficulty. Visiting guests are expected to “cherish the challenge,” just like the members.

The four, well spaced par threes are all feature holes. The 140-yard 2nd drops nearly 40 feet in elevation from tee to green, the 189-yard 7th plays from a raised tee across a bend in the river, the 157-yard 12th has a treacherous, three-tiered green and the 223-yard 17th is a beast, where the uphill tee shot has to carry an intimidating waste area to reach a distant putting surface.

Scholars of the American Revolutionary War will know that The Battle of Musgrove Mill occurred in 1780, when a force of 500 British Loyalist militiamen and provincial regular soldiers were defeated by a much smaller contingent of around 200 Patriot partisans.

Thankfully, the only battles in this part of South Carolina these days are of the sporting variety, and ever since the course opened in 1988, golfers have either been pitched against each other in head to head match play or they’ve fought individually against Musgrove Mill Golf Club's par of 72!

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Arnold Palmer

Arnie teamed up with Ed Seay in 1972, forming the Palmer Course Design Company which was later renamed Arnold Palmer Design Company when the firm moved to Orlando, Florida, in 2006.

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