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Sedgewood Country Club, 9560 Garners Ferry Road: Fall 2018   2 comments

Posted at 12:57 am in closing

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I was vaguely aware of this golf course as we used to drive by it on the way to the beach (I usually cut off this section of the Sumter Highway by US-601 nowdays). Looking at the google reviews suggests it closed around November 2018, which surprises me, frankly. I did not go far into the property because I wasn't too easy in my mind about leaving my car at the entrance, but the road to the club-house seems to already be in quite bad shape, and I did not see any stretches of grass that looked like a course to me. Grass can certainly die, but it hasn't been exceptionally dry so far this year. I'd like to find a more secure place to park sometime and get up as far as the club-house to see what kind of shape that is in before they take it down. Of course that assumes that they do: currently the property is still for sale, so I guess it could still come back as a golf course under new ownership.

You can see the property in the satelite view of Google Maps with the map icon below, and there are also pictures (and diagrams) at the LoopNet listing and the Colliers listing. There are some people sharing memories at the unofficial Facebook page.

(Hat tip to commenter Midnight Rambler)

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  1. Yeah, My friends dragged me to this course when I got my Betamax camera so I could film their swings. It was an OK course with little traffic in the 80s. There was one really nice hole where you tee off on a small cliff over a pond to the greens on the other side.

    Mr BO

    15 Jun 19 at 5:28 am

  2. R.I.P. SedgeWEED.....the local goat track of a course, but it offered golf to those on that side of town who couldn't get into the country clubs.

    palmettopanic

    19 Jun 19 at 6:58 am

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