Closed Myrtle Beach Golf Course Sold


golf soldWedgefield Plantation Country Club in Georgetown, which has been closed for more than a year, has been purchased and the golf course could reopen as early as next spring.

Harry Karetas, 74, the owner for the past 28 years of Terminal Storage in North Myrtle Beach, and his wife, Yvonne, closed on the purchase Thursday from Paramont Capital of Phoenix, Ariz., which foreclosed on the property late in 2016.

Karetas said Monday that his purchase includes about 175 acres and he hopes to lease out the golf course, Manor House restaurant and bar, and an Olympic-size swimming pool – possibly each through three separate agreements.

“I do have a gentleman interested in leasing the golf course already and have another party that’s interested in leasing the swimming pool,” Karetas said. “We’ll just take it step by step, patiently, and try to get all the moving parts working for the same goal, which is to make the place productive again and entertaining for the public.


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