Golf Course Industry Magainze, Crash Course

chris-neffOur own Chris Neff, Director of Greens & Grounds, was recently featured in Golf Course Industry magazine, offering an inside look at how Wexford Plantation prepared for and is overcoming Hurricane Matthew.

Click here to read the full article.


Huge KUDOS to Chris and his Team for all their efforts these past couple months, as we continue to restore our beautiful community!

Hollywood Comes to Wexford

4Every year, the Wexford Plantation Charitable Foundation hosts a themed charity gala and auction- this year’s theme was Hollywood, complete with bright lights and a celebrity guest.

On Friday, November 4, the Foundation rolled out the red carpet for 140 Wexford members, along with special guest Tom Berenger and his wife, for an unforgettable evening. Tom Berenger, well-known for his roles in Major League, Inception, Last Will, The Big Chill, Betrayed and The Dogs War (just to name a few!) took photos and mingled with the members throughout the night, as they all enjoyed dinner, a live and silent auction, live music by Deaz Guyz and dancing.

Much thanks to their generous sponsors, donations and the Wexford members, the preliminary net proceeds from that evening were just over $68,000.

If you are interested in making a contribution to the Foundation, or if you would like to recommend a charity for consideration, please contact Jim Hicks, Chairman of the Wexford Plantation Charitable Foundation, at





Golfweek’s Top 100 Residential Golf Courses in the U.S.

We are proud to announce that for the fourth consecutive year, Wexford’s Arnold Palmer Signature Course was recognized as one of the Top 100 Residential Golf Courses in the U.S. by Golfweek. The announcement is featured in their annual “Ultimate Guide to Golf Course Living & Great Escapes.” 

To view the complete list, visit

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Wexford, Wexford toil & trouble

The Club’s a spooky sight with cauldrons that bubble.

1This past week, we were in full Halloween spirit.

Our week began with Wexford’s ETC (Event & Travel Club) Murder Mystery Dinner. Our members dressed their parts as they searched through the Clubhouse for clues on who committed the crime and how. This real-life game of Clue was a most memorable evening for all who attended and participated.

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We finished the week with our annual Spooktacular party – plus a different twist on the traditional Trick-or-Treat through the neighborhood. Given the amounts of remaining roadside debris, instead of having our children go door-to-door, we invited them to the Clubhouse to go Trunk-or-Treat.  We invited our members to park their decorated car(s) OR golf cart(s) at the Clubhouse and passed out candy from there. It wasn’t only a safer option for our children, but it brought friends and neighbors together to mix and mingle while the children went from car to cart.

Following our Trunk-or-Treat, we hosted our ever-popular Spooktacular, featuring bounce houses, carnival games, a dance party and a ‘Goblin’ good buffet for adult ghosts and mini-ghouls of every size.  This is one of our most popular events by frightfully far!!

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