What could be better than that? Enjoy an afternoon golf outing at Isle of Palms' only area golf resort. Master the Links and Harbor courses, two of South Carolina's top golf courses. Both vacationing Isle of Palms guests and locals can enjoy 36 holes of signature golf designed by Tom Fazio. The Links Course and Harbor Course are open to the public and challenge players at every skill level. Wild Dunes Resort also offers one of Charleston's top golf schools with a variety of clinics, lessons and intensives. If you'd just like to come by for an afternoon on the green, request a tee time online. We also offer specials customized for golf groups.
Situated on the edge of Charleston Harbor and offering spectacular views of the city, Fort Sumter, and ships arriving from all over the world, Patriots Point has been for years a favorite place to play for local Charleston golfers and guest to the lowcountry. It's located in Mt Pleasant at the foot of the Arthur Ravenel Bridge and just minutes away from Charleston and area beaches. Any golf trip to South Carolina historic city of Charleston and beaches is not complete without a round at this memorable harborside golf course
As one of the top private golf clubs in Charleston, SC, the Daniel Island Club features the country's only private pairing of golf courses designed by Tom Fazio and Rees Jones playing out of the same clubhouse. Both nationally ranked courses are perfectly integrated into the breathtaking Lowcountry landscape and the country club neighborhood of Daniel Island Park.
Play an Arnold Palmer Masterpiece, awarded 4.5 stars by Golf Digest RiverTowne Country Club is located in Mt. Pleasant, SC and featured the best of Charleston Golf and Lowcountry hospitality. Open to non-members, RiverTowne has the only Arnold Palmer signature golf course in the Charleston area. Our scenic course is situated on the marsh and features beautiful views and landscaping. We offer a quality resort golf experience at an exceptional value, and welcome you to experience the course for yourself.
Charleston National is a Rees Jones designed championship golf course that is open to the public year round. Rated by Golf Digest as the best non-resort golf course in the Charleston area, it truly is Charleston's "hidden gem." Charleston National offers exceptional values for your golfing experience. In addition to an outstanding golf course, you will enjoy our full-size state of the art practice facility and driving range, the newly renovated Rees Jones pub, along with a dedicated staff to assist you. The Charleston National Golf Club, with all its southern charm, is dedicated to serving not only your golfing needs, but your social needs as well.
Snee Farm Country Club is home to a George Cobb designed, championship golf course. The 6,834 yard, 18 hole, par 72 course boasts picturesque marsh views and offers an experience that is enjoyable yet challenging. Other features include: A grass tee driving range with measured targets a short game practice area with sand bunker chipping and putting greens . A golf outing is a special occasion that deserves specialized service. The Snee Farm Country Club Golf staff, headed by 3 PGA professionals, will coordinate all the details to ensure that events and tournaments are professionally managed, enjoyable and most of all memorable for players and organizers alike.Club facilities include a full service grill and lounge, fully stocked Golf Shop and complete practice facility. SNEE FARM COUNTRY CLUB is now affiliated with the ClubCorp network, which grants members access to over 200 private clubs
The 9-hole "Oak Forest" course at the Golf Club At Wescott Plantation facility in Summerville, South Carolina features 3,550 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. Designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan, ASGCA, the Oak Forest golf course opened in 2001
Charleston's reputation as a golf vacation destination is growing. First-timers may find it hard to believe, but The City Course is a favorite with the tourists as well. Many a day The "Muni" Grill is abuzz with accents from around the world comparing stories about their golf travels. With multiple-day golf vacations, a day to play "The Muni" is often set aside. The Monday Night Blitz (Summer Mondays) draws 4 person teams regularly from all over Charleston. The design, laid out by Johnny Adams with many Seth Raynor characteristics, is also a challenge. The small greens and the surrounding bunkers test even the best player's skill. It is no wonder that over 60,000 rounds are played annually. The Municipal Course is a very golfer-friendly course. Most days, 18-holers play in less than 4 hours. The design is a traditional early 20th century golf course with modern upgrades of the new millennium. One of the few walkable golf courses in Charleston, The City Course boasts 6 sets of tees to accommodate all playing levels. Yardages start at 3628 yards and lengthen to 6432 yards. With open green fronts and no forced carries except for the championship tees, it is a wonderful course for beginners, women, and seniors.
Wescott Golf Club is located in the heart of the lowcountry just minutes from Charleston International Airport, historic plantations and gardens, and beautiful beaches. Course architect Dr. Michael Hurdzan designed this 27-hole course with his trademark environmental sensitivity. Set among centuries old live oaks and built on one of the lowcountry's oldest plantations, the design captures the traditional flavor of low flowing earthworks and classic bunkering. Each hole is separated and framed by vegetation and natural wetlands. The three 9-hole courses are Oak Forest, Burn Kill, and Black Robin. Each presents players with a different feel and look. Oak Forest offers wide fairways and subtle greens, and only the occasional hazard or penal bunker. Burn Kill requires a slightly more accurate tee shot for the best angle into the immense and most undulating greens. Black Robin is a shot maker's paradise with a premium on accuracy and the ability to shape your shots through tree lined fairways to well guarded greens.
Steeped in the history and beauty of the South Carolina lowcountry, Dunes West Golf & River Club is Charleston's premier golf destination. Located in Mt. Pleasant, less than 20 minutes from historic downtown Charleston, Dunes West combines a masterful Arthur Hills designed course, a charming clubhouse overlooking Wagner Creek and some of the area's most spectacular scenery into a truly world-class and one of a kind experience. Nationally acclaimed by Golf Magazine and Golf Digest as a "Top 10 Resort Course", Dunes West's championship golf course designed by Arthur Hills takes full advantage of its spectacular lowcountry setting. The par 72 course plays 6871 yards, beckoning players of all handicaps, and combines with Dunes West's first class club facilities to provide a world-class golf experience. The opening holes have generous landing areas and beautiful green settings complete with the undulation and bunkering that are the Arthur Hills signature. The back nine features some beautiful marsh and water views culminating in the 18th hole's challenging finish on a dual green split by the marshes of Wagner Creek.
Cougar Point Golf Course was recently rated the "Golf Course of The Year", by the South Carolina Golf Course Owners Association One of the most dramatic vistas on the island is the middle of Cougar Point's front nine, along the Kiawah River, making this course a very memorable one. Originally named Marsh Point, Cougar Point was redesigned by Gary Player in 1996 and plays 6,875 yards. It features a great blend of short and long par-4s, great risk/reward par-5s and extremely scenic and challenging par-3s. Cougar Point recently awarded a near-perfect 4 1/2 stars in Golf Digest's "Best Places to Play" reader's poll. Cougar Point's long par-4s feature wide landing areas putting the driver in the player's hands, and open-run-up areas in front of the green making them reachable by the shorter hitters using a wood or long-iron. Its short par-4s feature great "target golf" where players must find specific landing areas on their drives to avoid obstacles and provide the best angle to the greens.
More than any other course on the resort, Oak Point has gone through dramatic changes over the last couple of years, greatly enhancing both the quality of golf and the overall guest experience. The resort purchased Oak Point in 1997, rounding out the championship rotation of five courses that makes Kiawah Island Golf Resort one of the world's great golf destinations. Clyde Johnston, a noted Southeastern golf course architect, designed Oak Point on the grounds of former cotton and indigo plantation. With its close proximity to the Kiawah River and the Haulover Creek, with its surrounding maritime forest, Johnston was able to mold the rolling landscape into a first-class layout. Undulating fairways and challenging greens are some of the unique features of Oak Point.
Generally, courses of the caliber of Osprey Point are in private club settings with restricted memberships and high membership fees. In fact, its architect, Tom Fazio, originally developed it as a members' only type course. However, since Osprey Point is now part of Kiawah Island Golf Resort, anyone can enjoy this beautiful Lowcountry gem. Not only is Osprey Point a world-class layout, Osprey Point's large, elegant clubhouse is available for guest's use. It's a favorite of not only after-round libations and dining, it's a favorite location for wedding receptions and special event functions.
The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort hosted the 2007 Senior PGA and the 2012 PGA Championships. It will also host the 2021 PGA. The Ocean Course is the fourth course to have hosted each of the PGA of America's major championships. Probably no other golf course in the world outside of the United Kingdom and Ireland is affected as much by the wind. From one round to the next, a player can experience up to an 8-club difference on holes depending upon the direction and strength of the wind. Built in 1991 by Pete Dye, there are no prevailing winds on the course. Dye took this into account when designing the course. In fact, he designed two courses into one - one for an easterly wind and one for a westerly wind.
Rated 48th on Golf Digest's 100 Greatest Public Golf Course List Turtle Point is a low-profile golf course that delivers a high caliber golfing experience. Players from the Carolina Amateur, the Carolina PGA, the South Carolina Amateur and the 1990 PGA Cup Matches will all agree that the Turtle Point Golf Course is a true test for strategy and accuracy. Jack Nicklaus once said that his number one goal in golf course design was to "make the player use his mind ahead of his muscles - to control his emotions sufficiently to really think through his options before drawing a club from the bag." To that we say, welcome to Turtle Point Golf Club at Kiawah Island Golf Resort, one of Jack's early designs and steeped in the finest traditions of classic golf course architecture.
Located thirty minutes from Historic Charleston on scenic Highway 61 and is located on the site of a former rice plantation. Chosen by the readers of Charleston Business Journal as one of the Top Three LowCountry Courses, Legend Oaks is genuine Low Country golf at it's finest and is more akin to Pinehurst no. 2 in its straightforward presentation of challenge. Open to the public seven days a week.
The Club at Pine Forest ~ Summerville, South Carolina Charleston area's Golf Course of the Year 2008! Discover "Little Augusta" for yourself. PGA Owned & Operated by Two Lifetime PGA Professionals Enjoying Life's Pleasures Every Day Our Mission is to entertain you in a safe, clean, progressive, and active club environment with a relentless pursuit to elevate our service standards to a degree that exceeds your expectations. Nestled among the Carolina Pines of Summerville, The Club at Pine Forest awaits the golfer searching for a championship course. With tree-lined fairways and elevated greens, The Club at Pine Forest is one of the most challenging courses in the Lowcountry. The 12th hole, fittingly nicknamed "Little Augusta" is a 324 yard par 4, where the view of the green from the fairway is reminiscent of the 12th hole at Augusta National. This hole features one of the narrowest greens in the world at only seven yards wide in the center and twelve yards wide on the sides.
Crooked Oaks Golf Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., is a 6,780-yard, par 72 course that winds through marsh, maritime forests and moss-hung, century old live oaks. From the tee you'll see the crooked oak on the left side of the fairway, after which the course is named. Many will be tempted to carry the oak, but with an exceptionally wide fairway, this dogleg left par 4 is more about the right club selection for the second shot. Choose carefully, as the green is narrow and the shot is half a club longer than the yardage indicates and, during many times of year, is blind, hidden by cattails in the marsh short of the green.
Ocean Winds Golf Course, designed by Willard Byrd, is a 6,765-yard, par 72 course that takes you to the Atlantic Ocean where the swirling breezes provide a challenging test of ability. Well known for the rookery in the lake that follows the hole down the left, the right fairway bunker challenges the player to make a decision regarding how aggressive they want to be. A shot the finds the fairway bunker is nearly a full stroke penalty, as advancing the ball forward is difficult with many palmettos found between the player and the green.
The Links at Stono Ferry combines the historic traditions of Charleston with exciting golf along the Intracoastal waters of South Carolina. The Battle at Stono Ferry was fought on these grounds in 1779. As you play your way around our beautiful links you'll discover many relics from this amazing piece of history. The battle is still being fought today, only this time it is over 18 of Charleston's best golf holes. New Champion bermuda grass putting surfaces were installed in 2005 as well as the creation of the heart-pounding, island-green 18th hole. The results of our efforts won Stono Ferry the prestigious "Charleston Area Golf Course of the Year Award". The front nine winds its way through majestic pines and waste area-lined fairways while the back nine plays along the banks of the Intracoastal waterway. Known for its back nine heroics, scenic views and the new island green 18th hole, Stono Ferry offers golfers of all abilities one of the most unique tests in all of Charleston. Also dotting the club's landscape is an expansive practice facility complete with target greens, as well as practice chipping and putting greens to help you hone those all important stroke-saving shots.
The Links at Stono Ferry. Set amidst South Carolina Lowcountry breezes from the Intracoastal Waterway and centuries-old live oaks, Stono Ferry is a refuge from society's hustle. This championship, Ron Garl design offers one of the most exciting tests in all the Lowcountry. Stono Ferry is a semi-private club open for membership as well as to local and golf vacation play. Wage your own war on the site of a historic Revolutionary War battle. Stono Ferry is less than 30 minutes from downtown Charleston, and is also the closest course off both Kiawah and Seabrook Islands. Whether you are a local or a vacationing golfer, the wonderful golf experience at Stono Ferry is mere moments away. The Links at Stono Ferry combines the historic traditions of Charleston with exciting golf along the Intracoastal waters of South Carolina. The Battle at Stono Ferry was fought on these grounds in 1779. As you play your way around our beautiful links you'll discover many relics from this amazing piece of history. The battle is still being fought today, only this time it is over 18 of Charleston's best golf holes. New Champion bermuda grass putting surfaces were installed in 2005 as well as the creation of the heart-pounding, island-green 18th hole. The results of our efforts won Stono Ferry the prestigious "Charleston Area Golf Course of the Year Award". The front nine winds its way through majestic pines and waste area-lined fairways while the back nine plays along the banks of the Intracoastal waterway. Known for its back nine heroics, scenic views and the new island green 18th hole, Stono Ferry offers golfers of all abilities one of the most unique tests in all of Charleston. Also dotting the club's landscape is an expansive practice facility complete with target greens, as well as practice chipping and putting greens to help you hone those all important stroke-saving shots.