375 Yards to the Pin. 385 yards to the Atlantic Ocean.Charleston golf offers exceptional variety and challenges in one of the world's most acclaimed vacation destinations. World-class courses situated on breathtaking coastal terrain range from true links style to tight wooded Lowcountry layouts.
Dunes West Golf ClubLocated on the site of the historic Lexington Plantation this Arthur Hills design is set amid 200 year old oaks draped in Spanish moss. Located on Wagner Creek, the antebellum clubhouse is perfect for your round of golf, wedding ceremony and reception. Come for a visit, or stay for a lifetime!
Kiawah Island Cougar Point Golf ClubA Gary Player design, this par-72 course is a superb layout for players of all levels. Early holes play directly along broad expanses of tidal marsh, offering panoramic views of the Kiawah River and acres of needle rush spartina grass.
Kiawah Island Oak Point Golf ClubAdjoining the scenic Haulover Creek and its many-hued marshlands, this newly renovated 6,701-yard, par-72 masterpiece offers a variety of challenges from holes set in windswept tracts alongside salt marshes to fairways carved out of thick forests.
Kiawah Island Osprey Point Golf ClubTom Fazio has left his mark on Kiawah. At Osprey Point, Fazio blended a par-72 layout with a superb natural canvas. Features of the course include four natural lakes, fingers of saltwater marsh, and dense maritime forests of live oaks, pines, palmettos and magnolias. (Course closed for renovations May –September 2014)
Kiawah Island Turtle Point Golf ClubThis early Jack Nicklaus design has hosted several championships, including the Carolina 1987, 1992 & 2006 Amateur and the 1990 PGA Cup Matches, the club professionals' version of the Ryder Cup. Its low-profile design blends fairways and green settings into the natural landscape.
Patriots Point Links on Charleston HarborLocated on Charleston Harbor, Patriots Point offers spectacular views of Downtown Charleston, Fort Sumter, and arriving ships. This course is a must play for all visitors. Located at the foot of the Arthur Ravenel Bridge; just five minutes from downtown.
RiverTowne Country ClubWe invite you to play an Arnold Palmer Masterpiece, awarded 4.5 stars by Golf Digest, RiverTowne Country Club features the best in coastal Carolina golf. Miles of marsh views, lush pampas grasses, and lowcountry wildlife, highlight RiverTowne’ s beautiful landscape.
Shadowmoss Plantation Golf ClubLocated 12 miles from downtown and 5 miles from I-526, Shadowmoss is convenient to Kiawah Island and easily accessible from anywhere in the Charleston area. Shadowmoss is located off of Hwy 61, close to some of the most famous plantations in Charleston.
The City of Charleston Municipal Golf CourseReferred to as “The Muni,” The City Course opened in 1029 and has known a great deal of Charleston golf history. The Municipal course is a very golf-friendly course. Most days, 18-holes play is less than 4 hours.
The Golf Club at Wescott PlantationCourse architect Dr. Michael Hurdzan designed this 27-hole course with his trademark environmental sensitivity. Capturing the traditional flavor of low flowing earthworks and classic bunkering with each hole separated and framed by vegetation. Amenities: 12,000 square-foot clubhouse, proshop, dining, and special event facilities.
The Links at Stono FerryVoted 2011 South Carolina Golf Course of the Year and 2011 Charleston Area Golf Course of the Year, The Links at Stono Ferry provides a truly unique golf experience along Charleston's Intracoastal Waters. Come enjoy golf at its absolute best!
Wild Dunes Resort GolfDiscover two award-winning Fazio courses minutes from downtown Charleston. With rolling fairways and picturesque finishing holes along the Atlantic to challenging greens along the marshes of the Intracoastal Waterway, you’ll want to play again and again. Bring your game to a better place.