15 Great Golf Courses in the Lowcountry
There is good reason South Carolina license plates are emblazoned with the slogan, “First in Golf.” The first golf club, course, and clubs imported into the United States all originated in Charleston. Today, the Charleston area boasts more than 24 famed courses including those designed by Pete Dye, Tom Fazio, and Jack Nicklaus. Ready to hit the fairways? Grab your clubs and tee it up in Charleston at one of the top golf courses in the Lowcountry, including the Ocean Winds Golf Course and Crooked Oaks Golf Course at Seabrook Island Club, Dunes West Golf Club, the Harbor Course and Links Course at Wild Dunes, The Ocean Course, Cougar Point Golf Course, Oak Point Golf Course, Osprey Point Golf Course, and Turtle Point Golf Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort, Patriots Point Links on Charleston Harbor, RiverTowne Country Club, Shadowmoss Plantation Golf Club, The Golf Club at Wescott Plantation, and The Links at Stono Ferry.