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in Charleston, SC

The first clubs in America were swung in Charleston on the peninsula in the neighborhood now known as Harleston Village. Today, you can find over 20 courses from Isle of Palms down to Kiawah Island sure to suit your handicap!

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Charleston Golf Guide

A go-to for everything you need to know about golf in the Charleston area, including detailed course descriptions, pro tips on lodging, dining, and attractions, and more.

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Charleston National Country Club

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Dunes West Golf Club

Arthur Hills design set amid 200 year old oaks will challenge golfers of all skill levels. Recognized by Golfweek, Golf Digest, and Golf Magazine as a “must play” in S.C.

Patriots Point Links on Charleston Harbor

Located on Charleston Harbor, Patriots Point Links is a public 18-hole golf course & driving range offering great views and great fun. This course is a must-play for visitors.

Plantation Course at Edisto

Edisto Island's sole golf course, originally opened in 1974 with Sam Snead hitting the first shot on the course which was then named Oristo. Open to the public.

RiverTowne Country Club

An Arnold Palmer Masterpiece, awarded 4.5 stars by Golf Digest, featuring the best in coastal Carolina golf. Miles of marsh views, beautiful landscape & lowcountry wildlife.

Seabrook Island Crooked Oaks Course

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.

Seabrook Island Ocean Winds Golf Course

Ocean Winds Golf Course, designed by Willard Byrd, is a 6,765-yard, par 72 course that takes you to the Atlantic Ocean, framed by sun-drenched dunes and salt marshes.

Shadowmoss Plantation Golf Club

Near to downtown and 5 miles from I-526, convenient to Kiawah Island & easily accessible from anywhere in the area. Close to some of the most famous plantations in Charleston.

The City of Charleston Municipal Golf Course

Referred to as “The Muni,” Opened in 1929 & has known a great deal of Charleston golf history. A very golf-friendly course. Most days, 18-holes play is less than 4 hours.

The Golf Club at Wescott Plantation

Architect Dr. Michael Hurdzan designed this 27-hole course with his trademark environmental sensitivity. 12,000 square-foot clubhouse, proshop, dining, & event facilities.

The Links at Stono Ferry

Voted 2011 South Carolina Golf Course of the Year and 2011 Charleston Area Golf Course of the Year. A truly unique golf experience along Charleston's Intracoastal Waters.

A Golfer's Paradise

17 Championship Courses in One of America's Most Beautiful, Historic Cities

With a rich history of top-level tournaments—including the 2021 PGA Championship—Charleston, SC is home to many great public golf courses within city limits, and even more a short, scenic drive away. Charleston golf courses offer exceptional variety and challenge against an array of breathtaking coastal terrains. From true links style to lowcountry forests, there’s quite simply a perfect Charleston golf course for every player and passion.

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