Boone Hall Plantation
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Charleston's golf and tennis offer exceptional variety and challenges in one of the world's most acclaimed vacation destinations. World-class golf courses situated on breathtaking coastal terrain range from true links style to tight wooded Lowcountry layouts.
With a par of 70, this challenging 6,359 yard course requires accurate shot making and a thoughtful plan of attack. Considered by Tom Fazio as one of his favorites.
With rolling fairways and picturesque finishing holes along the Atlantic, to challenging greens along the marshes of the Intracoastal Waterway.
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Award-winning Charleston golf, featuring the renovated Links Course. Rolling fairways, scenic holes on the Atlantic and Intracoastal Waterway and challenging greens await.
This Pete Dye walking-only masterpiece has gained fame by hosting the 1991 Ryder Cup, the 2012 PGA Championship and the 2021 PGA Championship.
Three spectacular holes that play along the oceanfront, proving Nicklaus' meticulous approach to the game. Adjacent to the Sanctuary and Tommy Cuthbert Golf Learning Center.
This Clyde Johnston masterpiece offers a variety of challenges from holes set in windswept tracts alongside salt marshes to fairways carved out of thick forest.
Tom Fazio blended a par-72 layout with a superb natural canvas. Features of the course include natural lakes, fingers of saltwater marsh, and dense maritime forests.
This Gary Player design is a superb layout for players of all levels. Holes play directly along tidal marshes, panoramic views of the Kiawah River and acres of spartina grass.
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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.
Located 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.
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.
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.
Ocean Winds, designed by Willard Byrd, is a 6,765-yard, par 72 course that takes you to the Atlantic Ocean. Sea breezes, tight fairways, generous greens & beautiful views.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Architect Dr. Michael Hurdzan designed this 27-hole course with his trademark environmental sensitivity. 12,000 square-foot clubhouse, proshop, dining, & event facilities.
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.
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