Find out why South Carolina golf courses are both world-renowned and locally- loved.
South Carolina's hundreds of golf courses are where memories are made. Our links are where sons sink putts for the first time, where the final 18th hole as a single man is played and where husbands find out their wives may be the best golfing buddies after all. With so many to choose from, there's a new course to play each day of the year.
Kiawah Island - Charleston
Charleston courses are of exceptional variety and challenge an array of breathtaking coastal terrains, from true links style to lowcountry forests, there's quite simply a perfect Charleston course for every player and passion.
Kiawah Island is home to some of the finest golfing and unsurpassed fine dining in Charleston, SC. With plenty of “swanky” resorts in the area one can only imagine the quality of the low country cuisine and creative cocktail lounges. From grabbing a sandwich and a “cold one” after the ninth hole, to spending quality time with family, friends, and business associates in their fine dining restaurants. Let Kiawah Island’s restaurants and bars cater to all of your dining needs while in visiting the greater Charleston, SC area.
A beautiful little island off the southern most tip of South Carolina, Hilton Head and the nearby low-country are home to over 25 courses, some ranking among the World’s top 100 courses and others rated amongst America’s top 100 resort or public courses. Great beaches, excellent year-round weather and fine resort and hotel accommodations add to the appeal. Hilton Head is the host of the Verizon Heritage Golf Classic, held at Sea Pine Resort’s Harbour Town Golf Links since the late 1960s. Ultimate Golf guests can enjoy the luxury of Sea Pines, which sprawls over 5,000 acres, one-third of the island’s size. For non-golfers or après-golf, the resort’s four distinct ‘neighborhoods’ featuring award-winning tennis, water sports, varied cuisine and three distinct golf experiences.
South Carolina has been known the world-over for having the most challenging as well as scenic golf courses. Beautifully manicured greens, tree-lined fairways and skillfully placed bunkers are offered for variety and value with your enjoyment in mind. For juniors and women, some driving ranges and arranged programs are available to get the most of your vacation experience.
Famous golf courses designed by world renowned architects such as Willard Byrd, Tom Fazio, Pete Dye, Davis Love and Dan Maples play a part in making Myrtle Beach a golf enthusiast's haven. Each course is a work of art that has been carefully incorporated with the natural landscape. Over the years, renovations were made on the courses and club houses to provide added facilities and improved services for the benefit of both members and guests.
For those who want a respite from the frenzy of city life, a wonderful and serene golf escape awaits you at sun-drenched Myrtle Beach. We made sure that an appropriate course is available that is suited to your handicap level in more than 100 courses to choose from at Myrtle Beach area.