Charleston’s picturesque natural surroundings lend itself to truly great play. Year round, couples, families and buddy trips will each find the exceptional variety and challenging holes memorable and rewarding. From championship courses situated on breathtaking oceanfront terrain to wooded and marshland courses that highlight the Lowcountry, take aim at one of these Concierge recommended courses.

Golf in Charleston

Patriots Point Links Course

Overlooking Charleston Harbor and offering spectacular views of the city and Fort Sumter, Patriots Point has been a local favorite for years. Located in Mount Pleasant and just ten minutes from downtown, any golf trip to Charleston is not complete without a round at this memorable harbor side golf course. You’ll enjoy a lighted driving range with PGA instruction, a Southern-style clubhouse, and golfers’ grill and patio.

RiverTowne Country Club

Located about 30 minutes from downtown, RiverTowne boasts an Arnold Palmer Masterpiece, awarded 4.5 stars by Golf Digest. The only Arnold Palmer course in the Charleston area, this scenic links are situated among marshlands and majestic live oaks with 13 holes alongside the Wando River and Horlbeck Creek. Amenities include a driving range and pro shop with PGA instruction plus a clubhouse serving fare daily.

Golf in Charleston

 

Wild Dunes Links or Harbor Course

On the northeast tip of the Isle of Palms, Wild Dunes is a unique barrier island resort golf facility 10 miles from downtown Charleston. Tom Fazio designed, and offering challenging links style play, the Links Course has been consistently ranked in the top 25 courses in the United States since its inception in 1977. Today, Fazio says it’s still among his favorites and he’s not the only one. From the rustling palms lining lush, rolling fairways to a finishing hole overlooking the glistening Atlantic Ocean, this is golf at its finest.

Golf in Charleston

Stono Ferry

Set amidst Lowcountry breezes from the Intracoastal Waterway and centuries- old live oaks, Stono Ferry is a refuge from society’s hustle.This championship Ron Garl design offers one of the most exciting tests in all the
Lowcountry. A semi-private club open to local and vacation play, wage your own war on the site of a historic Revolutionary War battle. Stono Ferry is 30 minutes from downtown Charleston.

Kiawah Island Golf Resort

Offering five distinct course experiences, Kiawah Island Golf Resort is home to the Ocean Course, site of the 2012 PGA Championship. The Pete Dye designed course has a reputation as one of the toughest in the game, hosting the 1991 “War by the Shore” Ryder Cup. With a tranquil Lowcountry environment, a variety of courses and a stunning clubhouse, Kiawah shouldn’t be missed.

Golf in Charleston

To test your skills on one of these courses, contact the Concierge for tee time availability and booking.