Best Golf Courses In Charleston, South Carolina
 

Best Charleston Golf Courses

 
Consistently rated as one of the best cities to visit in America, Charleston, South Carolina, pairs great restaurants with southern charm and a ton of great golf, too. Charleston has a wide variety of course styles from classic coastal courses on the Atlantic Ocean to engaging parkland tracks inland towards Columbia. Toss in near perfect weather, and it’s no wonder why so many players flock to the “Holy City” to pay homage each year. With so many great courses it’s nearly impossible to choose where to start, so check out this list of the best Charleston courses below to get headed in the right direction.
 
Wild Dunes Resort
 
  • Isle of Palms, South Carolina
  • Home of Two Challenging and Beautiful 18 Hole Courses- Harbor and Links
  • Designed by Tom Fazio
  • Links Course was Fazio’s First Signature Course
  • Amazing Atlantic Ocean and Intercoastal Waterway Views
The Players Course at Wyboo
 
  • Manning, South Carolina
  • Designed Ernest Wallace Sr.
  • Plays 6,712 Yards from the Tournament Tees
  • Engaging Parkland Style Course Framed by Countless Mature Trees
  • Very Player Friendly with Large Undulating Greens and Only Eight Bunkers
Lake Marion Golf Course
 
  • Santee, South Carolina
  • Designed by Eddie Riccoboni
  • 47 Strategically Placed Bunkers
  • Towering Pines Lining the Fairways
  • Engaging Layout is Fun for Players of All Abilities
Santee Cooper Country Club
 
  • Santee, South Carolina
  • Designed by George Cobb
  • Panoramic Views of Gorgeous Lake Marion
  • Exciting Risk-Reward Par 5s
  • Dramatic Elevation Changes Require Precise Club Selection
Coosaw Creek Country Club
 
  • North Charleston, South Carolina
  • Designed by Arthur Hills
  • Plays a Lengthy 6,619 Yards from the Tips with a 137 Slope Rating
  • Routed Through Magnificent Oaks and Pines
  • TOUR-Caliber Practice Facilities