Golfers looking for a tee time in the Charleston, South Carolina, area should take the drive northwest to Moncks Corner and Berkeley Country Club. Formerly the Exeter Plantation, Berkeley was built as a 9-hole golf course in 1959 and then completed as a full 18-hole by George Cobb in 1967. Cut out of dense forests, Berkeley offers golfers tree lined fairways, 5 bodies of water that come into play on several holes and bunkers featuring crisp edges and steep faces. With its serene location and rich history, Berkeley Country Club is a quintessential South Carolina golf course.
Berkeley Country Club Tee Times