Charleston Golf Courses

Charleston Golf

Charleston, South Carolina, lives up to its billing as America's "Most Friendly City" by offering golfers budget-friendly tee times at amazing golf courses twelve months a year. Just a short ride from the cobblestones of Chalmers Street, Fort Sumter National Monument, quaint shops and restaurants on King Street, golfers find a bevy of golf courses designed by legends like Tom Fazio and Arthur Hills that incorporate Charleston's beautiful estuaries, live oaks, palmettos and palm trees to create a landscape worthy of world-class golf. The Charleston region is also home to some historic alligators, so golfers enjoying discount tee times should definitely steer clear of retrieving a cheap golf ball that falls too close to these incredible reptiles.

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Golf Courses Near Charleston, SC

Coosaw Creek Country Club

4110 Club Course Dr,
North Charleston, SC 29420 United States

One of the best courses in the area, Coosaw Creek Country Club in North Charleston, South Carolina, is an engaging 18-hole track that plays 6,619 yards from the furthest back of four tees. Skillfully routed through scenic low country wetlands by Arthur Hills, Coosaw Creek tests players with countless pristine bunkers, tricky doglegs and water on over half the holes. A great example of this is the par 4, 10th hole that features a forced carry over water with a dogleg left that leads to a narrow green. Coosaw Creek also has an excellent practice area that boasts a large driving range and expansive putting/chipping area with multiple greens and bunkers that are perfect for players working on their game.
The Links At Stono Ferry

4812 Stono Links Drive,
Hollywood, SC 29449 United States

Considered one of the best courses in the Charleston area, The Links at Stono Ferry in Hollywood, South Carolina, is an exciting 18-hole track that plays 6,756 yards from the tips. Built on the historic grounds where the Battle at Stono Ferry was fought in 1779, The Links at Stono Ferry’s holes are named in tribute to the battle. The signature par 3, 14th hole is called “The Crossing” because its where the ferry originally landed and boasts an exciting shot across the water and stunning views of the beautiful surrounding landscape. Players are treated to a thrilling finish at The Links at Stono Ferry, the par 4, 18th hole features an island green that is a distinct challenge for golfers to hit one last accurate approach. The intriguing combination of history and exciting course features makes The Links at Stono Ferry a mush play for golfers in South Carolina.
The Plantation Course At Edisto

19 Fairway Drive,
Edisto Island, SC 29438 United States

Located on the southeastern coast of South Carolina, The Plantation Course at Edisto on Edisto Island, South Carolina, is an 18-hole golf course that has been a staple of the community since 1971. Designed by Tom Jackson, The Plantation Course is brilliantly routed around 30 acres of lakes with many of the greens protected by water. The Plantation Course also features many strategically placed bunkers and large oak trees that must be avoided. And located so close to the coast, The Plantation Course at Edisto often experiences windy conditions that make it a challenging golf setting. For golfers looking for excellent coastal Carolina golf, The Plantation Course at Edisto is the perfect place to tee it up.
Wild Dunes Resort-Harbor Course

5757 Palm Blvd,
Isle of Palms, SC 29451 United States

Considered one of the finest golf courses in the South, Wild Dunes Resort - Harbor Course in Isle of the Palms, South Carolina, is an 18-hole golf course just off of the Atlantic Ocean. Designed by world-renowned architect Tom Fazio, the Harbor Course meanders through lagoons and salt marshes that both present challenges to golfers and beautiful views. Although it’s sometimes overshadowed by its sister course, the Links Course, the Harbor Course is an immaculate golf course that matches the intrigue and beauty of the Links Course hole for hole. For golfers in search of a fantastic golf setting near the Atlantic Ocean, look no further than Wild Dunes Resort - Harbor Course.
Wild Dunes Resort-Links Course

5757 Palm Blvd,
Isle of Palms, SC 29451 United States

Famous as Tom Fazio’s first golf course design, Wild Dunes Resort - Links Course in Isle of the Palms, South Carolina, is an 18-hole, links-style course set along the Atlantic Ocean. Brilliantly using the stunning coastal landscape, Fazio created one of the best links courses in the United States with Wild Dunes. With wispy, native grasses lining the fairways and expansive waste bunkers, the Links Course is a testament to how the game of golf originally was played. The final stretch of three holes at the Links Course is widely regarded as three of the finest finishing holes in golf. With two scenic par 3s with the Atlantic Ocean as a backdrop and a par 4 that runs parallel to the shore, the final three holes at Wild Dunes Resort - Links Course will tempt golfers to play another round after walking off the 18th green.