Fort Mill Golf Courses

Fort Mill Golf

Fort Mill, South Carolina is the perfect place for golfers to book their next discount tee time in order to play a round on the magnificent golf courses in the area. With rolling hills and dense forestry, famous golf architects such as Michael Hurdzan, Bill Love and Arnold Palmer have used the natural topography of South Carolina's land to construct pristine golf courses. And with water hazards flowing from Lake Wylie, golf lovers are in for a fun challenge on whatever golf course they choose. Between tee times, golf enthusiasts can cross the state line to stroll down the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, or kayak the local waters.


Golf Courses Near Fort Mill, SC

Cheraw Country Club

2431 Old Cash Road,
Cheraw, SC 29520 United States

Moreeā€™s Cheraw Golf and Country Club in Chesterfield, South Carolina, is a challenging yet fun golf course that can be enjoyed year round. Located in the Sandhills, south of Charlotte, NC, and north of Columbia, SC, the golf course features Bermuda greens, over-seeded Bermuda fairways and generous sand traps. Cheraw Country Club is surrounded by forest, creeks and Cheraw State Park lands. The Donald Ross-designed course offers daily tee times, a driving range, putting greens and chipping greens. Get your tee time today.
Spring Lake Country Club

1375 Springlake Rd,
York, SC 29745 United States

Spring Lake Country Club is a par 71 daily fee course located in York, SC. Designed by Robert Renault, the 18 hole course opened in 1960.
Waterford Golf Club

1900 Clubhouse Road,
Rock Hill, SC 29730 United States

Waterford Golf Club is in Rock Hill, South Carolina, just a half-hour south of downtown Charlotte. Nestled between the Catawba River and towering hardwoods, Waterford is a tranquil journey shaped by Mother Nature. The spectacular golf course was designed by Hale Irwin, a three-time U.S. Open Champion. Reaching 6,940 yards from the back tee, it's set amongst dense hardwoods and rolling terrain. With water coming into play on 16 of 18 holes, Waterford is a true shot-maker's course. The large undulating bent grass greens can challenge even the best of putters when approaching from the Bermuda fairways. Since its opening in 1997, this classic design has gotten rave reviews from local and national media as well as golfers all over the Southeast.