Charleston golf offers exceptional variety and challenges in one of the world’s most acclaimed vacation destinations. World-class courses situated on breathtaking coastal terrain range from true links style to tight wooded Lowcountry layouts. Wild Dunes (Links) may be the best use of seaside real estate as the course winds its way along Coastal Low Country marshes and amazing oceanfront vistas. At Kiawah Island the spectacular Resort property is rated the Best U.S. Golf Resort in addition to the Condé Nast Johansen Awards for Excellence—Most Excellent Golf Resort. You can choose from one of five incredible golf courses and play where the pros play—including the legendary Ocean Course, host of the 1991 Ryder Cup, 2012 PGA Championship and upcoming 2021 PGA Championship.
Charleston, South Carolina, either. Charleston has been named among Conde Nast’s Best Travel Destinations in the U.S. and one of the Coolest Small Cities in America by GQ. Charleston’s restaurant scene is world-famous. Festivals and events fill the streets nearly every weekend. Famous architecture abounds, while natural Low Country landscape beckons adventure. Charming local shops, art, and history are an essential part of the culture here and the food, well, it is simple magnificent at every level from the street truck vendors who are everywhere to some of the most famous restaurants in the Southeast.
Kiawah Dunes Golf Resort sits along the Atlantic Ocean along the Kiawah island’s coastline. This upscale, oceanfront hotel is 9 minutes’ walk from Heron Park Nature Center and 33 miles from Charleston International Airport. Opulent rooms offer marble foyers, plus balconies with ocean or garden views. The 1-bedroom suites have separate living rooms; some offer dining rooms or whirlpool tubs. Room service is available 24/7.
here are 4 restaurants, a poolside grill and a lobby bar. Other amenities include 2 outdoor pools, an indoor pool, a gym and a posh spa. Tennis and 6 golf courses.
With 24 Har-Tru, clay and hard courts and a myriad of instructional programs offered at the #1 Tennis Resort in the World, as ranked by tennisresortsonline.com, you’ll be ace of the baseline in no time. From kayaking and nature tours to bicycling and days spent at the beach, our recreational activities are sure to please everyone. It may explain why we were voted “No. 1 island to visit in the U.S. mainland” by Conde Nast Traveler.
Wild Dunes is an oceanfront resort on Isle of Palms, South Carolina on 1,600 acres on the north end of the island. The resort has two famous golf courses on it: the Wild Dunes Links Course, and the Harbor Course, both designed by Tom Fazio. It also has a nationally ranked tennis complex with 17 clay courts, and an award-winning family recreation program. When Tom Fazio set out to create Wild Dunes Links, his was hardly a household name, even in the golf world. Still in his early 30s, he had just left his famous uncle, George Fazio, who lost the 1950 U.S. Open to Ben Hogan in a playoff, to hang out his own shingle. Wild Dunes Links literally helped vault Tom Fazio to the top of his profession. More than three decades later, the course was chosen to host a national championship, the 1985 U.S. Senior Amateur. Golf Digest says Wild Dunes Resort is among the “Best in State” for golf in South Carolina. Dunes Resort also offers one of the top Charleston golf schools with a variety of clinics and lessons. It doesn’t hurt that Wild Dunes Resort is just a short drive to historic Charleston, South Carolina.
The greater Charleston, SC region is steeped in southern charm and hospitality. Hurricane Florence left this region untouched with no effects from wind or water. The Fall weather in this region is simply like summer in the Northeast, so if you want to extend your summer Charleston is a great place to do so.
Award-winning Charleston golf, featuring the renovated Links Course. Rolling fairways, scenic holes on the Atlantic and Intracoastal Waterway and challenging greens await.
Proud Host of the 2021 and 2012 PGA Championships. Renowned for 1991 Ryder Cup Matches. This Pete Dye designed course spans more than 2.5 miles of Kiawah Island oceanfront.
Tom Fazio blended a par-72 layout with a superb natural canvas. Features of the course include natural lakes, fingers of saltwater marsh, and dense maritime forests.
This Gary Player design is a superb layout for players of all levels. Holes play directly along tidal marshes, panoramic views of the Kiawah River and acres of spartina grass.
Newly renovated 6,701-yard,par-72 masterpiece offers a variety of challenges from holes set in windswept tracts alongside salt marshes to fairways carved out of thick forests.
Three spectacular holes that play long the oceanfront, proving Nicklaus’ meticulous approach to the game. Adjacent to the Sanctuary and Tommy Cuthbert Golf Learning Center.
Ocean Winds Golf Course, designed by Willard Byrd, is a 6,765-yard, par 72 course that takes you to the Atlantic Ocean, framed by sun-drenched dunes and salt marshes.
Charleston’s golf authority for over 20 years, offering the widest selection at the best prices! Bk a custom golf package or individual tee times.