Golf and Travel
South Carolina:

Myrtle Beach Metro
Golf Course Listings:

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Aberdeen C.C.
18 36
Arcadian Shores
Northern Pines G.C.
18 18
Azalea Sands G.C.
18 Possum Trot Golf Club 18
54 18
  9 18
18 River Club Golf Course 18
36 River Hills Golf & CC 18
18 27
18 18
Cane Patch Par 3 18 Surf Golf & Beach Club 18
Cherry Hill C.C.
18 The Witch Golf Course 18
Colonial Charters
18 18
Conway C.C.
  9 18
Crown Park 18 Tradition Golf Club
Cypress Bay G.C.
18 True Blue Plantation 18
Wachesaw Plantation
Founders Club
Waterway Hills
18 36
18 Wedgefield Plantation 18
27 54
Heron Point G.C.  
World Tour Golf Links
Wizard Golf Club  
Whispering Pines G.C.
  Willbrook Plantation  
Wicked Stick Links
Eastport 18    

Golf and Travel:   Coastal South Carolina

Harbour Town golf club 18th hole

The tricky Harbour Town Golf Links were designed in 1969 by Pete Dye on Hilton Head Island - which is now today a well known golf and resort community. Harbour Town is thought to be one of Dyes' best designs. During the construction process he sought out the 'Shot Value' advice of Jack Nicklaus Dye's Harbor Town still holds it's mettle against todays long hitting touring professionals. Cut out of virgin lowland and intercoastal South Carolina terrain and at only 6800 yards - the front and back nines loop clockwise bringing all possible wind directions and a complete variety of golf shots into small and relatively flat but tricky greens.  Many of the golf holes are surrounded by their characteristic jet black brackish ponds and large dark 100 year old Spanish Oak trees.  Add in the abundant gray Spanish Moss hanging from the oak trees, and white sandy soil against the backdrop of green fairways and greens, and you capture a Mystique reminiscent of Robert Trent Jones’ west coast counterpart -the hilly Spyglass Hill golf club.  Reeds and intercoastal marsh land was part of what Pete Dye got to work with here at Harbour Town - a golf architects delight.  Dye does a great job with railroad ties bordering bunkers and fronting the greens with the finishing holes along the marsh and historic Calibogi Sound. CaddyBytes image 18th Green Harbor Town- (Click Here to See our Harbour Town Slide Show ):

Web Links & Golf & Travel Info for courses in Coastal South Carolina:

Charleston S.C. Courses:

Hilton Head Courses:

Myrtle Beach Golf Courses:
Charleston Golf Course's links to find deals and play:
Hilton Head Area Golf Course's links to course websites to find deals play:

Myrtle Beach Golf Course's links go directly to find deals and play:

Charleston Municipal G.C. Crescent Pointe l G.C. Heritage Club G.C.
Charleston National G.C. Dogwood Hills C.C. Indian Wells Golf Club
Coosaw Creek C.C. Eagle's Point Golf Club Indigo Creek G.C.
Daniel Island Club Ralston Creek Executive Golf Club 9 Holes
International Club
Dunes West Golf and River Club Fripp Island Ocean Creek G.C. Legends 54 Holes
Fripp Island Ocean Point G.C. Litchfield Country Club
Gifford's Golf 9 Holes Long Bay Golf Club
Golden Bear Golf Course Man O' War Golf Resort
Legend Oaks Plantation Hilton Head National Resort 27 Holes Midway Par 3

More Charleston S.C.

More Hilton Head Island

Calabash to Shallotte N.C.
- area golf courses:
- area golf courses:
- South Coastal N.C. courses:
Miler Country Club Hilton Head Plantation Brierwood G.C. Shallotte 18
Patriots Point Links Island West Golf Club
Pine Forest Country Club Lady's Island C.C.
May River Golf Club at Palmetto Bluff
Crow Creek G.C.- Calabash
Seabrook Island - Oaks G.C. Old South Golf Links Duck Woods C.C.- S. Shores
Oyster Reef G.C. Farmstead Links - Calabash
Shadowmoss Plantation G.C. Meadowlands - Calabash
St. George Country Club Palmetto Hall Plantation 36 Holes Oak Island G.C. - Caswell Bch.
The Links At Stono Ferry Penny Branch Club Oyster Bay Links - Sunset Bch.
The Links of Summerville Pintail Creek Golf Club Rivers Edge - Shallotte
Plantation Course at Edisto Sandpiper Bay - Sunset Bch.
Port Royal Golf Club 54 Holes Sea Trail Resort - Sunset Bch.
  Sea Pines Resort 54 Holes The Pearl - Sunset Bch.
  Shipyard Golf Club 27 Holes Thistle Golf Club - Sunset Bch.
  South Carolina National Golf Club  
  Spanish Wells 9 Holes  
  Sun City 36 Holes  

Kiawah Island resorts' Ocean courseKiawah Island Golf Resort

The Kiawah Island Resort is one of the most-acclaimed in the world. There are five courses at the resort the famed Ocean Course - designed by Pete & Alice Dye, and it opened in 1991. Turtle Point course was designed by Jack Nicklaus. It has also received accolades from Golf Digest magazine. Turtle Point has hosted regional tournaments such as the Carolina Amateur. The Osprey Point course at Kiawah Island was designed by Tom Fazio. It is recognized as one of the "50 Best Golf Courses for Women" by Golf for Women magazine. Designed by Clyde Johnston, the Oak Point course was purchased by the Kiawah Island Resort in 1997. He designed the course on what was once plantations that grew tomato and indigo. The Cougar Point golf course was originally named Marsh Point, and Gary Player redesigned it in 1996. It is a par 72 course, and from the tournament tees it measures 6,875 yards. It has a slope rating of 74.0/138. The famed Ocean Course which hosted the 1991 Ryder Cup, the 1997 and 2003 World Cup, the PGA Club Professional championship in 2005, the Senior PGA Championship in 2007, and will host the 2012 PGA Championship. (Review partially sourced here from