South Carolina Golf

Myrtle Beach, Charleston, Hilton Head…what more could you want?

South Carolina Golf

South Carolina is heavily populated with great bars, restaurants and sandy white beaches, but more importantly it is a paradise for top quality golf. With exceptional resorts such as Kiawah Island and Sea Pines, where you have the world famous Ocean Course and Harbour Town Links respectively – as well as the golfing mecca of Myrtle Beach which boasts a number of outstanding courses – the quality and variety of South Carolina golf is second to none. From luxurious 5* hotels to self-catering apartments close to the nightlife, the accommodation options are just as impressive; wherever you stay and play golf in South Carolina, you won’t be disappointed.

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    Varying from state region, the general weather throughout South Carolina means it can be visited year round. The coastal areas as a whole - Charleston, Hilton Head Island & Myrtle Beach - benefit from mild winters with averages around 60 degrees, still perfectly suitable for excellent golf conditions. Being sub-tropical the summers can get pretty hot and sticky with passing thunderstorms.

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Courses and Hotels In South Carolina

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