South Carolina Golf

Kiawah Island, 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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