Charleston Golf

This beautiful historic port city embodies elegance and charm, but its golf also packs a punch

Golf in Charleston

The port city of Charleston is known for its cobbled streets, pastel houses, excellent restaurants and friendly locals ('Southern Charm'). The golf is also exceptional. It might not have the same quantity of courses as Myrtle Beach, but in terms of quality, the area around historic Charleston is just as impressive. 

Top billing goes to Kiawah Island, home of the famed Ocean Course, that ranks among America’s Top 10 golf resorts and was the venue for the 1991 Ryder Cup and 2012 PGA Championship. This coupled with a stay in Charleston, and playing four impressive local layouts including the Arnold Palmer Signature course at Rivertowne and the Rees Jones designed Charleston National, will give you a low country golf trip to savour.

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    For the ideal getaway, your best bet is to travel in the Spring and the Fall when the weather is at 70-degrees, and the winter rain and summer humidity is somewhat distant. Plus be wary of any availability issues associated with The Masters tournament in Augusta (early April). The cool down for winter begins in December with temperatures hovering around 50, and the mild autumn weather makes popular food events such as Taste of Charleston all the more enjoyable.

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