South Carolina Golf Information
South Carolina offers
abundant golfing throughout the state. Historic
Charleston is the home of one of America's first
golf courses, Harleston Green, founded in 1786.
The northern area of the state sports dozens
Myrtle Beach claims to be the Golf capital of the World.
An average winter temperature in the fifties
Fahrenheit promotes year round play on over
100 golf courses. Bargain hunting golfers should
consider Myrtle Beach in the winter months.
During the off-season for the surf-and-sun crowd,
many hotels offer specially priced golf packages
including green fees, hotel rooms, and gourmet
Hilton Head Island offers over 20 public or
semi-private championship golf courses. The
list of course designers includes some of the
very best architects: Jack Nicklaus, Robert
Trent Jones, Pete Dye, Gary Player, Tom Fazio,
Dan Maples, and Rees Jones.
Use our South Carolina Golf Course Directory to find information on the Top Public Golf Courses South Carolina has to offer. Our South Carolina directory provides course descriptions, course features, phone numbers, directions, pictures and direct links to the best South Carolina Golf Course websites.