A scenic Tom Fazio design, the Keowee Vineyards course at the Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards community is routed around Lake Keowee with three of the holes on each nine set out along the water’s edge.
A classic old Seth Raynor course from 1921, the fairways at the Country Club of Charleston are laid out amongst the marshland of Ashley River.
Occupying a gently rolling, wooded property to the north of Hilton Head Island, the 18-hole golf course at Cherokee Plantation was Donald Steel’s first design in the United States.
The Cliffs at Mountain Park is a Gary Player design, with fourteen fairways routed alongside the North Saluda River. There’s also an exciting 4-hole finish – called “The Joust”...
Briar’s Creek Golf Club is situated on St.John’s Island, South Carolina and was opened in 2002 as a private club.
The Reserve at Lake Keowee is a massive 3,900-acre residential development that features this strategic and challenging Jack Nicklaus golf course as one of its main leisure activities.
Rees Jones set out the golf course at the Haig Point Club in 1987, returning to renovate the layout twenty years later.
The fairways at True Blue Golf Plantation, one of architect Mike Strantz’s earliest designs, wind their way around an old indigo and rice plantation.
The course at Tidewater Golf Club and Plantation is a highly regarded 18-hole layout that’s won many admirers since it opened in 1990.
The Wachesaw Plantation Club’s course lies within a forested property where many of the fairways are bordered by low-density housing. The par five 18th - which sits on a bluff overlooking Murrell’s Inlet - concludes a round here in some style.