The very scenic Cliffs at Glassy golf course is a tough Tom Jackson-designed layout featuring some massive tee carries and tight-angled doglegs on fairways that sit on top of a 3,000-foot high mountain.
The layout at Arcadian Shores Golf Club was the first solo project that Rees Jones undertook when he flew the nest from his father’s design company so it’s something of a sentimental favourite with the esteemed architect.
Formed in 1903, Camden Country Club secured the services of Donald Ross in the late 1920s to transform its 18-hole layout into one of the Palmetto State’s most challenging courses.
A new millennium design from Tom Fazio, the Beresford Creek course at Daniel Island Club shares a clubhouse with the more recently constructed Rees Jones-designed Ralston Creek.
With holes set out on a bluff overlooking the Intercoastal Waterway, the Grande Dunes Resort Club course had greens converted to Bermuda grass in 2012.
The Ralston Creek golf course at Daniel Island Club is a Rees Jones design that was unveiled in 2006, six years after Tom Fazio’s Beresford Creek layout debuted at the same location.
Designed with narrow fairways and undulating greens, the 18-hole layout at the Country Club of Spartanburg features bermuda fairways and bent grass greens.
Set out within a gated estate, the Dye course at the Barefoot Resort is the only semi-private layout at this fantastic four-course facility.
There’s quite a bit of elevation change encountered during a round on the North course at Berkeley Hall, which is not the sort of playing characteristic normally associated with golfing close to the south east coast.
Featuring five holes that lie in the ruins of an old plantation residence, the Love course at Barefoot Resort is an award-winning design from Carolina-born Davis Love III.