The course at Oldfield Golf Club occupies a wetlands-flanked tract of land adjacent to the Okatie River. Opened in 2002, it was Greg Norman’s first Lowcountry design.
William B. Langford laid out the Riverside course to a Donald Ross design and it opened for play in 1923. George Cobb added seven new holes in the early 60s when new land became available on the opposite side of the Reedy River before Brian Silva added his stamp in the new millennium.
Constructed four years ahead of Arthur Hills’ Morgan River layout at Dataw Island Club in 1985, the Cotton Dike course is a Tom Fazio design that’s laid out along the narrow island’s southern and eastern shoreline.
The Golf Club at Indigo Run is one of only a few private golf clubs on Hilton Head Island and the course was Jack Nicklaus’s first co-design with his son Jack in 1995.
The course at Pine Lakes Country Club was the very first to open in Myrtle Beach, back in 1927. Today, it’s one of twenty-two Prime Times Founders Collection courses comprising the best value golf group in the area.
The Pete and P.B. Dye course at Cross Creek Plantation is set out within an expansive 500-acre residential estate that lies close to Lake Keowee, Lake Jocassee and Lake Hartwell in the Golden Corner of South Carolina.
The Woodcreek course at the Members Club at Woodcreek and WildeWood is a late 1990s Tom Fazio design that’s routed around a residential development in Elgin, north east of Columbia.
The original 18-hole course at Mount Vintage Golf Club opened in 2000, bringing the Chester and Vintage nines into play. Eight years later, the Independent nine was added to form a fabulous 27-hole golf complex.
Opened in 1989 and designed by Dan Maples, The Witch Golf Club is the headline layout of three courses in the Mystical Golf portfolio.
The Aiken Golf Club dates back to 1912, when an 11-hole course was developed as an amenity for the Highland Park Hotel. Operated as a municipal facility during the 1940s and 1950s, the course was rebuilt and renamed during the late 1990s.