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A Golfer's Paradise in Charleston


Each year, thousands of visitors flock to Charleston to practice their golf game on some of the world's most popular courses in one of the country's most celebrated golfing regions. It's no surprise golfers of all ages and levels enjoy playing a round or two in the Charleston, South Carolina area; the lowcountry enjoys a warmer-than-average climate year-round that extends the outdoor golf season by a few extra months when compared with other popular golf regions such as the Northeast. The most challenging part of your golf game in Charleston may be the strong ocean breezes, or it just may be the difficulty of choosing among so many world and nationally-ranked courses!

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The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort


The par-72 Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort is perhaps the most famous of all Charleston area golf courses, due to its picturesque seaside setting as well as its hosting of the 2007 Senior PG Championships as well as the 2012 PGA Championships.


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Yeaman's Hall Club


The historic Yeaman's Hall Club is located just 20 minutes from downtown Charleston in Hanahan, but feels a million miles away due to its secluded and peaceful setting.



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Wild Dunes


Golf Digest says Wild Dunes Resort is among the "Best in State" for golf in South Carolina. Both guests and locals can enjoy 36 holes of signature golf courses designed by Tom Fazio. The Links Course and Harbor Course are open to the public and challenge players at every skill level.


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Seabrook Island


Uncrowded playing conditions and 36 holes of championship golf played on two challenging and uniquely different courses. This privacy ensures resort guests a refreshing pace of play.


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Patriot's Point Links


Situated on the edge of Charleston Harbor and offering spectacular views of the city, Fort Sumter, and ships arriving from all over the world, It’s located in Mount Pleasant at the foot of the Cooper River bridge and just five minutes from downtown.


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