Another exciting inland South Carolina golf destination includes four regions from the center of the state to the extreme northwest tip. Known as Mountains to Midlands, it includes Columbia, Aiken, Greenville and Rock Hill.
Columbia is the state capitol and home to the majestic Lake Murray, with over 650 miles of shoreline. The area boasts 14 golf courses including the home course of the Gamecocks golf teams, Cobblestone Park; the P.B. Dye designed, Windermere; and Oak Hills, a Davis Love III design.
Often overlooked because of its proximity to the one and only Augusta, Aiken might just be the best kept secret in the state. Its Aiken Golf Club is an historic layout, established in 1912, and was the first course in the U.S. with forward tees for women.
With over 16 courses, you’ll experience scenic hill tops and valleys with babbling brooks in the Greenville area. The Preserve at Verdae, carved out of the Carolina Forest, is located in mid-town, while Woodfin Ridge and River Falls Plantation, north of town, provide dramatic, mountainous settings.
Rock Hill, just 20 miles south of Charlotte International Airport features 11 courses, including two historic private facilities, Rock Hill Country Club (A.W. Tillinghast, 1934) and Camden Country Club (Donald Ross, 1903) that are only accessible through Mountains to Midlands golf packages.
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