There are many great golf destinations all around South Carolina. From
the mountains to the coast and the pristine lakes in between, these unique,
undiscovered South Carolina golf locales are beckoning golfers to try something different in
the Palmetto State. South Carolina’s Lowcountry covers the most southern
coastline and the small towns along and west of I-95 just north of Georgia.
Greenwood is located in the rolling hills of western South Carolina an hour due north of Augusta; and Lake Hartwell Country borders both Georgia and North Carolina in the most northwestern part of the state.
If you’re looking for quality golf and value–priced golf packages, we’ve
got you covered. Want warmer winter temperatures and a generous serving
of Southern hospitality? No problem here. Oh, did we mention our
neighbors to the south? There’s a course you might have heard about in
Augusta. They have a tournament there that’s a pretty big deal.
Golfers who stay here during Masters week know a secret about
the Greenwood area of South Carolina. Woven around the picturesque
landscape and numerous lakes are quality golf courses. More than 15 of them, including a Davis Love III–designed course set alongside Lake Greenwood. And our value–priced golf packages make South Carolina golf vacations affordable on almost any budget.
Greenwood is located in upstate South Carolina, one hour south of Greenville, South Carolina and one hour north of Augusta, Georgia. The closest major airport is Greenville–Spartanburg International Airport, about an hour away. Greenwood’s climate is mild and seasonable. With an average temperature of 68 degrees, we offer golfers from the north much warmer winter temperatures for golf vacations in South Carolina.
Set up your shot against the backdrop of rolling hills, lakes, and the Blue
Ridge Mountains. Lake Hartwell Country is home to seventeen golf courses,
including The Walker Course at Clemson University with its famous tiger
paw 16th hole; Chickasaw Point Golf Course in Westminster, offering
numerous elevation changes, tight fairways and several beautiful ponds;
Stone Creek Cove Golf Course, a charming nine-hole course located along
the shores of Lake Hartwell in Anderson; the historic Boscobel Golf Club in Pendleton, surrounded by mature oaks and pines offering an old fashioned design with modern fairways and greens; and the many area country clubs which are available to play.
The natural beauty, rich history and culture of Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens Counties offer mountain peaks, waterfalls, rolling hills, lakes, and streams that create a picturesque backdrop for exploration and recreation. Enjoy dining and shopping in one of Lake Hartwell Country’s many small towns or vibrant cities. Stay overnight in a hotel, bed & breakfast inn, cabin, or campground. Located along Interstate 85 midway between Atlanta and Charlotte, Lake Hartwell Country is easy to reach and a gem to visit.
Most golfers are familiar with Hilton Head Island, whether from playing one of the many resort courses or watching the annual PGA TOUR event at Sea Pines, but two really unique golf destination are in this beautiful region of the state. They are Edisto Island and Beaufort.
Edisto Island is home to the Plantation Course. Nestled in giant live oaks, magnolias and towering palms, any golf enthusiasts will find a very challenging, but player-friendly layout. Distance is not as important as accuracy and one must not disregard the many water hazards. Regardless of your skill level, you are certain to enjoy the beauty of the course and surrounding areas. The resort features on-site condos for stay and play packages.
Greater Beaufort is home to many world-class courses, such as Sanctuary Golf Club Cat Island, Secession Golf Club, Dataw Island, as well as the courses on Fripp Island. But it’s The Legends Course on Parris Island that’s the true hidden gem. Each hole is named for a legendary U.S. Marine who significantly impacted U.S. history or excelled in service.
Lowcountry accommodations range from reasonably-priced hotels to the finest four-star resorts, bed & breakfasts, inns, or beach-front cottages.