Golf in South Carolina Myrtle Beach Hilton Head Island and Charleston
South Carolina is a true golfing paradise. With exceptional venues such as Kiawah Island and Harbour Town - as well as the famous Myrtle Beach which boasts a huge number of courses - the quality and variety of golf to be found here is second to none.
From luxurious 5* hotels to self-catering apartments close to the nightlife, the accommodation options are just as impressive; wherever you choose to stay and play golf in South Carolina you won’t be disappointed.
Golf in Charleston
Golf in Charleston Destination Guide
Charleston is quickly becoming one of the top golfing travel destinations in the world and it is no wonder why. There are Golf in Charlestonmany top courses in the area including Ryder Cup and USPGA venue Kiawah Island and one thing is for sure, you won’t be disappointed with any of the courses you play.
The coastal city of Charleston sits on the east coast of the USA in South Carolina and is roughly a three-hour drive from Charlotte Airport where you can get direct flights from the UK. On top of this, there are also connecting flights into Charleston Airport, with Kiawah Island just a 45-minute drive further south......Read the article in full >>>
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Golf in Hilton Head Island
Hilton Head Island Destination Guide
Luke Donald and Davis Love III, who have both enjoyed success at Harbour Town Links on Hilton Head Island, love the place. It is one of the most iconic courses in the United States and hosts the RBC Heritage tournament, which always attracts a star-studded field.
Located in South Carolina, it is overlooked by the famous red and white-striped lighthouse that sits behind the 18th green and provides probably the most glorious setting on tour. And you can play it too........Read the article in full >>>>
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Golf in Myrtle Beach
Golf in Myrtle Beach Destination Guide
It has long been a favourite for US golfing visitors and over the past 20 years UK golfers have begun to flock to the manicured Myrtle Beach fairways of South Carolina’s Myrtle Beach and it is not hard to see why.
Over 100 high quality courses adjourn a 60 mile stretch of stunning South Carolina coastline, it is the high density of courses that has made Myrtle Beach a golfing Mecca for players the world over. Those who come to play enjoy the year round golfing season and average temperature of 25C.....Read the article in full >>>
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