Charleston Golf Courses and Packages Wrapped in History

Posted on 02 March 2011   Articles, Golf Course Reviews

If you are fond of the historic city of Charleston, South Carolina, then you will want to check out the best Charleston golf courses available in and around the “Holy City”. Charleston golf courses provide so much more than just the average outing. You can expect to be treated to the best Southern hospitality along with stunning natural beauty and unique charm that Charleston offers. Here are South Carolina Golf Magazine’s hot spots for Charleston golf courses and packages:

Coosaw Creek golf course is a semi-private 6,500 yard, 71-par course with plenty of Low Country flavor. This course was designed by Arthur Hills and offers many challenging plays on it’s unusual rolling terrain and innovative waterways. Spend a day here with business colleagues or spend a fun day with family and friends as you enjoy a day in the life of all that Charleston has to offer. Great daily Charleston golf packages and drink specials in the nearby country club.

Shadowmoss Plantation golf course is just 12 miles from downtown Charleston and a 5-minute drive from I-526. Shadowmoss was voted Golf Digest’s Places to Play in 2008, and rated “A Fun, Well Conditioned Test” by Golf Magazine. The massive course features champion ultra dwarf greens and five sets of tees for superb enjoyment for golfers of all ages and skills. In addition, Shadowmoss is located nearby Magnolia Plantation and Gardens – one of the most beautiful places in the world. Grab your Charleston golf packages here and find out why this is a favorite with locals.

Charleston National Golf Club is just a short drive across the new Arthur Ravenel Bridge in the lovely village of Mount Pleasant, the original settlement for “Charlestowne”. This stunning Charleston golf course has some of the highest standards in the industry and is the only Rees Jones design in Charleston that is open to the public. This one of a kind experience features a championship course sculpted out of the Low Country marshland surrounded by angel oaks, palm trees and a refreshing ocean breeze. Charleston National Golf Club has consistently been voted America’s top Golf Courses in Zagat and Golf Digest for many years.

For the ultimate in a South Carolina golf vacation, be sure to check out the remaining courses found here at South Carolina Golf Magazine. We feature only the best of what Charleston Golf packages offer.

Charleston Golf Courses and Packages Wrapped in History

By Tess Taylor

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