Located on Hilton Head Island, this iconic course is home to the RBC Heritage PGA Tour event. Its signature red-and-white lighthouse overlooking.
Kiawah Island boasts several top-notch courses, with the Ocean Course being the most famous.
Situated in Myrtle Beach, this historic course is known for its classic design and oceanfront holes.
Another gem in Myrtle Beach, Caledonia offers a picturesque Lowcountry setting. The course winds through live oak trees.
While not located in South Carolina, Pinehurst No. 2 in North Carolina is a renowned destination for golfers from the South.
Found in North Myrtle Beach, Tidewater is celebrated for its stunning views of the Intracoastal Waterway.
As one of the premier courses in Hilton Head, this Gary Player and Bobby Weed-designed course is known for its dynamic layout.
Located near Myrtle Beach, True Blue boasts dramatic natural surroundings with expansive fairways and challenging bunkers.
Nestled in Pawleys Island, The Reserve offers a tranquil atmosphere and a challenging Greg Norman-designed layout.