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Golf Courses in Charleston, South Carolina
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Charleston National Golf Club in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina
Charleston National Golf Club
1360 National Dr.
Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina  29466

Charleston National is a Rees Jones designed championship golf course, open to the public, year round. Rated by Golf Digest as the best non-resort golf course in the Charleston area, it truly is Charleston's "hidden gem."

Dunes West Golf Club in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
Dunes West Golf Club
3535 Wando Plantation Way
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina  29466

Set amid bermuda covered dunes and 200 year old oaks draped in spanish moss, Dunes West Golf Club is a nationally acclaimed golf facility. Dunes West was designed by Arthur Hills and was built to blend its historical rich environment with a great golf course. A great option for all South Carolina golf packages.

Rivertowne Country Club in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
Rivertowne Country Club
1700 RiverTowne Country Club Dr.
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina  29466

RiverTowne Country Club is home to Charleston's only Arnold Palmer Signature golf course. Awarded 4.5 stars by Golf Digest, RiverTowne has hosted LGPA tournaments and was named Charleston Golf Course of the Year in 2015.

Wild Dunes Harbor Course in Isle of Palms, South Carolina
Wild Dunes Harbor Course
5881 Palmetto Drive
Isle of Palms, South Carolina  29451

Built on the intracoastal waterway at Wild Dunes Resort with six par 3s - golfers can experience the true beauty of the island and play every club in their bag. Harbor course has large greens, water hazards on on 17 of the 18 holes, and extensive bunkers. 30 minutes from Charleston.

Wild Dunes Links Course in Isle of Palms, South Carolina
Wild Dunes Links Course
10001 Back Bay Drive
Isle of Palms, South Carolina  29451

Consistently ranked in the top 100 by Golf Digest, the Isle of Palms Link course features breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. The Links course has large sand dunes, rolling terrain and 3 finishing holes located ocean side. This is the first course bearing Tom Fazio's name as a solo course designer.