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I'm heading out to Charleston, South Carolina in a year for a wedding. If anyone knows of any good courses to play while I'm out there I am all ears.

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Kiawah Island is a 20 minute drive from Charleston. Also look at a Shadowmoss Plantation and the Links at Stono Ferry.


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On 10/14/2020 at 1:57 PM, Jmikecpa said:

Kiawah Island is a 20 minute drive from Charleston. Also look at a Shadowmoss Plantation and the Links at Stono Ferry.


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Kiawah Island is really interesting to me especially since the ocean course is hosting the PGA Championship next year.

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Kiawah Island is really interesting to me especially since the ocean course is hosting the PGA Championship next year.

Awesome course and great experience. A bit on the pricey side but you get what you pay for and it is worth the coin.


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20 hours ago, Jmikecpa said:


Awesome course and great experience. A bit on the pricey side but you get what you pay for and it is worth the coin.


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Are the courses on Kiawah island open to the public or do you have to be staying there since it appears to be a resort.

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I haven't played there in many moons, but Charleston National is quite nice.  Also, Crowfield in Goose Creek was a pretty nice course when I played there.  Snee Farm was my home club when I lived there, but that was a private club then.  May be different now.

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On 10/18/2020 at 5:06 PM, ZMendle10 said:

Are the courses on Kiawah island open to the public or do you have to be staying there since it appears to be a resort.

I know I am a bit late to this, but you did say you were heading out in a year, so figured I'd chime in and STRONGLY second the recommendation for the Ocean Course - it is not hard at all to get there from Charleston and an absolutely awesome course and amazing experience beginning to end. 

To answer your other question - no, you don't have to stay at the resort to play Ocean Course, but I believe you get preferred tee times and reduced rates if you are staying there.  I booked through their website when I was in Charleston and didn't have any issues.

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17 hours ago, MGrand said:

I know I am a bit late to this, but you did say you were heading out in a year, so figured I'd chime in and STRONGLY second the recommendation for the Ocean Course - it is not hard at all to get there from Charleston and an absolutely awesome course and amazing experience beginning to end. 

To answer your other question - no, you don't have to stay at the resort to play Ocean Course, but I believe you get preferred tee times and reduced rates if you are staying there.  I booked through their website when I was in Charleston and didn't have any issues.

I will be sure to speak with the groom about your strong recommendation for the ocean course. I did some more research and all of the courses in the Charleston area seem beautiful so I am very excited to be making this trip. I guess the wedding will be fun too.

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Close to $400 for the round and then you tip the caddy. Work on keeping you ball flight low because it's always windy.  But it is one of those bucket list courses. Ten of the holes are along the ocean. The other courses on the property are less expensive in case you want to get in another round on another day. 

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45 minutes ago, Tom the Golf Nut said:

Close to $400 for the round and then you tip the caddy. Work on keeping you ball flight low because it's always windy.  But it is one of those bucket list courses. Ten of the holes are along the ocean. The other courses on the property are less expensive in case you want to get in another round on another day. 

Holy hell. I better start saving now. Thanks for the heads up.

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13 minutes ago, ZMendle10 said:

Holy hell. I better start saving now. Thanks for the heads up.

A suggested gratuity for a caddy is $100 bucks or you can just get a forecaddie for $50. I love golf and I appreciate great courses but some of them are just an absurd amount of money in my opinion.  I believe if you sign up for Golf Pass you can get 49% off at the Ocean Course. Golf pass will cost $99 a year. It is definitely worth looking into to save a hundred bucks. At least you have a year to do your homework.    

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15 minutes ago, Tom the Golf Nut said:

A suggested gratuity for a caddy is $100 bucks or you can just get a forecaddie for $50. I love golf and I appreciate great courses but some of them are just an absurd amount of money in my opinion.  I believe if you sign up for Golf Pass you can get 49% off at the Ocean Course. Golf pass will cost $99 a year. It is definitely worth looking into to save a hundred bucks. At least you have a year to do your homework.    

$100 with tip is pretty reasonable for a caddy (The rate at the club where I caddy at is ($80 with tip). I appreciate the tip on golf pass as well something to think about.

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On 10/19/2020 at 7:22 AM, CarlH said:

I haven't played there in many moons, but Charleston National is quite nice.  Also, Crowfield in Goose Creek was a pretty nice course when I played there.  Snee Farm was my home club when I lived there, but that was a private club then.  May be different now.

Yep I played Charleston National a couple of years ago great course on of my Buds was one of the Assistant Pros there at the time

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6 hours ago, Tom the Golf Nut said:

A suggested gratuity for a caddy is $100 bucks or you can just get a forecaddie for $50. I love golf and I appreciate great courses but some of them are just an absurd amount of money in my opinion.  I believe if you sign up for Golf Pass you can get 49% off at the Ocean Course. Golf pass will cost $99 a year. It is definitely worth looking into to save a hundred bucks. At least you have a year to do your homework.    

As nice as it is I could not justify the greens fee. I played it about 10 or 12 years ago with a friend that had a hook up. Forgot what it cost. But it was a great experience. 

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19 hours ago, BIG STU said:

As nice as it is I could not justify the greens fee. I played it about 10 or 12 years ago with a friend that had a hook up. Forgot what it cost. But it was a great experience. 

Exactly... I was complaining last year when Caledonia in Myrtle Beach charged me $200.00 to play.  Granted very nice courses are nice to play but you don't have to take advantage of people because you are a top 100 course. They actually had the FinnCycles there so I was all in until they charged me a cart fee of $35 to $40.00 then they wanted on top of that another $40 for the bike. "No thanks"  I rode it around the parking lot just to try it. 

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15 hours ago, Tom the Golf Nut said:

Exactly... I was complaining last year when Caledonia in Myrtle Beach charged me $200.00 to play.  Granted very nice courses are nice to play but you don't have to take advantage of people because you are a top 100 course. They actually had the FinnCycles there so I was all in until they charged me a cart fee of $35 to $40.00 then they wanted on top of that another $40 for the bike. "No thanks"  I rode it around the parking lot just to try it. 

IMHO Caledonia is not all what it is cracked up to be------ Chinese Greed is what it is--- What was funny during the Pandemic and no tourists and no Canadians the Chinese courses were suffering--- They have pissed off most of the locals--- They did away with local memberships at individual clubs and even on local golf cards at reduced rates they want to charge top dollar even if the greens have been aerated and such--- Most of the locals joined one or 2 other golf packages or single owner courses like I did. Legends group with 5 courses has the best deal followed closely by the Glenns Group.  When the pandemic hit the Chinese group temporarly closed like 6 or 7 of their courses for lack of play. My course Indigo Creek is a member of one big group but my membership is not recriprocal with the other courses. That is a seperate deal. But mostly I stay and play Indigo because that is my Happy Place at this stage of life.

Indigo is no Caledonia and the rates reflect that but for me it is the atmosphere of a local family owned and operated course. The members and overall family atmosphere is what makes it for me at this stage of life

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Are you staying in the city, or in the burbs?  And how far do you feel like driving?

I'm assuming you're staying in town.  You should; Charleston is awesome.  If you're going to splurge and play the Ocean Course, consider going to the opposite end of the spectrum and play the recently renovated Charleston Muni.  The architecture illuminati are really excited about it.

https://thefriedegg.com/charleston-municipal-golf-course-renovation-seth-raynor-troy-miller/

I intend to drag my dad away from Dunes West out in Mount Pleasant for at least one round there the next time I'm down there.

I can second the nomination for Charleston National (also Mount Pleasant).  I have a soft spot for DW (my dad and I have a pretty good record in the member-guest), and it's pretty good for an Arthur Hills course.

If you can get on Yeaman's Hall, Country Club of Charleston, or Bull's Bay out in Awendaw, do it.  Dad still has not gotten me on any of these.

I've heard that Patriot's Point and Rivertowne (also Mount Pleasant) are not looking great these days.

Snee Farm (also Mount Pleasant) is still private, but if you belong to a ClubCorp club with the ONE add on or Play Away, you can get on there.

The Plantation Course at Edisto (Edisto Island) is also pretty cool if you don't mind taking a ride.  Eat at the Old Post Office restaurant and get the shrimp and grits.

 

 

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10 hours ago, HardcoreLooper said:

Are you staying in the city, or in the burbs?  And how far do you feel like driving?

I'm assuming you're staying in town.  You should; Charleston is awesome.  If you're going to splurge and play the Ocean Course, consider going to the opposite end of the spectrum and play the recently renovated Charleston Muni.  The architecture illuminati are really excited about it.

https://thefriedegg.com/charleston-municipal-golf-course-renovation-seth-raynor-troy-miller/

I intend to drag my dad away from Dunes West out in Mount Pleasant for at least one round there the next time I'm down there.

I can second the nomination for Charleston National (also Mount Pleasant).  I have a soft spot for DW (my dad and I have a pretty good record in the member-guest), and it's pretty good for an Arthur Hills course.

If you can get on Yeaman's Hall, Country Club of Charleston, or Bull's Bay out in Awendaw, do it.  Dad still has not gotten me on any of these.

I've heard that Patriot's Point and Rivertowne (also Mount Pleasant) are not looking great these days.

Snee Farm (also Mount Pleasant) is still private, but if you belong to a ClubCorp club with the ONE add on or Play Away, you can get on there.

The Plantation Course at Edisto (Edisto Island) is also pretty cool if you don't mind taking a ride.  Eat at the Old Post Office restaurant and get the shrimp and grits.

 

 

Right now nothing is booked officially. The plan is to get there a few days early and stay in an air bnb and then only stay in the hotel which is in the city for the night of the wedding. 

All good course recommendations and I will be sure to look them up and plan accordingly. 

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So to help out, i live in Charleston and more specifically, Dunes West.

  • I do enjoy dunes west as it is right here in my neighborhood. They maintain it well, very playable (wide  enough fairways) .Will cost abt $100 (standard for the area).
  • Kiawah and its courses are VERY nice. doesnt matter where you play, they all are maintained to a very high standard. Of course the Ocean Course gets the attention but Osprey is beautiful and fun, Cougar, turtle, and Oak are great too. The Ocean Course will definitely cost you more money and also requires a caddie. Book well in advance bc peak season is busy.
  • There are 2 courses on Seabrook island as well towards Kiawah but i have not played them or heard a whole lot. I would suspect they are well maintaiend like Kiawah.
  • Charleston National is a fun layout but i think it has gotten too expensive for what it is. Kinda fallen off my radar.
  • Stono Ferry is reasonable. Has a few holes along the Stono River.
  • The Municipal course WAS pretty good. They revamped the course and d I personally think its one of the worst. Yes its cheap but the fairways are tight and the green are awful. You can very easily get stuck behind very slow groups bc it stays very very busyy; especially on weekends if its nice out.
  • Patriots Point is right off the Cooper Bridge into Mt. Pleasant.Nothing real special but i convenient and has 2-3 challenging holes to close it out; especially if the wind is coming off the harbor. 
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