The Links at Stono Ferry
Golf Club Overview
This fantastic links layout was voted 2011 South Carolina Golf Course of the year, and it’s not hard to see why! The intercoastal waters of South Carolina weave between the fairways and greens to create a stunning layout.
There is an abundance of good golf at Stono Ferry and plenty of history as well. The scenic back nine certainly goes up a gear from the more ordinary front nine, taking you out to the banks of the wide and impressive Stono River. The signature par-3 13th hole is played from a jetty of a former river crossing, and requires a 150 yard shot across a slice of the river and onto a green protected by trees left and right. The front nine is more open but the return is a much tougher test. The key to a good score here is well-placed iron shots and accurate approach play, rather than long driving. If you are not playing your best then soak up the stunning views this course has to offer. A must-play when golfing in South Carolina.
Accommodation near The Links at Stono Ferry
Francis Marion Hotel
The Francis Marion is a brilliant hotel in the heart of Charleston within a driveable distance of all the best courses of area such as Kiawah Island and The Links at Stono Ferry as well as being handily located near the local bars and restaurants.