Experience a variety of golf courses in South Carolina's golfing hot spots
It’s no surprise that South Carolina is one of the top destinations for golf in the USA. It’s not just the championship golf courses on offer that make it so popular, but the variety of course layouts, allowing golfers to test their skills against the pros, or play for fun.
Conveniently, Myrtle Beach, Charleston, Kiawah and Hilton Head Island are separated by little more than a four-hour drive, so you can easily experience more than one destination during your golf holiday in South Carolina.
Why book a golf holiday to South Carolina?
- Take the direct flight into Charleston from the UK to access the golf regions of South Carolina
- The city of Charleston is regularly voted the No.1 place to visit in the USA
- The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island again hosts a Major in 2021 - the PGA Championship
- Enjoy a multi-centre stay in South Carolina - the golfing regions are just 2 hours apart
Play championship courses in South Carolina
South Carolina spoils you for choice. Choice of golf courses, choice of accommodation and choice of post-golf activities and we’re sure that no matter what you choose, you’ll want to return for more. The state has everything from bucket-list golf courses such as The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island to PGA TOUR venues including Harbour Town Links featuring the iconic red and white hooped lighthouse as the 18th hole backdrop.
The Villas at Kiawah Island Golf Resort is a firm customer favourite with five great courses just minutes away from the accommodation, including the past and future Ryder Cup and PGA Championship Ocean Course that, when played, will give you plenty of bragging rights when returning to your home golf club. If you’re looking to create a unique golf tour experience, Myrtle Beach as your base allows you to play a vast number of top-quality courses making this region one of the best-golfing hotspots in America.
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Where to play on your South Carolina golf package
Things you should see & do during your golf holiday in South Carolina
South Carolina is quite simply a golfing paradise and with so much to keep you entertained both on and off the course, it’s little wonder. The warm southern hospitality, great weather, white sandy beaches and outstanding food make it an easy choice for families, friends and couples alike. Visit Stylish Charleston which was recently voted by Condé Nast Traveller readers as the top city in the world outside of the UK and the number one small city in the USA. Experience the delicious cuisine and lively nightlife.
Visit Waterfront Park and chill out by the walkways and fountains or embark on a sunset boat tour. Take a stroll along the beach, arcades or visit the old-fashioned Family Kingdom amusement park on Myrtle Beach. The Harbour Town Lighthouse and Coastal Discovery Museum with its buildings, trees and themed gardens are well worth a visit when you’re in Hilton Head.
“Simply a golfing paradise – and there’s so much to do off the course as well. Be sue to include at least an overnight stop in Charleston to get a real flavour of the south.”
Explore by map
Not sure where to play? Browse our map and find your ideal destination in a continent of possibilities. We know you will be spoiled for choice! Remember our Knowledgable golf experts are ready to answer any questions.
Luxurious resorts & Southern hospitality
If you’re wondering where to stay during your golf trip, there are an abundance of luxurious five-star hotels and self-catering apartments close to top attractions and nightlife. Stay at the luxurious Sea Pines Resort, Charleston to experience world-class hospitality, onsite golf and fantastic sea views.
Those looking for their own space and privacy, stay in a luxury villa at Kiawah Island Golf Resort in Hilton Head. If you’re staying and playing at Myrtle Beach, the Barefoot Resort 3* is an excellent choice, as well as the Scottish inspired Legends Golf Resort 3*.