The Villas at Kiawah Island Golf Resort
The Villas at Kiawah Island Golf Resort overview
Located an hour south of Charleston you will find Kiawah Island nestled on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. The Kiawah Villas range in size from one to four-bedrooms and provide guests with lots of space and great views of the surrounding area. With five championship courses, including the legendary Ocean Course, golfers will be spoilt for choice. With first-class dining options available and a medley of activities offered, Kiawah Island has everything. This idyllic setting coupled with unrivalled customer service make a stay at Kiawah Island perfect for your next golf vacation.
Kiawah Island is simply a golfer’s paradise, with five courses to experience during your stay, it is the perfect destination for your next golf vacation with designers such as Dye, Fazio, Nicklaus and Player all putting their stamp on the resort.
The Pete Dye-designed Ocean Course, host to the 1991 Ryder Cup and Rory McIlroy’s empathic PGA Championship win in 2012 is an absolute must-play. Add Osprey, Turtle, Cougar and Oak Point to the choice on hand and you have a selection of golf that will rival any resort in the world.
The Villas at Kiawah Island have one to four-bedroom units available to guests. These stylish and well-designed villas come with fully equipped kitchens and TV’s in each of the bedrooms. Bedding options vary depending on your choice of unit, but with such a vast array of villas available, there is always a fit with each group. Many of the villas feature ocean and garden views, allowing guests to indulge in the beautiful low country landscape.
Restaurant & Bars
With 11 restaurants located across the resort, there is something to please every guest and every taste. ‘The Ocean Room and Lounge at The Sanctuary’ is Kiawah’s premier steakhouse where guests will be required to dress formally. ‘Jasmine Porch at The Sanctuary’ offers authentic Lowcountry cuisine and Southern favorites. For more casual options, Kiawah features the ‘Loggerhead Grill at The Sanctuary’ and ‘Night Heron Grill.’ Both choices include poolside service.
Each of the five courses has their own clubhouse where further dining options await ‘The Players’ Pub’, ‘Ryder Cup Bar,’ ‘Tomasso at Turtle Point’ and ‘Cherrywood BBQ’ are all perfect for a well-earned meal following a round at Kiawah.
Spa & Leisure
Guests staying at the Villas at Kiawah Island can utilize the ‘The Spa at The Sanctuary.’ Annually rated as one of the best in the country, guests can treat themselves to a day of relaxation and rejuvenation. Villa guests also have access to two interactive swimming pool complexes.
The entrance to Kiawah Island is approximately a 40-minute drive from downtown Charleston, South Carolina. However, it is worth noting that Kiawah Island really does spread out and from the entry gate to the Ocean Course at the far end of the property is a further 20 minutes’ drive.
Outside of golf, guests have several different activities they can do while staying at the Villas at Kiawah Island. Those seeking full relaxation can spend a day at ‘The Spa at The Sanctuary,’ the pool, or the beach. Tennis courts and the fitness center are available to those looking to stay active during their trip and with complimentary island transportation for all villa guests it is easy to get around the resort to enjoy all on offer.
Golf courses at The Villas at Kiawah Island Golf Resort
The Pete Dye-designed Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort is one of the most renowned courses in the world. Playing 7356 yards from the tips with 5 tee boxes available, the Ocean Course is a demanding links style golf course. With 10 holes hugging the Atlantic Ocean, players will have to contend with a strong breeze throughout the round. Maybe Pete Dye’s finest design, this magnificent golf course belongs on any players bucket list.
Turtle Point Course
The Nicklaus-designed Turtle Point is an exceptional course located onsite at Kiawah Island Golf Resort. Playing just over 7000 yards from the tips, with 5 tee boxes to choose from, this par-72 course is one of the finest on Kiawah Island. Narrow fairways, small greens, and a myriad of water hazards provide protection to Turtle Point. Exceptional views and a great layout help make Turtle Point a great addition to your Kiawah experience.
Osprey Point Course
The Fazio-designed Osprey Point at Kiawah Island Resort plays 6932 yards from the back tees with 5 tee boxes to select from. Golfers are presented with a fantastic mix of short and long par 4’s as well as risk-reward par 5’s, making it an exciting experience for all. Lauded for its generous fairways and playability, golfers will still need to contend with difficult greens and numerous water hazards throughout the course. Osprey Point is another fine golf course to enjoy whilst at Kiawah Island.
Oak Point Course
Oak Point golf course was originally part of the Kiawah River Estates before being bought by Kiawah Island Resort in 2001. This par-72 resort-style course measures just over 6700 yards from the tournament tees and offers 5 tee boxes. Despite plenty of water, it is considered the easiest of the Kiawah courses and is praised for its playability and stellar course conditions. Meandering through the salty marshes and natural landscape, Oak Point is a great round of golf.
Cougar Point Course
Cougar Point is one of the five courses at Kiawah Island Golf Resort. Playing 6814 yards from the tips with 6 tee boxes to select from, Cougar Point is a course to be enjoyed by all. Tight, tree-lined fairways and small greens make this ‘shorter’ course difficult and players will need to contend with water hazards that are featured on many of the holes. Set among the low country marsh, Cougar Point offers the most scenic views at Kiawah Island outside of the Ocean Course.
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