Wild Dunes Resort
Charleston & Kiawah Island, USA
Wild Dunes Resort overview
Located on the beautiful Isle of Palms in South Carolina is Wild Dunes Resort. With 1 to 7-bedroom condos, townhouses and homes to choose from and two courses on property, it is a great choice for a golf vacation. Wild Dunes Resort sits on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, giving you easy access to miles of white sand beach and with Charleston just a 30 minute drive away, a day out exploring this historic city is also at your fingertips.
The Links and Harbor courses on site are a must play and, with the likes of RiverTowne Country Club and Charleston National in close proximity, there is plenty of golf to choose from. Away from the course there’s so much to enjoy, from bike rentals, tennis, water sports and the spa – the list is endless.
Wild Dunes Resort offers guests two memorable Tom Fazio designed golf courses that are prime examples of Lowcountry golf. The Links Course and Harbor Course offer a challenging test while still providing scenic views of either the Atlantic Ocean or Intracoastal Waterway. Make sure to tackle both on your vacation to experience two contrasting course styles.
Wild Dunes Resort offers some of the best vacation home and beach house rentals in Isle of Palms, South Carolina. With options ranging from one-bedroom condos to seven-bedroom homes, there’s a great diversity of styles and sizes to help you choose the perfect accommodation for your vacation.
There are options located throughout the resort, including boardwalk and beachfront locations, as well as more residential settings tucked into quaint island communities. All come with easy access to the beach and resort amenities.
Restaurant & Bars
There is plenty of choice when it comes to eating and drinking at Wild Dunes Resort – some of the places to try include Huey’s Southern Eats, Woody’s Eatery, Coastal Provisions, The Salty Goat Bar and Hudson’s Market. From fine dining to casual local cuisine, everything is available. The resort also offers ‘Dinner Delivered’ - a multi-course meal for up to ten people, complete with disposable dinnerware and condiments.
Spa & Leisure
The Sand & Sea Spa at Wild Dunes Resort offers a full menu of manicures, pedicures, massages, facials, and body scrubs – everything you could ever need to fully relax.
If you’re looking to stay in shape, then the fitness center has all the equipment that you will require plus there are a variety of classes that you can join from Yoga to Power Circuits.
Wild Dunes Resort is located in Isle of Palms and sits on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, just up the coast from downtown Charleston.
On Site Activities
Marsh kayaking, ocean fishing, water sports, biking, tennis – the list goes on and on. There is so much extra to do at Wild Dunes Resort.
Both courses have their own clubhouses and a pint of local beer with your golfing buddies at either is a great way to finish the day.
Did You Know
The 18th hole on the Links Course was originally a par-5 when the course was first built in 1980. However, battling with the elements for a number of years, erosion and changing tidal movements took their toll on this piece of the land and it now plays as a challenging par-3.
The finish on the Links Course is stunning; 16, 17 and 18 must be the signature holes at Wild Dunes. The 16th is a par-3, the teeing area is set in the marshland and you play to a small green with the ocean in the distance. 17 (a par-4) and 18 (a par-3) run along the side of the Atlantic Ocean – a breath-taking finish.
Golf courses at Wild Dunes Resort
One of two great courses at Wild Dunes Resort, the Harbor Course is the tighter of the two and is regarded as one of the tighter layouts around Charleston. This Tom Fazio design runs through stunning lagoons and marshes, making it quite a test to golfers. Although it only measures around 6,300 yards don't let the distance fool you, accuracy is key throughout the course.
The Links Course at Wild Dunes Resort is situated on the Isle of Palms, just outside historic Charleston, SC. This beautiful par-70 links-style course plays 6503 yards from the back tees with four tee boxes available. Tight fairways are surrounded by palm trees and waste areas and players will have to contend with water hazards and an unpredictable coastal breeze throughout the round. The scenic Links Course features dramatic closing holes that run right along the Atlantic Ocean.