Here’s just a sample of the 700-plus featured golf courses that have been showcased on Golf America.
The Reserve Golf Club
Recognized by the South Carolina Golf Panel as the fifth-best course on the Grand Strand, The Reserve Golf Club, a Greg Norman design poses a formidable test to golfers of all skill levels. Fast and fun, there is a tee box for you on this 7,200 yard, par 72 tract.
Players and course evaluators nationwide rave about the course’s unique natural design that conforms to its low-country wetland surrounding. Bordering protected conservation areas and 160 acres of natural wetlands, part of the experience is crossing the charming wooden bridges that link our fairways. Inspired by the perfection of nature itself, The Reserve’s Golf course feels as if it has always been here.
Bent Pine Golf Club
Bent Pine became identified early on as one of the masterpieces of noted architect Joe Lee. In addition to Bent Pine, Joe Lee designed many renowned courses including La Costa (CA), Jekyll Island Gold Club (SC), Country Club of Virginia (Tuckahoe Course), St. Clair Country Club (Pittsburgh, PA), Del Mar (Santa Fe, NM), Sea Island (Retreat Course, GA), and Hobe Sound Golf Club (FL).
Taking full advantage of the 1,600-acre property and its varied terrain, the 27-hole course at Governors Club satisfies golfers at all levels. It offers variety, great natural beauty, and thoughtful design with three distinct nine-hole courses, the Lakes, Foothills, and Mountain.
Addison Reserve Country Club
Designed by renowned golf architect Arthur Hills, Addison’s three nine-hole championship courses, Trepidation, Redemption, and Salvation, combine beauty and challenge.
Drawing upon its rich local heritage and picturesque landscape, the Currahee Club golf course is private, unspoiled, and uncrowded, the way golf was meant to be played. The 18-hole, Jim Fazio-designed masterpiece is a spectacular centerpiece to this extraordinary community.
The quality of the Colleton River Club courses is matched only by their beauty. World-renowned designers, Jack Nicklaus and Pete Dye bring Colleton River Members 36 masterfully planned holes amidst sweeping water views. The 6-hole executive Par 3 course from Bruce Borland adds yet another option to the Colleton River golf experience.
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