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Charleston Golf Tour

Charleston, South Carolina’s largest and most notable city, is home to some golfing hidden gems. The Atlantic Coast port city is well-known for its pastel coloured houses and Old Town architecture, and is steeped in history dating back to the 17th century, making it the oldest city in South Carolina. A golf tour around Charleston will enable you to immerse yourself in this history, and experience the stunning coastline and views of the Atlantic Ocean that South Carolina offers.

In terms of places to tee off, Charleston is one of the top locations for golf in South Carolina. With 7 renowned courses, there is no shortage of great golf to enjoy. From the Links at Stono Ferry course, to the RiverTowne Golf Club, there is a course for every level of golfer, whether amateur or professional.

Boating at Kiawah

Charleston is also a short drive away from one of the world’s most famous golf resorts, Kiawah Island. Charleston is also home to the Tom Fazio designed Wild Dunes Harbor and Wild Dunes Links Courses, both situated on the coast of South Carolina and offering beautiful oceanside views. The Rees Jones designed Charleston National Course is an 18 hole championship course, allowing golfers of all levels to challenge themselves when playing this highly-regarded course.

Also in Charleston, you’ll find numerous highly-ranked hotels and accommodation options. Charleston’s nightlife is rife and vibrant, with restaurants and bars around for you to enjoy during your trip. At Premier Golf, our friendly and helpful representatives can recommend the best places to visit during your trip to help you have the best experience possible.

Ocean Course at Kiawah Island

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Charleston Golf FAQs

There are 32 golf courses within a 15-mile radius of Charleston. 19 are public, and 11 are private.

You can golf in Charleston all year round, given the mild weather. Summers get hot and humid, while the late summer & fall, July to November, is storm season. 

The best time of year to visit Charleston for golfing is either March to May or September to November, when humidity is lowest, temperatures are mild, and flowers are in bloom.

Some top golf courses in Charleston include Kiawah Island and the Wild Dunes on Palm Island.

We have a South Carolina, Charleston package you can arrange to play at any of the seven courses available, from the Links at Stono Ferry to the River Towne Golf Club.

Yes. Our tour packages include green fees and accommodation, including in Charleston.