South Carolina Golf Vacations

South Carolina is a great golf destination for any vacationer. Whether you’re bringing your kids or your golf buddies, South Carolina golf vacation packages have something for everyone. The state is full of pristine golf courses, from the coastline to the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. With over 360 golf courses, the state is truly a golfer’s paradise.

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Wild Dunes
Wild Dunes Golf Course, Charleston, South Carolina

On your South Carolina golf trip you can test your skills on the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort, which was named the “Toughest Course in America” by Golf Digest. If you’re not up to tackling the toughest course in America, South Carolina has many other options as well. At Kiawah alone you can choose from five different courses on the barrier island that is just south of Charleston. Charleston is a city full of rich history to soak up when you’re not soaking up the rays on the golf course. Charleston is a destination for everyone, even those who aren’t avid golfers. Myrtle Beach is another popular golf destination in South Carolina as it is well known for having some of the best courses in the country. The Legends Resort at Myrtle Beach has a great variety with five different courses, as well as golf lessons available for beginners. Myrtle Beach is a great spot for families as the city has miles of sandy beaches, water and amusement parks as well as family-friendly dining options. No matter what you want to do, or where you want to stay, we can accommodate to your taste and budget, so call today to book your South Carolina golf vacation package.

Why book a South Carolina Golf Vacation Package?

  1. Charleston was named "Top U.S. City and Top Destination in the World" by Condé Nast Traveler 2012 Readers’ Choice Award.
  2. Myrtle Beach is known as the “seaside golf capital of the world” but did you know they also have 50 miniature golf courses? Be sure to bring your putting game when you visit Myrtle Beach.
  3. Golf Week ranked Kiawah Island’s Ocean Course #1 Best Public Access Course.