Charleston is recognized as the home of the first American golf course by no less an authority than GOLF Magazine. The South Carolina Golf Club was established in 1786 at Harleston Green in the Historic Charleston Peninsula. Now known as the Country Club of Charleston, it ultimately relocated to its present location on James Island.
Kiawah Island Resort’s famous Ocean Course designed by Pete Dye debuted in 1991 by hosting the Ryder Cup Matches. The Senior PGA Championship was held there in 2007 and Kiawah hosted The PGA Championship in 2012. The Daniel Island Club’s Ralston Creek course designed by Rees Jones currently hosts the season ending event on the Nationwide Tour.
Charleston golf courses offer extraordinary variety and challenge and the greater Charleston area is ranked in the top 40 international golf destinations by Golf Digest. There are more than 2 dozen golf courses by many of the golf world’s greatest architects and most are available to outside play. Discover world-class golf and luxury golf course living in Charleston.
- Golf course homes in the Charleston East area include Wild Dunes, Dunes West, RiverTowne Country Club, Charleston National, Snee Farm and Daniel Island
- Golf course homes in the Charleston West area include Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island, The Links at Stono Ferry, Shadowmoss and Country Club of Charleston
- Golf course homes in the Charleston North area include Coosaw Creek Country Club, Wescott Plantation, Legend Oaks, Pine Forest Country Club and Crowfield Plantation
If you enjoy golf, you can live in one of many residential golf course communities throughout the Charleston area with a view of the course. (Please note: there are other homes available that are not on the golf course itself.)