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Home to more than 350 golf courses, South Carolina is known for boasting world-class greens and fairways with surprising layouts and challenging holes. Among them are several courses in the Olde English District, set amidst the piedmont of the Palmetto State. 

Carolina Lakes Golf Club

Located in ​​Indian Land, Carolina Lakes Golf Club sits among the serene landscape of the Catawba River, surrounded by tall pines, maples and oak trees. As an upscale facility with daily fees, this well-maintained course boasts Bermuda fairways and Bent Grass greens, providing a premium golfing experience.

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Cheraw State Park Golf Course

Cheraw State Park Golf Course

Designed by Tom Jackson, this championship course nestled amidst a pine forest along Lake Juniper presents a challenging golfing experience. With diverse slopes, contours, fairway widths and strategically placed bunkers, it offers a dynamic and engaging experience for golfers seeking both skill and strategy.

Chester Golf Club

Chester Golf Club in rural Chester County has been a go-to among locals since 1971. Number 12, the golf club’s signature hole, is a par 5 and requires two shots over water. No matter your golf game, you will surely enjoy the scenery of forest and wildlife at this year-round course. 

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Chester Golf Club

Edgewater Golf Club

Off the beaten path, Edgewater Golf Club has quietly become renowned as one of the Carolinas’ most challenging courses. Established in 2008, this course appeals to golfers for its championship-caliber holes and its tranquil, secluded setting.

Fort Mill Golf Club

Established in 1948, Fort Mill Golf Club offers a championship golf experience with a scenic layout of tree-lined fairways. The front nine holes were designed by the legendary Donald Ross, complemented by the back nine, skillfully crafted by George Cobb and opened in 1959. Located just a short distance from Charlotte, N.C., the club appeals to both travelers and locals alike. Notably, its walker-friendly design makes it an ideal choice for a leisurely afternoon round.

Green River Country Club

Just south of the North Carolina state line on the outskirts of Chesterfield, Green River Country Club maintains a lower profile among visitors. Surrounded by mature pines, the course provides a challenging and enjoyable gaming experience. While the front nine holes offer relatively flat terrain with a few parallel fairways, the back nine presents a challenge suitable for golfers of all skill levels.

Kershaw Golf Course

Established in 1933, the Kershaw Golf Course boasts a 15-tee driving range, catering to both the casual weekend golfer and those with more advanced skills. This course offers an ideal setting for golfers seeking a laid-back experience or looking to hone their skills, making it versatile and welcoming to a range of players.

Lancaster Golf Club

On the outskirts of the historic city of Lancaster, Lancaster Golf Club caters to players of varying skill levels. Boasting a friendly staff, impeccable conditions and exceptional value, it provides an enjoyable experience for golf enthusiasts. 

Pine Creek Golf Course

Situated among winding creeks and towering pines in Camden, this course stands out for its top-notch putting surfaces and comprehensive practice facility. It provides golf enthusiasts with a premier experience and ample amenities for refining their skills.

Pinetuck Golf Club

Pinetuck Golf Club in Rock Hill is renowned for its exceptional putting surfaces, earning praise for its quality. Spread across a 150-acre course, the layout is distinctive with no parallel holes, surrounded by trees and inhabited by diverse wildlife. Noteworthy is the signature hole, number 17, demanding a precise tee shot over a lake.

Republic Golf Course & Club

Located in Great Falls, this 9-hole golf club combines great views with challenging holes, creating a fun experience for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens make Republic Golf Club a terrific choice for those looking to squeeze in a quick round.

Spring Lake Country Club

Situated a brief 30-minute drive from Charlotte, North Carolina, this course in York offers expansive greens, narrow Bermuda fairways and a notable 351-yard signature hole (number 9, par 4) requiring a strategic approach shot over water. The uniquely designed layout and stunning surroundings make it a must-play.

Springfield Golf Club

Springfield Golf Club in Fort Mill, designed by Clyde Johnston, features a variety of holes that will challenge golfers of all skill levels. Visitors and locals often take advantage of this championship course, making it a highly favored golfing destination in the OED. 

Tega Cay Golf Club

Distinguished as the sole 27-hole course in the region, Tega Cay Golf Club‘s championship green is renowned for striking a balance between fairness and challenge. Notably, the 18th hole of the Grande View Nine earned the title of “Favorite 18th Golf Hole in the Charlotte Area” in a local radio listener poll. Offering three distinct nine-hole courses, a visit to Tega Cay Golf Club unveils why it holds a special place as a local favorite.

Waterford Golf Club

Nestled along the Catawba River, Waterford Golf Club in Rock Hill is acclaimed for its excellent layout and highly praised putting surfaces. Catering to players of all skill levels, this course stands out as a great choice for golf enthusiasts. Its convenient location just off I-77 adds to the accessibility and appeal of Waterford Golf Club.

White Plains Golf Club

Operating since 1968, White Plains Golf Club has maintained its popularity among players due to its nuanced challenges and cost-effectiveness. Designed by Eddie Riccoboni, this family-friendly course offers ample landing areas off tees, contributing to its welcoming and enjoyable atmosphere.