The Links at Stono Ferry

Golf at its finest is what The Links at Stono Ferry is all about. The layout is perfectly nestled amidst the low country breezes of South Carolina coming from the Intracoastal Waterway as well as the live oaks that are already centuries-old. If you are looking for a golf getaway that is close to nature, then this is where you would want to spend that perfect bonding moments with family and friends. Designed by the famous Ron Garl, the Links has been cited as the “Charleston Area Course of the Year” that features some of the most exciting tests of golf in the area.

The golf course grounds used to be the location of the Battle at Stono Ferry and that is why numerous relics of history can be found within the layout’s vicinity. While on play, golfers will have the fair share of the historical battle that happened in the late 1700s through one of South Carolina’s best golf holes. The layout’s putting surfaces that were installed in 2005 features the New Champion Bermuda grass. At the same time, the course’s heart-pounding 18th hole island-green was also created. The front nine runs through the waste area-lined fairways and the majestic pines while the back nine winds its way through the Intracoastal Waterway banks. Golfers of all ability levels will surely have the challenging rounds as well as the unique golf tests in all of Charleston.

The club’s landscape is also home to an expansive practice facility that features the complete target, putting, and chipping greens. The Links will not just be a sanctuary for the avid golfers but also for those who want to spend a quiet refuge with nature.

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