Osprey Point Golf Course

The Osprey Point Course at Kiawah Island offers golf enthusiasts with the challenging 6,871 yards of pure golf. With its Par 72 from the longest tees, this amazing golf vacation destination that was opened for play in 1988 is surely worth a try. Designed by the famed Thomas Fazio, Osprey has become an all-time favorite for both the local and foreign guests. The 18 holes that were carefully crafted on the vast lands of rolling terrains were given a 72.9 course rating and a 137 slope rating. And to add up some spice on each golf round, this Fazio gem also features a saltwater marsh, natural lakes, and the lush forests of palmetto, magnolia, live oak, and pine.

Osprey Point Golf Course, being a top-ranked American resort courses, provides the fair test in golf as water was carefully incorporated on almost all of the holes. There are also traps as well as a lagoon that guards the green. When already at play, golfers are off for a fair start at the first hole but not necessarily an easy one. In 2005, both the Gold and Blue tees were improved making both a tough driving hole for a challenging start. And when approaching the final round, hole #18 offers the Par 5 high risk and reward considered as a beautiful and impressive finishing hole.

Another thing that makes the Osprey Point an ideal place for a great golf vacation is that it’s not just about the greens. The place is also being highlighted by the Osprey Point Grill where guests can culminate the entire day’s work. While taking sumptuous meals with family and friends, guests can also have the glimpse of the golf course’s natural setting. Book with golf vacation experts now and experience the thrills and excitement of a South Carolina golf vacation escapade.






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