Charleston National Golf Club

Having excellent golf vacations doesn’t mean you need to spend a fortune. By visiting one of South Carolina’s tourist attractions and golf courses, your dream vacation is at your reach. The Charleston National Golf Club is an eighteen-hole championship course of high standards and perfect taste. Designed by Rees Jones, this course is open to the public and is situated in the Low Country Marshland. The cool ocean breeze that blows towards the course provide a good challenge even for the finest golfers.

Carved along the coastal waterway, the Charleston National Golf Club harbors natural lagoons, pine trees, oak trees, and wetlands. This championship-caliber golf course offers the most breath-taking views on the southeastern coast. This golf vacation destination has been rated as the top #1 non-resort course in Charleston, South Carolina by the Golf Magazine. Friendly and lettered staffs assist the guests all throughout their round. The golf course has a par 72 layout stretching up to 7,100 yards towards the tips. Five sets of tees allow players of different levels enjoy their game while encountering just enough challenges to add spice to their rounds.

The Charleston National Golf Club accommodates golf tournaments and group outings with reasonable rates. Packages include a professional tournament coordinator, green and rental fees, use of driving range and putting greens, contest holes, score cards, and discounts on the pro shop. Various golf vacation packages also include a bag drop service, on course food and beverage, as well as tournament marketing assistants. Specialized lunches and dinners can also be delivered using private beverage carts to offer a superb convenience to the players.

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