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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The President Country Club – Patriot Course

The President Country Club – Patriot Course is located along West Palm Beach, Florida. This resort is perfect for golf vacations as golfers get a clear view of the beach while walking from hole to hole in tree lined fairways. Well placed bunkers strategically guard the greens as players struggle to continue their round in dogleg holes. This resort offers challenge to players of different levels as mild elevation changes add more difficulty in various holes surrounded with mature oak trees and sand bunkers.

Amenities such as 5 outdoor beverage stations with cold water, lemonade, and tea are offered to players having their golf trips. 5 PGA professionals are also available for advice and lessons before or during the players’ rounds. Aside from that, the President Country Club – Patriot Course 3 tennis professionals are being stationed in the resort’s tennis courts to assist players. Furthermore, a fitness director together with 3 fitness trainers help guests and athletes stay fit everyday on their fitness center. For visitors who want to have financial transactions, the Regent Bank branch office is also situated within the club’s area. Spa centers for massage, nail and hair salons are present in order to help players relax after the whole day’s work out.

The President Country Club – Patriot Course has a driving range, large putting and chipping greens, as well as practice facilities. These practice facilities are useful especially for beginners to get a hang of golf and advanced players to warm up. Together with the resort’s facilities and amenities, competitive golf vacation package deals are also being offered in a form of discounts or by bulk accommodations.

Wigwam Resort – Gold Course

The Wigwam Resort – Gold Course was created in 1964 by the world’s famous golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Sr. This resort is located in the West of Arizona thus gaining the title as the west coast version of the famed South Course at Firestone which was also made by Jones Sr. Golfers having their golf vacations in Arizona can enjoy unlimited golf and free replay which is based on the course’s availability. The Gold Course has a long and winding layout stretching more than 7,400 yards with par 72. This resort challenges even the finest golfers as they will find themselves struggling in various water hazards and sand bunkers.

Lakes, canals, and streams descend with the golfers as they make their way to finish their rounds. The Wigwam Resort – Gold Course is not just a simple golf course since visitors will have the chance to be pampered by the resort’s spa rendering relaxing services during the guests’ stay. Various amenities such as the pool, pro shop, and restaurants make this golf vacation destination perfect for any occasion. Because of this, local and international clients visit the resort for various reasons all throughout the seasons.

Golf vacation package deals are also being offered by Wigwam. The dining and culinary packages are the best way to enjoy waking up every morning during your golf adventure. With this, golfers can enjoy eating their breakfast over looking the golf course at the Red’s Bar and Grill. Family packages are also offered by Wigwam Resort – Gold Course which start at $129. Inclusions are as follows: resort fee waived, two ice cream treats (Tower Bar and Grill – Poolside), one in-room family friendly movie of your choice, and exclusive welcome amenity for the kids upon check in.

Golden Horseshoe Golf Club – Green Course

Designed by Rees Jones, the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club – Green Course sits beside Horseshoe’s Gold Course (designed by Rees Jones’ father – Jones Sr). These two golf courses are created basically on the same terrain but Green Course is far longer and more forgiving. With 18 holes, 7,120 yardage, 72 par, and 134 slope rating, spending seasonal golf vacations is perfect for this destination. Green Course was opened in 1991 with a resort course for Williamsburg which is laid across ravines and along ridges in a mature forest. This golf course continuously amazes visitors for its convenient location, scenic fairways, and historic neighborhoods.

The Golden Horseshoe Golf Club – Green Course operates 7 days a week and 365 days in a year. Administrators make it sure to provide a playing field to their clients at their most convenient time and date. Tee time starts at 7:00 am up to 6:00 pm. Aside from the excellent field, Green Course also offers savory dishes through Golf Course Grills which are open seasonally. Furthermore, this golf course is perfect for beginners since walking caddies and forecaddies are always ready to assist players. Information about the accurate yardage, dramatic angles, and other valuable strategic insights can be given by these caddies for the players’ convenience making it the best golf vacation destination in Virginia.

Membership fees are divided into 4 types namely: resident (primary residents within 75-mile radius), nonresident (outside 75-mile radius), sportswood (unlimited play), and corporate (for two or more designees & includes). The Golden Horseshoe Golf Club – Green Course offers various membership types ideal for every golf trip needs.

Golf Club at Bridge Water

Lakeland, Florida was close to literally ‘blooming’ in the Spring of 2007 when the Golf Club at Bridge Water opened. The Steve Smyers design was more than a welcome change; it was the best addition to the already beautiful Florida environment. The golf vacation destination was made to not simply coexist with nature, but for both to be significant parts of each other.

Measuring a little more than 7,200 yards from the championship tees, the 18-hole Golf Club at Bridge Water plays for a par of 72 and features 5 sets of tees. The course was made to be links-style, reminiscent of golf’s Scottish origins. But with Florida’s natural topography in play, it can never be said to be truly a ‘replica’ of anything. It is too unique to even be associated with classics. Natural wetlands come into play side by side with old growth oaks on undulating fairways and well-bunkered greens. This Florida spectacle is a favorite for golf vacations, and has a loyal following of golfers perpetually on the lookout for unique golfing opportunities. Likewise, the course is a favorite recipient of recognitions from major golfing publications.

For one, the Golf Club at Bridge Water was ranked No. 18 in the Best Courses to Play in Florida by GolfWeek Magazine. Its grass tees, target greens, practice bunkers, chipping area, and a large putting green all combine to complete the golf trip experience. That spring of 2007 has made Lakeland, Florida bloom and it has not stopped blooming to this day.

La Costa Golf – South Course

Before its renovation, La Costa Golf – South Course used to have a view that is uniform to all other courses. But after the $10 million refurbishment, this course lead the ranks of most golf vacations in the world. Major improvements come particularly on the hole numbers 1, 9, 10 and 18, with much of the designed imparted by the historic golf architect, Dick Wilson. Consistently receiving prestigious awards since its take off, this course was ranked in the top 100 courses in the U.S. by Golf Magazine and it also became the home for the 2012 LPGA Kia Classic.

La Costa Golf – South Course layout is not significantly altered from its well-celebrated classic layout. Slight modifications about, as well as considerable changes are only evident in the fairway contours and the drainage system. A more innovative system for the drain has been installed to provide sustainability and better the water flow and irrigation throughout the golf vacation destination. More than 30 acres of turf were taken away to help assist in the water conservation effort of the course, and holding La Costa’s reputation as San Diego’s first Green Seal Certified hotel.

The La Costa Golf – South Course is known to be the more challenging and skill demanding course between it and its twin course, the North Course. Even if this golf trip spot may seem easy superficially, the five holes would dismiss the “simple and easy” tag away. For some reason, they seem to backbreaking even to players who have gone to this location for years. In fact, PGA Tour nicknamed the final 5 holes as “longest mile” because of the experience a golfer gets. Despite that, there is a room to take comfort at the 9 holes. On the 12 and 18 hole is also a confining creek that breathes through the course, much as the players does after a long arduous game.

Tiburon Golf Club – Gold Course

Tiburon Golf Club is known throughout the Florida golfing scene as amongst those that give the best quality golf experiences in the state. This gem of a golf vacation destination in Naples isn’t simply “just one of the many”. Its pair of 18-hole championship courses, not to mention best caliber services and amenities, make it a standout no matter how stiff the competition. One of its courses, the Gold Course, could very well tell its own story.

Both courses on the Tiburon are Greg Norman designs, the Gold Course being the longer one at 7,217 yards, par 72, in comparison with its sibling Black Course. Both the courses are not located beach front, but Norman created them links style in a rather convincing fashion that it feels as if the ocean is but a stone’s throw away. The Gold Course features a lot of water – on thirteen holes to be exact, with more than 50 well placed coquina shell-lined bunkers to compliment them. While it shares this same feature with the Black Course, the former was made with wider fairways and more generous landing areas making it the easier, more player-friendly course of the two. This makes golf vacations here more appealing for more golfers, a more open prospect for the lower-skilled players.

But golf trips isn’t all there is to the Gold Course. This would not be a championship course without creating real champions. And it does, December of each year, at the Merrill Lynch Shootout or more fondly called the Shark Shootout. Looking at this course alone, it is easy to understand why the Tiburon Golf Club is a favorite choice when Florida presents golfers with a thousand other options.