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South Carolina is home to over 350 golf courses, catering to golfers of all skill levels.
- Among the 350, the top six are The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island, known for hosting the 1991 Ryder Cup; Harbour Town Golf Links for its distinctive lighthouse landmark; Palmetto Golf Club as the oldest course in the state; Tidewater Golf Club, which encapsulates the scenic beauty of South Carolina; Caledonia Golf and Fish Club for its blend of golfing and southern charm; and Sage Valley Golf Club renowned for its exclusivity and pristine conditions.
- South Carolina experiences a humid subtropical climate. Summers are hot and humid, while winters are mild, making it suitable for golfing year-round.
- The terrain and scenery of South Carolina's golf courses vary from the shot-making challenges of Harbour Town's narrow fairways lined with tall pines and oaks, the rolling dunes of Kiawah Island, the tranquil seaside views of Myrtle Beach, to the dramatic elevation changes of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
- South Carolina offers a diverse range of course styles and terrains, with coastal links, parkland, and mountain courses. Notably, the state has many courses designed by famous golf architects like Robert Trent Jones and Pete Dye.
- The top five cities for golf in South Carolina are Myrtle Beach, known as the "Golf Capital of the World"; Hilton Head Island, home to the annual Heritage Golf Tournament; Charleston,
- Charleston International Airport is the largest in the state. From here, you can reach downtown Charleston in about 20 minutes by car. Both Myrtle Beach and Hilton Head Island are about a 2-hour drive from Charleston. If you're heading to Aiken, it's approximately a 2.5-hour drive.