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South Carolina

South Carolina


Most everyone who has ever picked up a golf club knows that Myrtle Beach, SC has been heralded as the golf capital of the world. Within public courses, the Palmetto State picks up Golf Digest’s 10th, 12th and 15th top courses in the country for 2006. Hilton Head and Kiawah islands, within the Intracoastal Waterway, are sublime amongst the barrier islands which are home to many of these magnificent world-class courses and resorts.

The critics are often divided as to which courses are the best. You’ll find that to be true in all of the states. Local opinions are valuable as well, but can lack the broader national and international perspective with which to compare. What is indisputable is that these courses are some of the most magnificent, beautiful golf courses on the planet.

Amongst other courses worthy of mention are the Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, Dunes Golf & Beach Club, May River Course, Tidewater Golf Club, TPC at Myrtle Beach, Wild Dunes (Links) at the Isle of Palm, Grand Dunes, and Barefoot Landing Resort. One could play only the courses on the barrier islands and still have more than enough beauty, challenge and excitement for any vacation. It’s easy to see why some consider South Carolina to be THE golf capital of the world, and one incredibly sound choice for a golf vacation destination.