Golf Courses

Augusta Golf Courses


Augusta Country Club

Augusta Country Club course is a 18 hole par 72 Donald Ross redesigned course. The fairways vary in width, water hazards come into play on a couple holes, and the terrain is rolling.


Mt. Vintage

This 18-hole course offers five sets of tees, and regardless of which tee you choose, every single hole is a wonderland of golf risk and reward. The original course was designed by Tom Jackson and opened in 2000.


The River Club

The River Golf Club is a premier golf course in Augusta that combines a fantastic layout with a spectacular setting to create a golfers’ paradise. Designed by internationally acclaimed golf course architect Jim Fazio.


Jones Creek Golf Club

Built in 1986 and designed by Rees Jones, this long, hilly, 18 hole, Semi-Private course features many trees, doglegs and bunkers. Golfers face narrow fairways that feature Bermuda turf and putting greens.


West Lake

The West Lake course, designed by Donald Ross and Ellis Maples, is a traditional course known for its impeccable playing conditions and its TifEagle Bermuda greens. The course opened in 1969 on a 700-acre site, with water features on 7 of its 18 holes.


Palmetto Golf Course

The Palmetto Golf Course is a par 71 layout and plays at 6,713 yards from the championship tees. This course was built in 1892 and was redesigned by Allister MacKenzie in 1932.


Champions Retreat Golf Club

The nines at Champions Retreat are both demanding and encouraging, offering great play to golfers of all abilities. One of the most unusual and beautiful tracts of land in the South: a perfect canvas for a course unparalleled in vista and vigor.


Columbia Golf Courses


Columbia Country Club

CCC can trace its roots back to the 1890’s and has undergone many changes over the years. Our three courses, Ridgewood, Tall Pines, and Lakeside, provide challenges for all levels of golfers.


Cobblestone Park

The wonderful 27 hole golf course, was once known as the University Club and now as Cobblestone Park Golf Club. Voted one of the best golf course in the Midlands, Cobblestone Park features the best design in Columbia.



The most unique aspect of this course, and most others designed by Pete Dye, is Pete’s design philosophy, which dictates designing, in each 18, as many unique or “memorable” holes as possible.


Woodcreek – Members Club

World renowned golf course designer Tom Fazio has skillfully molded the unique Midlands environment and topography into a scenic, challenging course that reveals more of its subtleties each time you play.


Lake Oconee Golf Courses


Great Waters

Great Waters is an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus-signature design that winds through densely wooded evergreen corridors only to open up to nine holes featuring the blue waters of Lake Oconee as the rough.



Tom Fazio's masterpiece, 27-holes that play long and narrow through the towering pines and flowering dogwoods that are native to middle Georgia. The National Course gives players little room for error.


The Oconee

This par-72, Rees Jones design is a true risk/reward layout. The Oconee course offers inspiring lake views while presenting options to play shots over inlets of Lake Oconee, or carry corners of tree-lined doglegs.


The Landing

This par-72 course was the original golf course built at Lake Oconee. The Landing made its landmark debut in 1986, setting the stage for what has become a premier golf destination. The Landing was designed by award-winning architect Bob Cupp.


Plantation Course

The par-72 Plantation Course on Lake Oconee was designed originally by noted architect Bob Cupp, along with U.S. Open Champions Fuzzy Zoeller and Hubert Green. In 2005 Cupp returned to modernize and upgrade the structure of the golf course.


Kiawah Island Golf Courses


Ocean Course

The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island built in 1991 by Pete Dye, was designed as two courses in one. The course is difficult in that there are no prevailing winds, and was designed to allow players a truly unobstructed view of the Atlantic coastline.


Turtle Point

Turtle Point is a low-profile golf course that delivers a high caliber golfing experience. Anyone will agree that the Turtle Point Golf Course is a true test for strategy and accuracy.


Osprey Point

Osprey Point Golf Course was recently awarded a near-perfect 41⁄2 stars in Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play” reader’s poll where it was considered one of the best values in South Carolina.


Oak Point

Clyde Johnston designed Oak Point on the grounds of former cotton and indigo plantation. With its close proximity to the Kiawah River and the Haulover Creek, with its surrounding maritime forest, Johnston was able to mold the rolling landscape into a first-class layout.


Cougar Point

Originally named Marsh Point, Cougar Point was redesigned by Gary Player in 1996 and it has become a great strategic layout where players need to think their way around the course.


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