Hundreds of lovingly preserved classical southern buildings lien the city's narrow cobblestone streets. The sense of natural history will not leave you.
Where to Play Golf in Charleston?
With more than 20 superb golf courses in the surrounding area, Charleston is a firm favourite with returning golfers with favourites in the immediate vicinity such as Wild Dunes Links Golf Course, The Links at Stono Ferry, Rivertowne Country Club, Patriots Point Links, Charleston National and Dunes West Golf Club to name but a few.
When to Visit Charleston for a Golf Holiday?
Being on a similar latitude to North Africa, Charleston enjoys a southern Mediterranean climate, with spring starting as early as mid-February. March, April, May, and October/November are warm, dry, and sunny, with temperatures of 70º/80ºF. June, July, and August tend to be hot and humid however sea breezes help to keep the temperatures bearable.
What Else Can I Do In Charleston?
When in Charleston city there are many other things, our first-hand experience means that we recommend the Rusty Hall Brewery - a great place to test out the ever-changing tap list of 12 beers in a great atmosphere with live music. For those outdoor enthusiasts, perhaps fishing is your thing. RedFin Charters have frequent trips out, allowing you to catch many of your favourites from Flounders to Black Drum a great day out. The city itself is one of the very few in the USA where you can walk around from bar to bar and different restaurants on foot. The Historic District is particularly popular and even has some Historical building to discover and appreciate.
Kiawah Island Golf
It was September 1991 on the 18th Green of the Kiawah Island Ocean Course that Berhard Gallagher missed his six-foot putt to hand back the Ryder Cup to the USA for the first time in six years. A catalyst in modern golf that put Kiawah Island on the worldwide golf map and the development of Kiawah Island as a serious golf resort began. Golf here at Kiawah Island now spreads even further. It has a fantastic selection of five golf courses in total, each of every one of them are worthy adversaries to be added to any bucket list. The other Kiawah Island courses of note are Turtle Point, Oak Point, Osprey Point and Cougar Point.