You’ll be spoilt for choice choosing which course to play in South Carolina with almost a different course to play every day of the year!

Here at Eagle, we cover the three key regions of South Carolina – Charleston, Myrtle Beach and Hilton Head which include almost all of the named top 30 golf courses as rated by the Golf Course Ratings Panel. Top of that list is the Ocean Course on Kiawah Island, in the Charleston region, which played host to both the 1991 Ryder Cup and the 2012 PGA.

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Featured Resort: Kiawah Island Golf Villas for it’s charm, great golf courses and beautiful all year round scenery.

Best Golf Course & Hole: It has to be the 18th at Harbour Town Golf Links, which hosts the RBC Heritage Tournament tour event. Harbour and lighthouse behind the green, a stunning backdrop to the finishing hole which explains why so many golfers choose to play this beach golf course.

Classic golf courses in South Carolina such as Harbour Town, Kiawah Island and Palmetto Dunes make this destination a must for the travelling golfer. Myrtle Beach, the golfing state, offers a huge range of golf courses including hotels and entertainment.
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