Rock Hill, a dynamic suburb 20 miles south of Charlotte, NC, has 11 fine tracks to choose from including two historic private facilities, Rock Hill Country Club (A.W. Tillinghast, 1934) and Camden Country Club (Donald Ross, 1903) that are only accessible through Golf Packages of South Carolina.
A few of the golfer’s favorites in the area include the timeless and traditional Springfield Golf Club, Edgewater Golf Club in a Fuzzy Zoeller designed community and Carolina Lakes with a pristine setting of streams and ponds along the Catawba River.
Blend the historic charm of downtown Rock Hill with dynamic growth in nearby communities such as Fort Mill where you will find a creative collection of shops and eateries or you can wine and dine your night away on the Pump House Roof Top overlooking the Catawba River. This is an exciting place to Stay and Play!
Located South of Rockhill this A.W. Tillinghast designed golf course was built to both challenge and humble their members. The course offers something for everyone; it challenges accomplished golfers while also providing enjoyment for beginners. Founded in 1934, Rock Hill Country Club is steeped in tradition and has served an important role in the history…Continue Reading
Come experience a new standard of golf just south of Charlotte. Carolina Lakes is a well maintained, upscale facility in a pristine setting of natural streams and ponds with the Catawba River meandering through it. The challenging 7,024 yards of rolling fairways are carved through tall pines, maples and oaks. …Continue Reading
Carved out of South Carolina’s rolling terrain and majestic pines, this 7,100 yard gem is situated in a new Fuzzy Zoeller golf community showcasing spectacular views, true rolling Bent grass greens, Bermuda fairways and according to Zoeller, has “champion written all over it”. Golfers can expect a fun, relaxing round of…Continue Reading
Classic, timeless, and traditional comes to mind when describing the Springfield Golf Club. Since 2001 golfers have been treated to memorable rounds of golf that feature picturesque scenery on a course layout reminiscent to the “Golden Age” of golf architecture. Designed for the strategic golfer, the Springfield Golf Club is…Continue Reading
Established in 1903, this par 70 golf is a challenging 6,350 yard and is always rated in the top 25 golf courses located in South Carolina. With a challenging design that renowned architect David Ross re-deigned in the 1920’s, in South Carolina’s oldest inland city. It is no wonder that…
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Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation golf course has been pleasing golfers since 1997. Located East of Charlotte and only minutes from highway I-485 this course is well worth a visiting. From the first tee to the last green golfers will enjoy the hybrid Bermuda Fairways and the undulating bent grass greens….Continue Reading
Tega Cay Golf and Conference Center
Tega Cay is Polynesian for “Beautiful Peninsula”. Nestled on the shores of Lake Wylie it’s not hard to see why. As the only 27-hole course in the region, this championship golf course is known as a fair but challenging experience. The three 9-hole courses (Carolina Pines, Grande View and Cove…Continue Reading
Located on the outskirts of the historic city of Lancaster, SC, the Lancaster Golf Club is waiting for you to experience a pleasant round of golf. From a somewhat open front nine originally designed in 1939 by Donald Ross, to the tighter, tree-lined back nine by Russell Breeden, the course…Continue Reading
Set in the South Carolina countryside, the Chester Golf Club is a Russell Breeden, par-72 layout that features tree lined fairways and smooth, large Bent grass greens. The course’s signature hole is the 12th, a par-5 that requires two shots over water including a tantalizing approach shot to a green…Continue Reading
The Waterford Golf Club
The Waterford Golf Club provides a scenic course with towering hardwoods, rolling terrain, and the calm waters of the Catawba River . Measuring 6,900 yards, the Hale Irwin design is considered a shot makers course. Water comes into play on…
Combine the efforts of legendary designers Donald Ross who carved out the front 9 in 1948 with George Cobb who sculpted the back in 1959 and you have a masterpiece – the Fort Mill Golf Club. Just over 6,800 yards of tree lined fairways from the tips provide a challenge…Continue Reading