Golf Digest Magazine's Top Rated Golf Courses for South Carolina (2005)

Below is a list of the award-winning golf courses from Golf Digest Magazine's Top Rated Golf Courses for South Carolina published in 2005. Click on the golf course name to learn more about the course, see a locator map, read reviews, and more.

Top Rated Golf Courses for South Carolina 2005-2006

Rank Golf Course Location
1 Kiawah Island Golf Resort Cougar Point Course - Ocean Course
Kiawah Island, SC
2 Long Cove Club - Long Cove Course
Hilton Head Island, SC
3 Sage Valley Golf Club - Sage Valley Course
Graniteville, SC
4 The Golf Club At Briar's Creek - Briar's Creek Course
Johns Island, SC
5 Harbour Town Golf Links - Harbour Town Course
Hilton Head Island, SC
6 Greenville Country Club Riverside Course - Chanticleer Course
Greenville, SC
7 Musgrove Mill Golf Club - Musgrove Mill Course
Clinton, SC
8 Keowee Key - Keowee Key Course
Salem, SC
9 Yeamans Hall Club - Yeamans Hall Course
Charleston, SC
10 Kiawah Island Club Cassique Course - Cassique Course
Johns Island, SC
11 The Reserve Club - Woodside Course
Aiken, SC
12 Kiawah Island Club River Course - River Course
Johns Island, SC
13 Secession Golf Club - Secession Course
Beaufort, SC
14 Haig Point Club - The Calibouge/The Haig Course
Hilton Head Island, SC
15 Barefoot Resort and Golf Club - Love Course
North Myrtle Beach, SC
16 The Dunes Golf & Beach Club - Dunes Course
Myrtle Beach, SC
17 Cherokee Plantation - Cherokee Plantation Course
Yemassee, SC
18 Belfair - East Course
Bluffton, SC
19 Colleton River Club Nicklaus Course - Jack Nicklaus Course
Bluffton, SC
20 Caledonia Golf & Fish Club - Caledonia Course
Pawleys Island, SC
21 Belfair - West Course
Bluffton, SC
22 Tidewater Golf Club - Tidewater Course
North Myrtle Beach, SC
23 The Heritage Club - Heritage Course
Pawleys Island, SC
24 Barefoot Resort and Golf Club - Fazio Course
North Myrtle Beach, SC
25 True Blue Golf Club - True Blue Course
Pawleys Island, SC

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