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Golfing is available and enjoyed in the Beaufort area year-round due to the perfect climate and the top-notch quality of area courses designed by professionals such as Tom Fazio, Davis Love III, Arthur Hill and George Cobb.
As one of South Carolina’s premier golf communities, the Dataw Island Club is home to two 18-hole golf courses. Tom Fazio’s Cotton Dike course and Arthur Hills’ Morgan River course ensure a challenge for golfers of all abilities. As part of their commitment to quality, the club invested in renovations to both courses in 2011 and 2012. These are regarded as some of the best in the Lowcountry.
The Legends at Parris Island golf course is located on the southernmost tip of Parris Island, home of the United States Marine Corps Recruit Depot. The original golf course was designed in 1947 by the team of Fred Findley and George Cobb. In 1999, Clyde Johnston completed the $4.5 million renovation and was opened for play in 2000. It is now one of the premier golf courses in the Lowcountry and is ranked one of the top ten military golf courses in the world.
Sanctuary Golf Club, originally designed by George W. Cobb, was refined by Jeff Brauer in 2008. The course offers stunning landscapes with large rolling greens, beautiful vistas and tree-lined fairways designed and shaped from the natural angles of the region’s low-country. Featuring a stunning 18 holes of play, the course uses strategic bunker placement and wonderfully defined fairways creating beauty and challenge on many holes. A walking, bird-watching and nature-lovers delight, Sanctuary accommodates golfers of all skill levels. The course is home to many tournaments and events throughout the year that incorporate the spirit of play in a natural setting.
Located in the beautiful Royal Pines area of Lady’s Island, Lady’s Island Country Club offers public rates and a great Marsh course. Since 1970, Lady’s Island Country Club has offered a warm, friendly place to meet new friends and hone your golf game.
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