G olf courses directly by the sea, miles of sandy beaches, historic city centers and all kinds of diverse leisure activities make this golf trip unforgettable. In South Carolina, you will experience golf and lodging at the highest level for 14 days! You visit with your rental car the places Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Kiawah Island and Hilton Head Island, where you relax in first-class accommodations and have time to explore the cities besides the excellent golfing. Let yourself be enchanted by the flair of the southern states.
Day 1: Arrival Charleston
Welcome to South Carolina! After picking up your rental car, you drive to your hotel, a few steps away from the old city center. In the picturesque harbor city of Charleston you will find the old south! More than any other place in the world, including Mississippi, traditional plantations and mansions surround the old port here.
Day 2: Charleston
On a guided city tour, you'll learn interesting facts while visiting Charleston's most beautiful places. Plus, golf today at Rivertowne Country Club, a challenging course with gorgeous views and scenery that will provide you with an absolute quality golf experience.
Day 3: Charleston – Myrtle Beach
On the way to Myrtle Beach, you'll pass a cotton plantation lined with ancient oaks, considered one of the most beautiful in the U.S. Famous from various movies and most photographed was the Avenue of Oaks, which is also on the way to Myrtle Beach.
Day 4: Myrtle Beach
Pete Dye, the famous architect of some of the best golf courses in the world has also used his imagination and stylish work in Myrtle Beach. For example, the Dye Course at Barefoot, where you're golfing today, features five different types of grasses that give it new definition and playing characteristics.
Day 5: Myrtle Beach
Greg Norman himself designed the golf course you are facing today. The fairways here have been closely framed with sand, reminiscent of the desert courses of the Southwest. Norman spared no expense to elegantly incorporate the natural vegetation and enhance it with the most expensive lawns. The Norman Course at Barefoot is a tough, rather narrow but interesting course.
Day 6: Myrtle Beach
The Grande Dunes Golf Course was opened in 2001 and was immediately considered the Best New Gold Course. Nearly half of the fairways are situated on the steep flanks of the Intracoastal Waterway. The numerous lakes and the wide fairways challenge you to a precise game in the picturesque surroundings.
Day 7: Myrtle Beach – Kiawah Island
Kiawah Island is an offshore island on the Atlantic coast. The natural paradise extends over 40 square kilometers, a subtropical wilderness intermingled with dense coastal forests full of pines and magnolias. The fine sandy beaches are home to Loggerhead turtles, lynx stalk the dunes and jungle, and wild otters nest in the quiet lakes.
Day 8: Kiawah Island
Experience challenging play on the Kiawah Island Ocean Course, depending on the direction and strength of the wind. Probably no other golf course outside of the UK and Ireland is so influenced by the wind! Two courses were built specifically for the wind, one for the west wind, the other for the east wind.
Day 9: Kiawah Island – Hilton Head Island
You make your way to Hilton Head Island. The island enchants with breathtaking coastal scenery. Pristine beaches alternate with freshwater or saltwater marshes, wetlands, and Virginia oaks thick with Spanish moss.
Day 10: Hilton Head Island
The Palmetto Dunes Jones Course is known for its oceanfront setting and views of the Atlantic Ocean. Wide fairways, challenging bunkers and subtle elevation changes make the course well-suited for beginners as well as experienced players.
Day 11: Hilton Head Island
The Palmetto Dunes Fazio Course is revered as the island's championship course and offers a challenging experience! With a lot of slope, the course represents one of Fazio's most impressive works the.
Day 12: Hilton Head Island
The day is at your leisure. Visit the island's landmark, the red-and-white ringed Sea Pines Lighthouse. Around the Harbour Town Lighthouse you will find numerous shopping opportunities and restaurants. The island is also rich in the cultural influences of the Gullah Geechee people, descendants of former slaves who once worked on the island's plantations. You can experience the fascinating history at the beautiful Gullah Little House Museum or at the Mitchelville Freedom Park in the north of the island.
Day 13: Hilton Head Island
The Palmetto Dunes Hills Course is considered the toughest of the three Palmetto facilities. Wooded with tall pines and mossy oaks, the green fairways run alongside crystal clear lakes.
Day 14: Hilton Head Island
After these paradisiacal days, you'll drive to the Savannah airport where you'll return the rental car and begin your journey home or start your extension.
Combine your round trip with a city trip to New York.