Charleston Golf

Snee Farm Country Club
Snee Farm Country Club: Golf, Tennis, Swimming

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Snee Farm Country Club features a 6,834 yard,18 hole, par 72 George Cobb designed golf course set among Lowcountry lakes, streams, marsh & picturesque homes providing an enjoyable yet challenging round of golf.

Legend Oaks Golf ClubLegend Oaks Golf Club: Golf, Tennis, Swimming

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Chosen by the readers of Charleston Business Journal as one of the Top Three Lowcountry courses. Selected by Golf Styles Magazine in 2006 as one of the Top 100 Courses in the Carolina’ must, Experience Golf Plantation Style at Legend Oaks!


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Charleston Golf History

Charleston, South Carolina has been made famous for its many historic "firsts." The first shots of the Civil War... the first decisive patriot victory of the American revolution... the first museum in America. What many people don't realize is that the game of golf also figures prominently on this list.

Over 200 years ago Charleston was the site of America's first golf course and golf club. In 1786 the South Carolina Golf Club was formed and established "Harleston Green" in what is now downtown Charleston. In fact, the term "green fee" is thought to have evolved from the membership fees paid by club members to maintain their course. While Charleston Green is a long-gone memory, it established a heritage and tradition of golfing excellence that today is evident throughout the Lowcountry. (*from

SC First in Golf License Plate
This plate recognizes South Carolina as having been the number one golf destination in the United States. The cost for the plate is $70.00 plus registration fee.  Proceeds from this plate are distributed to the SC Junior Golf Association to fund its many programs such as scholarships and free golf instruction for minority and underprivileged children.

Charleston Municipal Golf Course

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