Coastal Georgia and South Carolina supply great golf with a Southern charm. Florida supplies great golf with everything else.


Must-Plays (cont.)  
Kiawah Island Golf Resort—Oak Point
Kiawah Island, SC
Oak Point This Scottish-American-style course borders the historic Haulover Creek and the Kiawah River. Wide areas of windswept fairways stretch alongside salt marshlands interspersed with densely forested areas of live oaks.
(Clyde Johnson)
Par 72, 6759 yards (73.8/140)

(800) 576-1570
Kiawah Island Golf Resort—Turtle Point
Kiawah Island, SC
Turtle Point Opened in 1981, Turtle Point is a low-profile design with fairways and green settings blended into the existing landscape. Nowhere is this more evident than along a specatular three-hole stretch woven through rolling sand dunes directly along the Atlantic Ocean. With sparkling renovations completed in 2000, the new Turtle Point invites both past and new guests to experience the beauty of the course.
(Jack Nicklaus)
Par 72, 7054 yards (74.2/141)

(800) 576-1570


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