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Kiawah Island Golf Resort

Golf Resort

Kiawah Island Golf Resort is your destination for luxury golf and beach vacations near Charleston, South Carolina. Indulge in Five-Star accommodations, world-class resort amenities, award-winning recreational activities, and some of the most respected golf courses in the nation. You’ll enjoy all of this and more in distinctively tranquil natural surroundings—for a travel experience you’ll wish would never end.

Golf

The Ocean Course

The Ocean Course

Designed by Pete Dye and opened just months before it hosted the 1991 Ryder Cup, The Ocean Course gained almost instant notoriety and acclaim as the site of the dramatic "War by the Shore." The Ocean Course will forever be famous for a Ryder Cup battle that went down to the last putt on the last hole of the last match on the last day. In 2007, the course opened a new clubhouse in the footprint of the old 18th green and hosted the Senior PGA Championship. It hosted twice the PGA Champiosnhip: 2014 and 2021.

Cougar Point

Cougar Point

The new Gary Player-designed Cougar Point Golf Course opened in September 1996. Built on the site of the former Marsh Point Golf Course, Cougar Point is a par-72 layout stretching 6,861 yards from the back tees, making it 600 yards longer than the old course. The new course follows the routing of Marsh Point but retains little else from its predecessor. Cougar Point is known for its three-hole stretch midway through the front nine where holes border the tidal marsh and offer panoramic views of the Kiawah River and miles of adjacent marsh. 

Osprey Point

Osprey Point

Designed by the consensus pick as the best contemporary architect in golf, Osprey Point is a classic Tom Fazio layout. It's also a classic example of why Fazio enjoys such a lofty professional perch. At Osprey Point, Fazio had a superb natural canvas on which to create a masterpiece in playability and variety. The course was lengthened to 6871 yards, state-of-the-art cart paths were installed, and several holes were lengthened. An elegant clubhouse now stands overlooking the immaculate driving range.

Turtle  Point

Turtle Point

One year before the Ryder Cup Matches were played at The Ocean Course, Kiawah hosted the club professionals' version of the international match-play competition when the 1990 PGA Cup Matches were played at Turtle Point. The PGA of America is just one of many organizations that have selected the Jack Nicklaus design as the site of a premier event. At 6,914 yards from the back markers with five par fours stretching 420 yards or longer, the course offers a tough test for all golfers.

Oak Point

Oak Point

Tucked away in the center of Hope Plantation, just outside of the Kiawah gate, lies Oak Point. This Clyde Johnston jewel, most frequently called a Scottish-American style course, is a par 72 layout. It is challenging to the novice golfer and the experienced professional while providing a fair test. Bordering the historic Haulover Creek and the Kiawah River, Oak Point was built on the grounds of an old indigo and cotton plantation. Finishing along the panoramic Kiawah River, golfers will be delighted at another example of quality golf that Kiawah Island has to offer. Last summer, its new clubhouse opened adjacent to the 18th green overlooking the Haulover Creek

Accommodation

The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort

The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort

The Carolina coast offers countless vacation destinations and places to stay. But none equal to The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort. Just 21 miles from Charleston, this South Carolina luxury beach resort hotel delivers Forbes Five-Star service and unequaled accommodations. Meticulous attention to detail, distinguished service and unparalleled luxury paired with a truly sumptuous setting.

Kiawah Island Villas

Kiawah Island Villas

Our collection of Kiawah Island villa rentals grants you exclusive access to our world-class amenities—including two interactive pool complexes—in addition to valuable savings and preferred reservations.

Planning

When to travel

When to travel

Best season is from March to May and from September to November. We recommend booking in advance

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