Our Courses

The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort
Host of the 2012 PGA Championship and future host of the 2021 PGA Championship, the Ocean Course offers panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean from all 18 holes. Named "#1 Golf Course in South Carolina" by Golf Digest, this course was designed by Pete Dye with easterly and westerly wind challenges in mind.
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Turtle Point at Kiawah Island Golf Resort
Jack Nicklaus came back in 2016 to redesign one of his first courses to create more interest and playability. Turtle Point features narrow fairway corridors, small greens and strategically placed water hazards. The three holes on the back nine on the ocean and the challenging eighteenth hole make a exciting finish to your round.
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Osprey Point at Kiawah Island Golf Resort
Osprey Point golf course is a masterpiece in playability and variety. Featuring four large, natural lakes, fingers of saltwater marsh, and dense maritime forests, the Tom Fazio course offers a wide variety of memorable holes, each presenting its own unique challenges and beauty.
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Oak Point at Kiawah Island Golf Resort
Just steps from the Kiawah River and Haulover Creek, Oak Point by Clyde Johnston offers undulating fairways, challenging greens and beautiful vistas. It's no wonder this golf course recently received a near-perfect 4 stars from the readers of Golf Digest magazine in their "Best Places to Play" poll.
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Cougar Point at Kiawah Island Golf Resort
One of the most dramatic vistas on Kiawah Island is the middle of Cougar Point's front nine, just along the Kiawah River. This Gary Player course features a great blend of scenic challenges and was recently rated the "Golf Course of The Year", by the South Carolina Golf Course Owners Association. Cougar Point will be closed December 2016 through September 2017.
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