Greenville and Spartanburg’s premier golf course open to public. Plush bentgrass greens, Tom Jackson design, driving range/putting greens, full service clubhouse, and pro-shop.
The Oak Nine at Hunter’s Creek Plantation opened in 1995. Tome Jackson designed the course. Many of the holes are open, while others are bordered by woods. You’ll find bermuda grass on both the greens and fairways.
EWGA: The largest women’s amateur golf association in the U.S., the EWGA has connected more than 100,000 current and aspiring business and professional women who share a passion for golf and good times. EWGA membership offers many benefits, including affordable organized golf that fits a working woman’s schedule, networking, competition, and learning opportunities that support career advancement. EWGA chapters throughout the United States – and in Canada and Italy – are located in over 125 corporate markets with members that are actively engaged in golf and business.
The Greer Golf and Country Club opened nine holes in 1954. It is now an 18-hole Bermuda Grass course with water in play.
18 Hole championship course with bent grass greens only minutes from Spartanburg.
This 18-hole golf course offers a challenge for all levels of golfers. They have a driving range, golf shop, and grill.
A haven at the crossroads of the Blue Ridge Mountains, The Cliffs at Mountain Park is a New Mountain Classic in gated, residential living. Be among the first to discover Mountain Park through The Cliffs’ priority reservation program leading up to this fall’s inaugural release. Golf at The Cliffs Communities is a four-season sport, with soon-to-be eight championship golf courses and half a dozen sponsored PGA and Champions Tours professionals who call The Cliffs home. The Cliffs membership means membership in one community gives you access to the world-class amenities of all eight– one reason why Travel + Leisure Golf magazine ranks The Cliffs among America’s Top 10 Golf Communities.
River Falls Plantation, located just west of Spartanburg, is a Gary Players design that combines hilly terrain and sharp slopes with thick
rough and slick bent grass greens.
One Site of the PGA Tour Nike Upstate Classic. This 18-hole championship par 72 course features Bermuda Fairways and Pencross bentgrass greens. Driving range and practice green.
Cobb’s Glen Country Club was built in 1976 by George Cobb. The club has hosted the 1978 and 1986 South Carolina Sate Amateur championships and the 1993 and 1995 Nike Tour Open Qualifying. Cobb’s design features gentle rolling hills a wooded setting and bent grass greens. From the championship tees, Cobb’s Glen plays to 7,002 yards with a slope of 120.
18-hole golf couse with bentgrass challenges golfers of all levels. Pro shop, driving range and swimming pool.
Links O’Tryon, by Tom Jackson, was voted the number one semi-private golf course in the Upstate by Golfweek magazine. Situated just below the North Carolina border, the course is laid out within seven different mountains and offers a spectacular view from every hole. With very little water and trees, the course lends a Scottish flair to the foothill setting.