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What to See & Do

Hoist a sail or hear a ghost tale. Barrier island recreation or tour a plantation? The number of activities unique to the Charleston area is incredible. Your guests will be thanking you for such a fun, authentic and memorable meeting, so go ahead-take a bow.

What to See & Do > Golf & Tennis

The Pete Dye masterpiece garnered worldwide attention when it hosted the 1991 Ryder Cup. In 2012, Rory McIlroy posted the largest margin of victory in a PGA Championship, and Phil Mickelson made history in 2021 as the oldest person to win a major when the PGA Championship returned.
With rolling fairways and picturesque finishing holes along the Atlantic, to challenging greens along the marshes of the Intracoastal Waterway.
Featuring two world-renowned Fazio courses with dramatic finishing holes on the Atlantic Ocean. The Links Course is ranked among the world’s best and The Harbor Course will test your skills with water coming into play on nearly every hole. Located minutes from downtown Charleston.
With a par of 70, this challenging 6,359 yard course requires accurate shot making and a thoughtful plan of attack. Considered by Tom Fazio as one of his favorites.
This Clyde Johnston masterpiece offers a variety of challenges from holes set in windswept tracts alongside salt marshes to fairways carved out of thick forest.
This Gary Player design (and the island's first course) remains a players' favorite as it winds through maritime forest, stands of mature live oak and along the marsh bordering the Kiawah River.
Built on a historic Lexington Plantation, Dunes West is an Arthur Hills masterpiece, and one of the best you will ever play. A beautiful antebellum clubhouse, set amid Bermuda-covered dunes and 200 year old oaks blends an historically rich environment with great hospitality.
Home of the Family Circle Cup, Volvo Car Open and Credit One Tennis tournaments and two world-class tennis facilities - Charleston Tennis LLC and LTP Mount Pleasant, and the Randy Pete Tennis Academy.
This course has hosted several championships, including the Carolina 1987, 1992 & 2006 Amateur and the 1990 PGA Cup Matches, the club professionals' version of the Ryder Cup. The layout exemplifies Jack Nicklaus’ guiding design philosophy to “make the player use his mind ahead of his muscles.”
An Arnold Palmer Masterpiece, awarded 4.5 stars by Golf Digest, featuring the best in coastal Carolina golf. Miles of marsh views, beautiful landscape & lowcountry wildlife.
Ocean Winds Golf Course, designed by Willard Byrd, is a 6,765-yard, par 72 course that takes you to the Atlantic Ocean. Swirling breezes provide a challenging test of ability across tight fairways, balanced by generous greens and framed with sun-drenched dunes and salt marshes.
Rated 4 stars by Golf Digest’s Best Places to Play, Stono Ferry offers 18 incredible holes nestled along Charleston’s Intracoastal waters. This Ron Garl design will test every shot in the bag including the short iron approach to the island green 18th!