Isle of Palms, South Carolina
Wild Dunes Resort Courses
5757 Palms Boulevard
Isle of Palms SC 29451
Par: 72, 6709 yards
73.2 rating, 131 slope
Architect: Tom Fazio
Golf Digest says Wild Dunes Resort is among the "Best in State" for golf in South Carolina. Both guests and locals can enjoy 36 holes of signature golf designed by Tom Fazio. The Links Course and Harbor Course are open to the public and challenge players at every skill level.
The Links Course was Tom Fazio's first. Today, he says it's still among his favorites - and he's not the only one. From the rustling palms lining lush, rolling fairways to a finishing hole overlooking the glistening Atlantic Ocean, the Links Course is South Carolina golf at its finest.
The Harbor Course is known for its challenging design and beautiful views, and most of all, water. From lagoons and salt marshes to the Intracoastal Waterway, this varied course will test all aspects of your golf game.
Practice facilities are located across from The Links clubhouse and include a driving range, chipping area and putting green.
Loggerhead sea turtle, Leatherback sea turtle, American Alligator, Eastern Box Turtle, Common Snapping Turtle, Diamond Back Terrapin Turtle, Black Racer Snake, Yellow Rat Snake, Banded Water Snake, Eastern King Snake, Scarlet Sanke, Bobcat, Coyote, River Otter, Gray Fox, Racoon, White Tailed Deer, American Mink, Bonnethead shark, Squid, Dolphin, Cannonball Jellyfish, Atlantic Flying Fish, Horseshoe crab.
Least Terns, Royal Terns, Caspian Terns, Sanderlings, Pelicans, Osprey, Oyster Catchers, Semipalmated Plovers, Great Egrets, Green Heron, Spotted Sandpiper, Merlin, Wild Turkey, Osprey Bald Eagle, Laughing Gull, Woodpecker, Carolina Wren, Southern Mockingbird, Eastern Bluebird, Red-winged blackbird, house finch, Turkey Vulture, Snowy Egret, Kingfisher, Wood Stork, Painted Bunting, Blue Jay, Great Crested Flycatcher, American Crow, Great Horned Owl
HOW TO GET THERE:
By Plane: The closest major airport is the Charleston International Airport (CHS)