Kiawah Island, South Carolina
Recognized internationally for its world class golf, Kiawah Island offers a pleasant climate year-round to enthusiasts of all ability levels. Golfers delight in the wildlife on the sustainably built island community, where Audubon International has certified all five of the golf courses as Cooperative Sanctuaries.
Kiawah Island was voted America's #1 Golf Destination by Travel and Leisure magazine and boasts courses designed by the likes of Pete Dye, Tom Fazio, and Jack Nicklaus. Here are the exciting golf course destinations we bring to you on GolfpropertySIR.com
Turtle Point is a state-of-the-art facility with holes 14-16 only having the windswept dunes to separate your golf ball from the Atlantic ocean with breath taking views.
Osprey Point is a visual treat, whether you have a golf club in your hand or not. A product of the architect’s talent for blending golf and nature together.
Cougar Point, the newest of the five courses that make up Kiawah Island Resort’s 90-hole lineup.View More
Oak Point certainly fits the resort's upscale mold, located just across the Kiawah River on John's Island. The course was built to be part of a stand-alone residential development, but was purchased by Kiawah Resort in November 1997.
Even before construction began, the Ocean Course at Kiawah Resort was destined for greatness … literally. Even before ground-breaking, the PGA of America picked the Ocean Course to host the 1991 Ryder Cup Matches.