Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
Charleston National Country Club
1360 National Drive
Mount Pleasant SC, 29466
Par: 72, 7064 yards
75.1 rating, 142 slope
Architect: Rees Jones
Unique and beautiful, the Charleston National Golf Club is just north of the city of Charleston in suburban Mt. Pleasant. The course is carved along the Intracoastal waterway, through natural wetlands and lagoons and through a pine and oak tree forest. The result is a championship caliber golf course with some of the best views on the southeastern coast.
Open to the public year round, it was rated by Golf Digest as the best non-resort course in the Charleston area. A true “Lowcountry gem,” Charleston National offers exceptional values for your golfing experience. In addition to an outstanding golf course, you will enjoy the full size state of the art practice facility, complete with a pub and working staff. The Charleston National Golf Club, offers plenty of true southern charm just a few minutes from downtown Charleston.
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)