There seems to be no mention of Kiawah - Ocean Course. Does anyone recommend this for a challenge? Also, to Chuck and the other SC locals, when is the 'off season'? I'm wanting to pay homage to SC's world-class bounty of golf.
Joseph: For Myrtle Beach......July and August when it is hot and in the winter......most tourists do not like our humidity along the coast......I would call them and ask when their off season rates are....they will tell you.....we have in state and out of state rates......go to GolfNow.com.............Kiawah - Ocean Course is not in Myrtle Beach, but in Charleston. Cost for the Ocean Course is in the four hundred dollar range......you can walk with a caddie but a caddie is not included.....to experience to beauty of the course...I recommend a caddie and walking, but they do offer carts....the caddies there are very knowledgeable of the course...........I have played that course many many times but will not pay that amount.....I knew the superintendent.....or received compensation for volunteering for a major event at the course (with the exception of the PGA)......beautiful course and tough.....there are a number of courses on Kiawah Island: Turtle Point, Osprey Point, Cougar Point, and Oak Point. They run in the hundreds and Turtle Point is a challenging course as well. There are two other courses there. The River Course and Cassique, but they are private. If you belong to a private club you might check with you pro and see if he might be able to work something out with them. Hope this is not TMI....HAPPY GOLFING...CZ :)