Designing Callawassie Island's award-winning championship 27-hole course, Tom Fazio took advantage of the island's natural beauty to create a juxtaposition of visual drama and superb playability. Magnificent live oaks and magnolias, as well as freshwater ponds and the surrounding saltwater marsh, come into play on most holes. Inspiring vistas and abundant wildlife make nature part of the golf experience.

Rated among the top courses in South Carolina, the Callawassie Island course offers challenges for every skill level. Three distinct nines provide variety and assure availability throughout the year. Each of the nines has its own character and degree of difficulty. 

Golf Course Tours at Callawassie Island

Dogwood Course

Both your short and long games will be tested on this interesting mix of holes while you enjoy the natural beauty of the scenic marsh vistas.  Don't forget to pause along the way to catch a glimpse at the birds and animals who have made our peaceful island their home!

Magnolia Course

At 3,564 yards, this is the longest of Callawassie Island's three nines. In order to successfully navigate the course, you must utilize all of your golf skills. Long accurate drives, calculated second shots, as well as precision play of the par 3s, will ensure a successful round.

Palmetto Course

Well-positioned ponds present a challenge on seven holes of this 3,443 yard nine hole course. Conservative course management, precise positioning, and a soft putting stroke will provide you with the maximum enjoyment on these excellent nine holes.