Patriot Point Links on Charleston Harbor

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Patriot Point Links on Charleston Harbor

If you’re looking for an inexpensive golf course on the South Carolina coast, you might want to look into Patriot Point Links on Charleston Harbor. Located in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, this course has a distance of 6,900 yards from the longest tees. The course is designed by Willard C. Byrd and has a slope rating of 125. Located at Charleston Harbor, the course is managed by Bobby Jones Links. Its General Manager is Brad Parker.

 Golf course – Patriot point links

A golf course at Patriot Point Links Charleston offers breathtaking views of the harbor and is convenient to downtown Charleston. This public course offers a lighted driving range with PGA instruction, a golfers’ grill, and a patio overlooking the course. It has also been a popular wedding venue in the Charleston area. Visitors may dress casually in the clubhouse, but shoes are required on the grounds. Golfers must wear soft spike shoes on the course and practice facility. Proper golf attire is required for both men and women. Men should wear golf clothes, and women should wear dresses, skirts, and mid-length shorts.

The Golf course at Patriots Point Links is a short course situated in the harbor. The putting surface is a convex grassy ridge in the Harbor. The course is smaller than the Crab Bank, but the harbor provides a breathtaking backdrop for any game. The views of Charleston, Fort Sumter, and the Ravenel Bridge are the perfect backdrop for a day on the course. The course’s location is also convenient for downtown Charleston.

Historic site

When visiting the historic sites in Charleston, be sure to stop at the Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum. Its aircraft carrier is an amazing sight and has a museum full of cool warplanes. You can also explore the waterfront district at Shem Creek, where you can take a boat ride or go for a walk on a 3,000-foot boardwalk. Regardless of what you do, you’ll be rewarded with incredible views of Charleston Harbor.

The course at Patriots Point links is an easy walk from downtown Charleston. It features a rolling green and a grassy convexity in the Harbor. While it might not look that picturesque without the harbor, the setting is spectacular. It has an ever-changing harbor wind that can make it an ideal test of the shot-making ability of golfers. The course has won numerous awards, including the PGA Championship in 2003.

Scenic location – Patriot Point Links

If you are looking for a spectacular view of Charleston Harbor and the surrounding area, you should check out the Patriots Point Links. This course was designed by Willard Byrd and was built in 1979. It has 126 slopes and is accessible year-round. The location of Patriots Point is also ideal for weddings. It is just minutes from the downtown area and Mt. Pleasant. You can stay here for the entire day or even rent a cottage.

The Patriots Point Golf Links is a short but picturesque course that sits within Charleston Harbor. The putting surface is a grassy convexity amidst the Harbor’s shallows, but the reclaimed land would be even more stunning without the Charleston Harbor. Because of the harbor, the course is also exposed to wind from all directions, which makes for a shot-maker’s paradise.

Affordable price

When you are looking for an excellent public golf course with beautiful views at a reasonable price, consider playing golf at Patriot’s Point. It is a short drive from downtown Charleston and offers affordable greens fees and views. The course is in bad condition, with patchy greens, large humps, and crumbling cart paths. While the price is reasonable, Patriot point link Charleston isn’t worth the money.

 

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