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Golf in the Olde English District of South Carolina

Going Green - Golf in the District

There's something about a South Carolina golf destination called the Olde English District that immediately grabs your attention. The name evokes a time of yesteryear, a place of southern significance that dates back to the 1700s and the Revolutionary War.

In addition to the Olde English's historical importance, this seven county region—- encompassing quaint little towns and more upscale villages—also claims great golfing as one of its notable features, and as a very marketable attraction. One thing is clear: the Olde English is out to prove that there is no monopoly on affordable golf in South Carolina. An array of 20+ great course options, including Cheraw State Park Golf Course await to impress you. And impressed you will be.
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Featured Course - Edgewater Golf Club


18 hole, par 72, 6,571 yards of play. Course designed by Bruce Brodsky.

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Map of the Olde English District

South Carolina's Olde English District is located along I-77 between Charlotte, NC and the Columbia, SC.

When it comes to golfing in the Olde English District you don't have to venture too far off the interstate to find some of the best that the region has to offer. Learn More >>

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Custom Golf Packages available in the Olde English District.
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