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Kiawah Island Resort South Carolina USA Golf Offer

Package Includes:

Flights from LHR
7 nights Garden View room
Four rounds of golf, including shared cart
The Ocean Course
Osprey Point Course
Turtle Point Course
Cougar Point Course
Rental car

Your USA golf and family holiday begins at Kiawah Island. Come see why Kiawah is rated the Best U.S. Golf Resort

Package Includes:

  • Flights with Delta Airlines from Heathrow, other airports available.
  • Seven nights at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island based on two sharing a Garden View room, room only
  • Four rounds of golf, including shared cart. One round at each of:
  • The Ocean Course – A forecaddie is mandatory after noon, the recommended gratuity is $30 per player, payable locally to the caddie
  • Osprey Point Course
  • Turtle Point Course
  • Cougar Point Course
  • Hertz fully inclusive full size rental car, based on two sharing

Your golf and family vacation begins at Kiawah Island. Come see why Kiawah is rated the Best U.S. Golf Resort, Located on a beautiful barrier island just a few miles from historic Charleston, South Carolina.

Kiawah Island Resort South Carolina USA Golf Offer

The Sanctuary Hotel

this exquisitely designed oceanfront hotel, just thirty minutes from downtown Charleston, captures the spirit, history and charm of the beautiful south. A casual but elegant building, reminiscent of a grand seaside mansion, the four-story hotel was designed to feel like it has been on Kiawah for centuries,

Kiawah Island Resort South Carolina USA Golf Offer

Kiawah Island Resort South Carolina USA Golf Offer

Kiawah Island Resort

Kiawah Island Resort

Your golf and family vacation begins at Kiawah Island. Come see why Kiawah is rated the Best U.S. Golf Resort, Located on a beautiful barrier island just a few miles from historic Charleston, South Carolina. choose from one of five incredible golf courses and play where the pros play - including the legendary Ocean Course, host of the 1991 Ryder Cup and 2012 PGA Championship. Located along the pristine shores of Kiawah Island, South Carolina, this exquisitely designed oceanfront hotel, just 21 miles from downtown Charleston, captures the spirit, history and charm of the beautiful south. Come walk through the front doors and experience a seaside mansion, where you will be surrounded by the grandeur of the architecture and hospitality at its finest. This beautiful seaside mansion is waiting to envelop you in its service and southern hospitality.

The Ocean Course

Length: 7,199
Par: 72
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Osprey Golf Course

Length: 6,338
Par: 72
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Turtle Point Golf Course

Length: 6,456
Par: 72
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Cougar Point Golf Course

Length: 7,040
Par: 72
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Choose from one of five incredible golf courses and play where the pros play—including the legendary Ocean Course, host of the 1991 Ryder Cup and 2012 PGA Championship

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Par: 72, Holes: 18, 7,199m

The Ocean Course

The Ocean Course
The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort hosted the 2007 Senior PGA and the 2012 PGA Championships. It will also host the 2021 PGA. The Ocean Course is the fourth course to have hosted each of the PGA of America’s major championships. Probably no other golf course in the world outside of the United Kingdom and Ireland is affected as much by the wind. From one round to the next, a player can experience up to an 8-club difference on holes depending upon the direction and strength of the wind. Built in 1991 by Pete Dye, there are no prevailing winds on the course. Dye took this into account when designing the course. In fact, he designed two courses into one – one for an easterly wind and one for a westerly wind. The Ocean Course gained instant notoriety as the host of the dramatic “War by the Shore,” a battle decided literally by the final putt of Sunday’s final match in 1991’s Ryder Cup Matches. In 1997, The Ocean Course hosted the World Cup of Golf, with the world’s finest golfers from 32 countries competing in the stroke play tournament. The inaugural UBS Cup took place on the course in 2001, and in 2003 the course hosted the World Golf Championships World Cup. The PGA Professional National Championship was played in June 2005. With 18 holes offering panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, it is likely The Ocean Course would have earned widespread acclaim had no tournament ever been played there. In May 2007, The Ocean Course hosted the Senior PGA Championship, and in 2012 hosted the PGA Championship – the first of golf’s four majors to be played in South Carolina.

Par: 72, Holes: 18, 6,338m

Osprey Golf Course

Osprey Golf Course
Making full use of Kiawah’s maritime forests, lagoons and saltwater marshes, Osprey Point is one of the most popular courses with resort guests. Totally renovated in 2014 under the direction of course architect Tom Fazio, Osprey Point features tees, greens and fairways grassed with Paspalum. Fazio blended a par-72 layout that takes advantage of its setting. The course offers a wide variety of holes, each presenting its own unique challenges and beauty, which are bound to produce an enjoyable round. Each hole is unique and memorable. There are four challenging par-3s, four extremely distinctive par-5s and ten outstanding par-4s ranging in length from 340 yards to 461 yards from the championship tees. Generally, courses of the caliber of Osprey Point are in private club settings with restricted memberships and high membership fees. In fact, its architect, Tom Fazio, originally developed it as a members’ only type course. However, since Osprey Point is now part of Kiawah Island Golf Resort, anyone can enjoy this beautiful Lowcountry gem. Not only is Osprey Point a world-class layout, its elegant clubhouse is available for guest’s use. A favorite for after-round libations, dining, wedding receptions and special event functions. Since Fazio’s design was for a member’s only type of course, Osprey Point is very playable for the average golfer. It features generous landing areas and few forced carries. From the proper tees, the course poses appropriate challenges to the better golfers and fairness to the high-handicapper, senior golfers and junior golfers. For the better player, the course is very challenging with plenty of hazards to avoid, numerous risk/reward options and doglegs that go both left to right and right to left, requiring a premium on both accuracy and finesse. Osprey Point is ranked 10th in Golf For Women“ magazine’s list of the “50 Best Golf Courses for Women,” It was also recently awarded a near-perfect 4½ stars in Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play” reader’s poll where it was considered one of the best values in South Carolina.

Par: 72, Holes: 18, 6,456m

Turtle Point Golf Course

Turtle Point Golf Course
Under the watchful eye of course designer Jack Nicklaus, Turtle Point will be closed starting in January for a nine-month renovation that will refurbish green complexes, re-grass the greens, tees and fairways with Paspalum (the same salt-tolerant strain of grass that is on The Ocean Course, Osprey Point and Oak Point), rebuild all bunkers, laser level all tee boxes, including the range and reestablish irrigation throughout the course. During this time the golf shop and Tomasso will remain open. The new and improved Turtle Point Golf Course is scheduled to reopen in October in time for the fall 2016 golf season. Turtle Point is a low-profile golf course that delivers a high caliber golfing experience. Players from the Carolina Amateur, the Carolina PGA, the South Carolina Amateur and the 1990 PGA Cup Matches will all agree that the Turtle Point Golf Course is a true test for strategy and accuracy. Because of its traditional design, many of the better players visiting Kiawah Island Golf Resort would rather play Turtle Point than any of the other courses on the island. With narrow fairway corridors, small greens, strategically placed water hazards and plenty of out-of-bounds, Turtle Point calls for great accuracy and intelligent strategies. Players not driving the ball well will struggle for par. Since it is one of the longest courses on the island, proficiency with fairway woods and long irons is a must. So is the ability to scramble. Like many of Jack’s early courses, the greens on Turtle Point are small. So players need to be able to hit shots high if they want them to stop. The course calls for players to be able to shape their shots both left-to-right and right-to-left. They will need to be proficient with every club in the bag and won’t necessarily hit a driver on every hole. And true to Jack’s playing philosophy, Turtle Point plays best hitting to specific landing areas to get the best angles into the greens. When players go down the list of what makes a great golf course, whether it’s shot values, memorability, design variety, resistance to scoring, aesthetics or any other criteria they may use, Turtle Point is sure to score high.

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