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Secluded in the tranquil, coastal Low Country of Edisto Island, The Plantation Course at Edisto challenges golfers of all levels while offering breathtaking scenery, exceptional service, top-notch course conditions that are maintained always in player-friendly condition, and five sets of tees. The 6,130-yard layout is hallmarked by towering native live oaks that frame holes 5 and 18, and magnolia trees line hole 11. The course is made of lush Supreme Paspalum Sea Isle grass and meanders through coastal marshland and natural lagoons while also offering narrow fairways with rolling mounds and more than 50 bunkers. As they walk across the green, golfers might even sport native wildlife, including deer and alligators. Edisto's purpose is to offer a supreme golfing experience that revitalizes the senses. Though the scenery is beautiful, the course can be as challenging as it is picturesque. Well placed tee shots and approaches are requisites to good scoring, and the importance of tee shot placement cannot be overlooked. Those looking for a more intense challenge can move to the back tees and find a very fair but stern test of golf; each hole comes with a set of five tees, leaving the game scalable for players of all experience levels. The 18 championship holes remain harmonious with flowing salt water, moss-draped live oaks, lofty pines, and palmetto trees. Before or after rounds, players can gear up on all of the necessary elements to make the golfing experience complete at the Edisto Pro Shop. The store's attentive staff is always on hand to assist and answer questions, and are ably equipped to offer recommendations on the shop's extensive inventory of quality merchandise, equipment, accessories, and rental clubs.
21 Fairway Dr
Edisto Island,
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Armed with an army of innovative and certified shutterbugs, Olan Mills Portrait Studio provides families with high-quality portraits, continuing a mission that was established more than 75 years ago by founder Olan Mills Sr. Skilled in the art of capturing infants, children, families, and bunny-ears-giving ghost orbs on film, Olan Mills’s experienced smile snappers will take a series of poses amid a variety of backgrounds and lighting options. The studio is equipped with a selection of props—including numbers for birthdays, toys, and boxes—and patrons may bring their own photo-enlivening items from home. The resulting photos find their way to prints in natural color, black and white, or sepia tones; they can also be immortalized in the studio's signature Old Masters style, a canvas brushed with highlights to recreate look of an oil painting. Like the gentlemanly mariners of ages past with their full schedule of sea-battles, the photographers welcome appointments, but do not require them.
2127 Boundary St
Beaufort,
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Helmed by local biologist and US Coast Guard?certified captain Meg Hoyle, Botany Bay Ecotours leverages scientific expertise while exposing Edisto Island's natural beauty through leisurely boat tours and educational kayak excursions. Dolphin eco tours set off in pursuit of clear, memorable glimpses of the bottle-nosed creatures, while sunset tours showcase the exquisite colors of the sun setting over the beach and birds heading to their marshland roosts. Guests looking for a similar experience on dry land can observe turtles on the beach or head off on a private island safari. Guides augment the sightseeing experiences with rich explanations of the history and biology of local wildlife, as well as the region's low-country and Gullah culture.
3702 Docksite Road
Edisto Island,
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The Rhett House Inn, situated one block from the Intracoastal Waterway, is nestled among 18th-century mansions and moss-draped oaks within Beaufort’s downtown district. The seaport town’s three centuries of history are on display throughout historic forts, churches, and homes—including the pre-Revolutionary War William Elliot House. Walking tours showcase select homes such as the John Mark Verdier House Museum, which illuminates the life of a 19th-century merchant planter before the days of robot tractors. The Saltus River Grill, a five-minute walk from the inn, specializes in Lowcountry fare, a cuisine unique to coastal South Carolina. Chef Brian Waters, a Beaufort native, sources local ingredients for dishes such as clams steamed in beer with roasted-garlic puree ($7) and sea-island shrimp with creamy stone-ground grits ($23).
1009 Craven St
Beaufort,
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Sportsman's Shop T&T Sports, which has been in service for more than 60 years, preps athletes for myriad playing fields with equipment and apparel from brands such as Adidas, Easton, New Balance, and Nike. Players can wiggle into the flexible fibers of Under Armour duds such as women's comp shorts ($24.99) or the Tech T ($19.99), which affords drying protection against moisture buildups and sneezy fire hydrants. For Canton-bound flankers and soft-handed tire targets, rubber-covered Wilson footballs ($18.99) provide a more pliable catching surface, and Baden basketballs ($27.99) supply hoopsters with bouncy adaptability for indoor or outdoor play. Protect hand branches from a baseball bat's reverberating sting by sliding finger-first into a pair of Easton batting gloves ($12.99). Use the mesh links of a volleyball net ($30.29) to separate spiked shots or finally achieve checkered tan lines.
154 Robert Smalls Pkwy
Beaufort,
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Beautique Lash & Brow shapes enviable visages with masterful beauty treatments. Augment sorry-looking lid strands with a full set of semipermanent eyelash extensions. During the 90-minute process, expertly educated technicians attach subsidiary synthetic lashes to natural strands for a full, sultry look that makes oculars pop with little additional cosmetic assistance. Baby-blue beholders customize each aspect of the elongation, from length and degree of curl to thickness and ability to withstand extreme batting.
2015 Boundary Street
Beaufort,
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