Golf in Newberry

Up to 50% Off Golf at Charwood Country Club

Charwood Country Club

West Columbia

$58 $29.99

Golfers contend with sharp curves and challenging hazards on three nine-hole courses

Up to 48% Off at Fox Run Country Club

Fox Run Country Club

Simpsonville

$80 $49

6,556-yard course suitable for golfers of all skill levels

Up to 53% Off Golf Lessons

Upstate Golf Schools

Spartanburg

$70 $35

PGA instructor helps golfers groom their game in private or two-person sessions

Up to 83% Off All-Day Driving-Range Access

Wedges & Woods

Augusta

$90 $16

The 23-acre driving range features 40 hitting stations and a full short-game practice area

Up to 51% Off Driving Range Packages

Rolling Hills Driving Range

Belair

$36 $18

Driving range outfitted with 15 grass tee boxes, 26 covered mats, semi-automatic teeing systems, and a well-stocked pro shop

Up to 59% Off at Hejaz Shrine Golf Club

Hejaz Shrine Golf Club

Greenville

$88 $36

Bradford pear trees and water hazards in play on 9 holes of 18-hole course; champion bermuda-grass greens

Up to 56% Off at Elite Golf Academy

Elite Golf Academy

Greenville

$75 $37

One-on-one training sessions examine customers’ golf swing and putting abilities

Up to 62% Off Golf Lessons with Club Fitting

Golf Zone Outlet

Pineville

$100 $49

Instructors help students hone putting and swinging skills; fitting sessions determine ideal dimensions for each player's club

Up to 51% Off Golf Lessons

The Effortless Golf Center

Golf Depot

$110 $60

A lighted driving range with both grass and artificial-turf hitting bays hosts lessons with instructor Bruce Parker

Up to 51% Off Golf Lessons at Lew Golf

Lew Golf

Multiple Locations

$80 $35

Lew Farwell applies more than 25 years of wisdom to teach students how to improve their individual swing types

Up to Half Off at The Golf Village

The Golf Village

Pineville

$50 $25

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Characterized by a winding brook, nine-hole, par-3 course lets golfers hone their approach shots and short game in 5 or 10 rounds

Up to 49% Off Golf at Calhoun Country Club

Calhoun Country Club

St. Matthews

$68 $35

Relatively open fairways are juxtaposed by towering pines and hardwoods, intersecting waterways, and elevation changes throughout

Up to 53% Off at Hidden Valley Golf Club

Hidden Valley Golf Club

West Columbia

$80 $40

18-hole, par 72 course stretches across 6,757 yards of immaculate fairways nestled in the shadows of mature hardwoods and carolina pines

Up to 53% Off Golf with Cart Rental

Woodhaven Golf Club & Learning Center

Pendleton

$36 $18

Nine-hole course characterized by bermuda grass and mature trees gives beginners great place to take up the game

Up to 46% Off Private Golf Lesson

Executive Links llc

The Divide Golf Club

$65 $35

Golf instructor use swing analysis to break own swing mechanics and offer corrective advice to develop consistent, reliable skills

Up to 53% Off Lessons at Scott Fossum Golf Schools

Scott Fossum Golf Schools

Emerald Lake Golf Club

$100 $49

PGA Master Professional in Instruction Scott Fossum helps clients learn fundamental golf skills during 60-minute or 9-hole golf lessons

Up to 50% Off Golf at The Pines at Elizabeth City

The Pines at Elizabeth City

Elizabeth City

$120 $60

Golfers play their way through the newly revamped 6,700 yd., par-72 course, surrounded by picturesque pine-tree forests

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Champion Golf

Red Bridge Golf Club

$1,435 $189

VIP members enjoy ten group golf lessons that help improve their game, as well as ten 18-hole rounds of golf at a challenging course

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In 1922, a small but devoted group of Newberry community members pooled their time and resources to create a space to enjoy golf, tennis, swimming, and the company of friends. From their efforts emerged the nascent Country Club of Newberry, originally comprised of a nine-hole golf course with sand greens and an outdoor pool that, true to the times, was no more than a pond fed by more than 75 springs and a steady flow of ragtime music. The pond still rests behind the sprawling, ivory clubhouse that anchors the Country Club today, a scenic testament to the humble beginnings of a club that now encompasses an 18-hole, championship golf course, two lighted tennis courts, and a junior Olympic-sized outdoor pool.

Streams and ponds snake throughout the golf course, threatening the life force of errant orbs on nine different holes. With a length of 6,530 yards from the tips, the moderately difficult layout offers four color-designated tees to cater to players of all abilities and those with an unwavering allegiance to the color gold.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 72 course

  • Length of 6,530 yards from the farthest tees

  • Course rating of 71.6 from the farthest tees

  • Slope rating of 133 from the farthest tees

  • Four tee options

414 Country Club Rd
Newberry,
SC
US

Lake Murray Golf Center appeals to both putt-practitioners and full-scale iron swingers by placing a miniature course alongside nine regular holes. Quartets can take to the 18-hole miniature-golf course as many times as they desire to send spherical associates caroming toward their targets. Golf balls navigating the littler links must dodge fountains, streams, and a 15-foot waterfall that churns fresh Arnold Palmers.

2032 Old Hilton Rd
Chapin,
SC
US

As golfers stand over teed-up golf balls, staring down the fairway of Indian Trail Golf Course’s 370-yard 14th hole—the course signature—they may be perplexed by its ranking as the round’s most difficult hole. Though the scorecard reads “short par 4,” the hole packs a good deal of hardship into its diminutive stature. Golfers must aim for the top of the fairway hill off the tee, while steering clear of the boulder on the right side and the large pond just beyond. Players are forgiven for going the conservative route with a long iron off the tee, as opposed to risking the driver or a retrofitted t-shirt cannon. If they leave themselves a decent lie on the approach, a two-tiered green awaits just over the water, making three-putts an all-too-common occurrence.

While not every hole features boulders, uphill fairways, and the ever-present threat of boogeyman attacks, the course is characterized by the ubiquitous threat of hazards. In all, nine ponds and more than 40 bunkers haunt players along the 6,272 yards of Bermuda-covered terrain, lending an air of hostility to the otherwise pristine surroundings.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 72 course
  • Total length of 6,272 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 69.4 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 127 from the back tees
  • Four sets of tees per hole
1304 Willis St
Batesburg,
SC
US

Designed by prolific course architect Willard Byrd, Timberlake Country Club's 18-hole course plots a 6,579-yard trail across a Lake Murray peninsula as it dips southward into the glassy waters. Picturesque views of the lake abound throughout the round—because of its proximity to the lake, the club offers free docking and shore-side pickup for those who wish to arrive by boat or seahorse—and the supersized pool's watery fingers come into play on seven holes. Rounds culminate with dramatic flair at the signature 18th hole, a 483-yard par 5 where a mid-fairway water hazard looms on the business end of a blind tee shot, raising the stakes for players who unsheathe their driver in the hopes of reaching the green in two.

Alongside the grassy course, neon yellow orbs slice through the air at Timberlake Country Club's tennis courts, where tennis pro Mark Gardiner teaches students to hit a forehand passing shot or incite an earthquake with a deafening grunt. The club also houses diverse dining facilities to curb appetites or host social events.

222 Timberlake Dr
Chapin,
SC
US

Designed by 1997 PGA Championship—winner Davis Love III, The Patriot Golf Course spans 7,045 yards of lush, rolling terrain flanked by the docile waters of Lake Greenwood. Rounds begin and end at the faux–brick ruins that surround the first tee and 18th green, which replicate a Revolutionary War fort—a tribute to the fact that the war's first land battle was waged nearby and a solemn reminder to modern golfers never to submit to the tyranny of chronic slices and snap-hooks.

200 Grand Harbor Blvd
Ninety Six,
SC
US

Charwood Country Club's three nine-hole courses wind through acres of thick forest, their manicured greens sticking out from the trees like polished emerald jewels. On any 18-hole combination, golfers will find plenty of challenges as they contend with sharp curves, sand traps, and roving gangs of golf carts. Speaking of carts, groups can claim one before heading out to save time and stamina on the course. Some of that extra time can be spent on a post-game detour to LC's Grille for breakfast or lunch.

222 Clubhouse Dr
West Columbia,
SC
US