Golf in Columbia


Our deal searchers couldn't find any Golf deals at the moment.
They feel bad, so they found you these other deals to make up for it.

Select Local Merchants

  • Northwoods Golf Club
    At dawn, just as the sun breaks the horizon and the morning dew is still a fragrant glaze blanketing the freshly mown lawn, golfers find solace in the pinging sound of golf balls that soar across the beautifully landscaped terrain. The 18-hole course at Northwoods Golf Club is a welcoming oasis for golfers of all stripes, summoning players to traverse the immaculate grounds. The course was designed to emanate southern charm with rows of towering pine trees and the tranquil waters of Moores Pond, a prominent feature on multiple holes. Designed by P.B. Dye, son of famous course architect Pete Dye, the track stretches 6,800 yards for a par of 72. PGA professionals Greg McBride and Burke Cromer oversee the club's lessons, making use of the lighted driving range to help students improve their iron play and no-look reverse drives well after the sun goes down. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 72 course Total length of 6,800 yards from the back tees Course rating of 71.9 from the back tees Course slope of 122 from the back tees:m]]
    Read More
    201 Powell Road
    Columbia, SC US
  • The Club at Rawls Creek
    Measuring 6,074 yards from the tips, the course at The Club at Rawls Creek doesn't demand extreme distance off of the tee to score well—but it will challenge golfers' short game and putting skills. Installed in 2006, the course's mini-verde Bermuda grass greens create an ultra-fast surface, requiring a touch more delicate than a headcover made from a pink feather boa. The layout also features numerous par-threes with elevated tees, where tee shots drop as much as 60 feet to reach the flagstick. After their round draws to a close, golfers can refuel at the Creekside Grille. There, four flat-screen TVs broadcast the day's sporting events, and porch seating lets guests look out onto the grounds and discover constellations from the divots in the grass. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 71 course Length of 6,074 yards from the tips Four tee options
    Read More
    2121 Lake Murray Blvd
    Columbia, SC US
  • Oak Hills Golf Club
    Sculpted into 160 acres of rolling hills and forests of oak, pine, and dogwood, Oak Hills Golf Club provides a scenic challenge for golfers skilled and novice. The course designed by Steve Melnyk and Davis Love III features manicured Tifway 419 bermuda-grass fairways and elevated, undulating greens. Players might want to keep a still-life painter in the bag for when they reach the elevated tee box on the par 5 hole 18, where a viewing of nine different holes manifests itself in a verdant panorama of course and countryside. The Oak Hills staff of veteran PGA professionals amends swings during private lessons for adults and youths.
    Read More
    7629 Fairfield Rd
    Columbia, SC US
  • The Golf Center
    Owner Kurt Sokolowski knows every inch of Carolina Golf Center’s nine-hole, par 3 course. From the longest tee, golf balls travel a total of 2,376 years. Golfers get to the tee with the help of pull carts, which they tug across the course’s lush Bermuda grass. The public course also features a driving range with a large grass hitting area, where golfers can practice their swings and celebratory hole-in-one dances.
    Read More
    109 Tat Road
    Columbia, SC US

Groupon Guide

Advertisement