Charleston National Golf Club, Mount Pleasant

#9 of 14 in Outdoors in Mount Pleasant
Golf Course · Hidden Gem · Outdoor Activity
Charleston National is a Rees Jones designed championship 18 hole golf course that is open to the public year round. Rated by Golf Digest as the best non-resort course in the Charleston area, it truly is Charleston’s “hidden gem.” Charleston National offers exceptional values for your golfing experience. In addition to an outstanding golf course, you will enjoy our full size, state of the art, practice facility, and our Rees Jones pub.

The Charleston National Golf Club, with all its southern charm, is dedicated to serving not only your golfing needs, but your social needs as well. The Charleston National clubhouse now offers you and your family a special place to host a wedding, meeting or special family event. Let us provide you with a memorable low country experience and excellent service all at a great value.
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  • We had a foursome play here over the weekend. The course was in pretty good shape for the dead of winter. Greens were fast and true. The biggest problem with greens are I repaired ball marks, but...  more »
  • The Rees Jones design is challenging. The course was not in that good a shape, the driving range 90% sand and lots of bare spots in the fairways. For $85 would have expected more, like ice in the...  more »
  • Greens roll true and are in solid shape. Some small areas on some greens need repair, Tough pin locations. Course will punish you if you don’t hit the ball well off the tee.
  • Let me begin by saying I’m a 73 year old male with cardiomyopathy & severe arthritis. I hadn’t played golf in years because of my health. I wanted to try & see if I could still enjoy the game. A friend of mine & I were going to play Charleston National and when he scheduled our tee time he explained my situation and ask if we could play as a twosome so we didn’t backup play. When I arrived at the club house I found that the course only has one handicap parking spot. There were cars parked everywhere with no parking spaces available. I ask the attendant if they had other handicap spots & was told no. I explained my situation & he was nice enough to follow in a golf cart to a place I could park which was across the road. When paying to play I explained my situation & was told that I could play but to stay 30 yards from greens which was fine. I mentioned about only having one handicap spot & was told by who I believe to be the assistant pro that the city of Mt Pleasant said that’s all they need. I ask him if Charleston National abided by the “ADA” standards and he said no which shocked me. I won’t go back and warn handicap people that would love to try to get back out on a course to be aware of my experience when it comes to Charleston National or other courses. There are “ADA” standards & the PGA adopted standards back in 2000 for the handicapped.
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