Public play at the Florence, S.C. property’s Ellis Maples-designed course will begin as soon as daylight saving time begins March 8, with a $45 greens fee that includes golf cart and range balls. “This will give us the opportunity to expose golfers to the Southern charm of the club and the extensive recreational amenities and dining opportunities available to club members,” said General Manager Fred Burnett.
The Country Club of South Carolina, in Florence, S.C. has opened its doors to outside golf play, according to the club’s General Manager, Fred Burnett.
Outside play will immediately be available on Tuesday thru Sunday with a $45 greens fee that includes golf cart and range balls. The course will be open seven days a week beginning on March 9, the start of daylight saving time.
Opened in 1969, The Country Club of South Carolina’s 7,150-yard championship course was designed by Ellis Maples, a protégé of Donald Ross and the patriarch of a renowned, Carolinas-based golf course architecture firm.
“We are very pleased to make this special golf course available to the people of Florence County and the surrounding area,” said Burnett. “This will give us the opportunity to expose golfers to the Southern charm of the club and the extensive recreational amenities and dining opportunities available to club members.”
The Country Club of South Carolina golf course is part of a 900-acre residential community located two miles from Interstate 95 and less than 15 minutes from downtown Florence. In addition to championship golf, amenities include a 30,000-sq. ft. clubhouse, multiple dining venues, a fitness center, junior Olympic pool, lighted tennis complex and multi-station playground.
The Country Club of South Carolina is managed by Atlanta-based Mosaic Clubs & Resorts.