Opened in 1968, the 900-acre, Florence, S.C., club offers a 7,150-yard championship golf course designed by Ellis Maples, a 30,000-sq. ft. clubhouse, multiple dining venues, a fitness center, junior Olympic pool, lighted tennis complex, and multi-station playground.
Mosaic Clubs & Resorts has been retained to manage the club at The Country Club of South Carolina, a 900-acre residential community located in Florence, S.C.
Opened in 1968, The Country Club of South Carolina offers a 7,150-yard championship course designed by Ellis Maples, a protege of Donald Ross and the patriarch of a Carolinas-based golf course architecture firm.
Maples’ design has not only brought daily challenge and enjoyment to countless member rounds, but also tested the world’s best, including major championship winners Tom Lehman and Lee Janzen, in PGA Tour qualifying competitions.
“The Country Club of South Carolina has been a fixture of community life in Florence for nearly five decades,” said Mosaic chairman Whitney Crouse. “The Mosaic team is honored to play a role in ensuring the continuing success of the club.”
In addition to championship golf, amenities at Country Club of South Carolina includes a 30,000-sq. ft. clubhouse, multiple dining venues, a fitness center, junior Olympic pool, lighted tennis complex and multi-station playground.
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