Charleston National Golf Club is a uniquely beautiful Rees Jones design just north of the city of Charleston in suburban Mt. Pleasant. The course is carved along the intracoastal waterway, through natural wetlands and lagoons and through a pine and oak tree forest. The result is a championship caliber golf course with some of the best views on the southeastern coast.
Charleston National, par 72, stretches just over 7,100 yards from the tips. There are five sets of tee markers to accommodate all playing levels and the true rolling greens will give all golfers a fun challenge. Wooden bridges are strategically placed to carry golfers over the natural areas from tee box to green. The finishing holes, set along untold acres of golden marshland, are among the most distinctive in the region.