The Links at Stono Ferry is set in a peaceful location in the South Carolina lowcountry, away from the hustle and bustle of the historic city of Charleston. Pristine fairways weave their way in and around marshes, waterways, ancient moss-draped oaks and majestic towering pines. Set on the site of a historic Revolutionary War battle, this course offers one of the finest tests of golf in the area and its location just 30 minutes from Charleston makes it ideal for any golfer visiting the historic city on their next golf break.
The Links at Stono Ferry combines championship golf with a slice of American history. As you make your way around this stunning championship layout you will stumble upon relics from years past which give you an insight into the history surrounding The Battle at Stono Ferry in 1779.
History aside, the course itself is one of the finest in South Carolina and you will have to wage your own battle with towering trees that border the fairways, waste and marshland that should be avoided at all costs, intelligently placed bunkers and slick, undulating putting surfaces. Stono Ferry boasts five separate tee positions and as such is accessible to all standards of golfer looking to sample some of the best golf the Deep South has to offer. Notable holes include the island green, par 4 18th which will certainly set the knees shaking if you have a good score going down the last!
As well as the fantastic golf course and history on show around the course, Stono Ferry also boasts an extensive practice facility and an infinitely charming southern style clubhouse where golfers can go to enjoy a well deserved drink after a testing round of golf in the sunshine of the Deep South.