Ron Garl designed this link-style championship golf course along the Intracoastal Waterway in the Lowcountry. Located on the site of the Battle at Stono Ferry, fought here in 1779, the front nine winds its way through majestic pines and waste area-lined fairways while the back nine plays along the banks of the Intracoastal waterway. Known for its back nine heroics, scenic views and the island green 18th hole, Stono Ferry offers golfers of all abilities one of the most unique tests in all of Charleston. The state-of-the-art driving range and learning center comprise one of the greatest practice facilities in the area!
Stono Ferry is a semi-private club open for membership as well as to local and golf vacation play. Wage your own war on the site of a historic Revolutionary War battle.
Stono Ferry is less than 30 minutes from downtown Charleston, and is also the closest course off both Kiawah and Seabrook Islands. Whether you are a local or a vacationing golfer, the wonderful golf experience at Stono Ferry is mere moments away.