Coosaw Creek Country Club

4110 Club Course DR

North Charleston, SC 29420

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Phone: (843) 767-9000

City: North Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Coosaw Creek Country Club

Coosaw Creek Country Club is a semi-private club featuring an Arthur Hills designed course. Blessed with an unusually rolling terrain, The golf course places a premium on accuracy over length. Precise approach shots and a deft short game - avoiding the greenside bunkers, the dense woods, and wetlands - are the the keys to scoring. The superb shot values on Coosaw Creek golf course are overshadowed only by the sheer beauty of the site. Rolling seamlessly from woods to wetlands, the course offers a variety of different looks and presents golfers with a memorable experience at every turn.

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