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At Oldfield, life takes on a different pace. Here, on 860 acres along the Okatie River, a true Lowcountry community is rising in harmony with the land. A mere half-hour from Savannah, Beaufort and Hilton Head Island, Oldfield is built with respect for the land and heritage it brings. Audubon International has certified Oldfield and awarded the Club and Community for its beauty and commitment to preserving the natural landscape. Oldfield is a true reflection of the style and spirit of this historic Lowcountry area. Interested in golf? Greg Norman has stepped up to the tee and created a course unparalleled in the Lowcountry. He took one look at the Oldfield property and decided not to change a thing. How could he improve on a land of marsh, moss-draped oaks, meandering river and pristine lakes? He could only create the course in harmony with those natural features. As a tribute to the environmental stewardship of the course, it has been given an honor shared by only 2% of the nation’s courses. As a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, the Oldfield golf course is recognized for “Environmental planning, wildlife and habitat management, chemical reduction and safety, water conservation and water quality management” and commended for “its efforts and dedication to preserving the wildlife habitat and protecting the surrounding natural resources”. It is evident that Greg Norman worked his magic here among the stunning marshes and century-old live oaks but I think you will quickly realize that Oldfield offers far more than just great golf. Whether it is at the Sports Club, Outfitters Center, Equestrian Center, Pro Shop, Magnolia Grill or River Club, we invite you to take a look around. More than anything, I think you will remember the smiling faces of our members and staff. After all, at the end of the day it is the people of the community that make it great.