Kershaw Country Club

301 Country Club DR

Kershaw, SC 29067

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Phone: (803) 475-2104

City: Kershaw

Region: Midlands

Kershaw Country Club

This 18-hole course is built on hilly terrain. The fairways are tree lined, with large and sloping greens. Water comes into play on two of the holes.

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