Plantation Course at Edisto
The Plantation Course at Edisto is a course unknown by many. With Kiawah and Seabrook to the north and of course Hilton Head to the south, The Plantation Course at Edisto prides itself on remaining unique by resisting change to this small community. Unlike its neighbors, Edisto Beach is absent of noise, traffic lights, congestion, and commercialism. That is what appeals to residents and visitors alike though the golf is as action packed as anyone could ask for.
The Plantation Course at Edisto is the sole golf course on the island and enjoys an interesting history dating back to its origin in 1973. Originally known as Oristo and later as The Edisto Beach Golf Club, the course takes pride in its new name… ‘The Plantation Course at Edisto’. After completing a total renovation of the course in 2006 and planned improvements involving a new Pro Shop, we can insure that your golfing experience will be enjoyable and memorable.
Nestled in giant live oaks, magnolias and towering palms, any golf enthusiasts will find a very challenging, but player friendly layout. Measuring 6200 yards, distance is not as important as accuracy and one must not disregard the many water hazards. Regardless of your skill level, you are certain to enjoy the beauty of the course and surrounding areas. You will almost always see pelicans, ospreys, herons, and egrets along the course. And keep your eyes open for alligators basking in the sun along the edges of the lagoons.
The Plantation Course at Edisto Beach, SC. Edisto Island Golfing – “Please dont feed the alligators”
Edisto Beach climate is very favorable for golf on a year round basis at The Plantation Course at Edisto. March, April, and May will be simply beautiful for golf with temperatures in the 60’s and moving toward the mid 70’s as spring arrives. The summer months are warm and sometimes humid but the ocean breezes are delightful even in July and August when temperatures in the 90’s are common. Fall is the best of all with beautiful warm days and cooling temperatures in the evening. It is common to play golf at Edisto through Thanksgiving in shorts and golf shirts. Expect cool and sometimes breezy weather in January and February with average temperatures in the mid 50’s to low 60’s.
The Plantation Course at Edisto etiquette and nice golf attire contribute to everyone’s golfing enjoyment. To play the course, plan your golfing attire without denim, cut offs, tee shirts, tank tops, sweat suits or swim suits.
A Serene Lagoon at The Plantation Golf Course at Edisto Island, SC.