The 9-hole course at the Dogwood Hills Golf Club is open to the public 7 days a week from 8:00 am to dusk. It features 3,128 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. The course rating from the back tee is 35.4, and the slope rating is 132. Originally laid out by Peter Jackson in 1933, the entire course was redesigned in the spring of 1980 by Russell Breeden. The course rolls through a classic Lowcountry swamp with hardwood forest bordering many fairways. The course poses a formidable challenge in club selection and accuracy. The 5 sets of tees allow both advanced and less experienced golfers to enjoy the course.
Dress Code: Proper golf attire. No cut-offs, denim, or gym shorts. Collared shirts preferred. Soft spikes only.
Tee times recommended, but not required.