Hodges South Carolina Golf Courses

Cokesbury Hills Golf Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Cokesbury Hills Golf Club -- Excellent for Beginners
Review by: Tyler This course may not be the best conditioned compared to Hunter's Creek or Stoney Point in Greenwood, but this is definitely the place for a beginner to learn the game. The fairways are very wide, which will be very good for learning to drive the ball. The greens are in excellent shape. Overall, this is a very nice course and is wide enough for any beginner to enjoy a game of golf. This course is a very forgiving course, and it is where I have chosen to get better at golf as a member.
From Greenwood, SC

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Palmetto Golf Club -- historic lay out
Review by: Wesley This golf course dates to 1892. It is very old style and natural. Beautiful Par 3 s Some short par fours... some long par fours 3 par fives... two are reachable The entire club is old and understated and located off a small road in beautiful Aiken, S.C. The Club house was designed by Stanford White who did the clubhouse at Shinnecock Hills Visited by Ben Crenshaw regularly during Masters Golf Tournament. The club hosts The Palmetto Amateur in August of each year which is a prestigous regional event. Definitely a must play if you can get on.
From Augusta, Ga