EXPERIENCE KIAWAH ISLAND

PGA Championship & Ryder Cup venue. Five amazing courses. Stunning white beaches & historic Charleston.

EXPERIENCE KIAWAH ISLAND

PGA Championship & Ryder Cup venue. Five amazing courses. Stunning white beaches & historic Charleston.

KIAWAH ISLAND RESORT & CHARLESTON, SC

The Ocean Course headlines an island that features 5 golf courses, a 5 Star hotel & glorious white beaches

The 1991 & 2020 Ryder Cup. The 1997 & 2003 World Cup. The 2012 PGA Championship.

Kiawah Island, home of the famed Ocean Course, is one of the most stunning stretches of oceanfront property in the Southeast. At Kiawah Island Golf Resort, you’ll find world class golf, great amenities, clean white beaches and an array of dining options. Encompassing the famed Ocean Course, along with four other acclaimed courses, this resort is truly one of the finest in the nation.

A short drive north is historic and charming Charleston, SC, a laid back southern city with countless restaurants, historic sites, beaches, shopping and much, much more.

The Ocean Course headlines an island that features 5 golf courses, a 5 Star hotel & glorious white beaches

The 1991 & 2020 Ryder Cup. The 1997 & 2003 World Cup. The 2012 PGA Championship.

Kiawah Island, home of the famed Ocean Course, is one of the most stunning stretches of oceanfront property in the Southeast. At Kiawah Island Golf Resort, you’ll find world class golf, great amenities, clean white beaches and an array of dining options. Encompassing the famed Ocean Course, along with four other acclaimed courses, this resort is truly one of the finest in the nation.

DAY 1: ARRIVAL, MAYBE GOLF

Fly into Charleston International Airport and head 45 minutes south to Kiawah Island Golf Resort. If you're flying into Charleston in the morning, we can schedule a round of golf for you that afternoon. Oak Point GC is a very scenic and fun course to start with on your vacation.

If you skip golf on arrival day, it may be too early to check-in, so relax and spend some time in Charleston, one of the most historic and beautiful cities in the South. Take in the city with a horse-drawn carriage ride through the oldest districts, visit the USS Yorktown aircraft carrier or the Hunley submarine, go on a haunted jail tour, visit Fort Sumter, do some tasting at the Firefly Distillery, take a sail on the Schooner Pride or simply visit some of the candy and confection shops in the historic district.

Later in the afternoon, check-in and pick up your villa key. Go for a swim, practice your long game or chipping and putting, hit the beach or the spa. Around sunset have drinks outside at your villa or at one of the restaurants in the resort.

DAY 2: GOLF, WHAT ELSE?

Take on The Links at Spanish Bay and enjoy the amazing scenery and views of the Pacific Ocean. It's a great course to begin your three days of Pebble Beach golf. Relax after your round and later enjoy some amazing Hawaiian Fusion food at Roy's at Pebble Beach. Perfect start to a perfect vacation.

DAY 3: JUST ANOTHER TOP 100 COURSE

You're fine tuning your game for what lies ahead tomorrow. But don't let your mind wander, today you'll play Spyglass Hill Golf Club, ranked #84 in Top 100 Golf Courses in the World.  Your round opens with five holes that wind their way through the dunes as the Pacific Ocean breathes down your neck. Then you'll head into the Del Monte Forest as you test your game against one of the worlds greatest golf course architects, Robert Trent Jones, Sr.

Dinner, drinks and the game tonight at Sticks, a contemporary Sports Bar. Or head over to Peppoli at Pebble Beach for authentic Northern Italian cuisine.

DAY 4: YOUR BUCKET LIST DAY

Wake up and prepare yourself as you add another Bucket List golf course to your collection. Have a Monterey Omelet or Eggs Benedict from Sticks and head to the range to perfect your game day swing.

Pebble Beach Golf Links awaits you, and it doesn't disappoint. You and your caddie head down the first fairway after your drive splits the middle... you soak up the Pacific views as you play holes 4 thru 10, then turn and head towards the amazing finish. Standing on 17 tee you remember Tom Watson's chip-in to win the U.S. Open. You're now on to the 18th and one of the most dramatic tee shots in all of golf. Two good swings later and you're within range... your pitch shot hits the green and spins around the hole. You make your 8 footer for a final hole birdie and one of the most memorable rounds of golf you'll ever play. Well done!

3 Nights / 4 Rounds

4 DAYS | 3 NIGHTS | 4 ROUNDS

THE OCEAN COURSE, OAK POINT GC, TURTLE POINT GC & COUGAR POINT GC

JANUARY & FEBRUARY 2022: from $1,080.00 USD pp | MARCH - MAY 2022: from $1,350.00 USD pp | JUNE - AUGUST 2022: from $1,975.00 USD pp | SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER 2022: from $1,440.00 USD pp | NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 2022: from $1,080.00 USD pp

Located just 21 miles south of beautiful and historic Charleston, South Carolina, Kiawah Island Golf Resort offers an unmatched golf experience with a unique combination of championship golf courses, spectacularly natural setting, luxurious resort amenities and gracious hospitality.

Selected as the best golf resort in the U.S. in Golf World magazine's "Readers' Choice Awards" survey, the resort is committed to the game of golf and those who play it at every level. Kiawah Island's The Ocean Course has hosted the 1991 & 2020 Ryder Cups, the 1997 & 2003 World Cups and the 2012 & 2021 PGA Championships.

The resort offers five distinctive, world-class golf courses beginning with The Ocean Course designed by Pete Dye, and including 4 additional courses designed by Jack Nicklaus, Tom Fazio, Gary Player and Clyde Johnston. Using the island's setting of rolling sand dunes, expansive saltwater marshes and maritime forests, each course is a unique expression of its' architect.

In addition to the five championship golf courses and two tennis centers, Kiawah island Resort is known as one of the top eco-friendly resorts in the U.S. and has a world-renowned recreation and nature program With close to 600 villas and luxury homes and The Sanctuary, a Forbes Five Star/AAA Five Diamond hotel and spa, the resort can meet any level of guest expectations.

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

  • 4 rounds of golf: The Ocean Course and any 3 of the 4 other championship golf courses at Kiawah Island

  • 3 nights in East Beach Deluxe 3 bedroom Villas at Kiawah Island

  • Club storage and unlimited use of all practice facilities

  • Caddie fees included on The Ocean Course (gratuity not included)

  • Complimentary use of the Fitness Center, resort pools and other resort amenities

  • 24/7 Epic Golf Travel Golf Concierge services

  • All taxes and resort fees

4 Nights / 5 Rounds

5 DAYS | 4 NIGHTS | 5 ROUNDS

THE OCEAN COURSE, OAK POINT GC, TURTLE POINT GC, OSPREY POINT GC & COUGAR POINT GC

JANUARY & FEBRUARY 2022: from $1,290.00 USD pp | MARCH - MAY 2022: from $1,660.00 USD pp | JUNE - AUGUST 2022: from $2,180.00 USD pp | SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER 2022: from $1,570.00 USD pp | NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 2022: from $1,290.00 USD pp

Located just 21 miles south of beautiful and historic Charleston, South Carolina, Kiawah Island Golf Resort offers an unmatched golf experience with a unique combination of championship golf courses, spectacularly natural setting, luxurious resort amenities and gracious hospitality.

Selected as the best golf resort in the U.S. in Golf World magazine's "Readers' Choice Awards" survey, the resort is committed to the game of golf and those who play it at every level. Kiawah Island's The Ocean Course has hosted the 1991 & 2020 Ryder Cups, the 1997 & 2003 World Cups and the 2012 & 2021 PGA Championships.

The resort offers five distinctive, world-class golf courses beginning with The Ocean Course designed by Pete Dye, and including 4 additional courses designed by Jack Nicklaus, Tom Fazio, Gary Player and Clyde Johnston. Using the island's setting of rolling sand dunes, expansive saltwater marshes and maritime forests, each course is a unique expression of its' architect.

In addition to the five championship golf courses and two tennis centers, Kiawah island Resort is known as one of the top eco-friendly resorts in the U.S. and has a world-renowned recreation and nature program With close to 600 villas and luxury homes and The Sanctuary, a Forbes Five Star/AAA Five Diamond hotel and spa, the resort can meet any level of guest expectations.

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

  • 5 rounds of golf: The Ocean Course and all 4 of the other championship golf courses at Kiawah Island

  • 4 nights in East Beach Deluxe 3 bedroom Villas at Kiawah Island

  • Club storage and unlimited use of all practice facilities

  • Caddie fees included on The Ocean Course (gratuity not included)

  • Complimentary use of the Fitness Center, resort pools and other resort amenities

  • 24/7 Epic Golf Travel Golf Concierge services

  • All taxes and resort fees

Itinerary

DAY 1: ARRIVAL

Fly into San Jose International Airport and head south about an hour and 15 minutes to to Pebble Beach Resort. If you're flying into San Francisco in the morning, we can schedule a round at Pasatiempo Golf Club for you that day. This Alister Mackenzie Top 100 Golf Course lies directly between the airport and Pebble Beach Resort and is a must play.

If you skip golf on arrival day, it may be too early to check-in, so relax and take-in the complementary and scenic 17 Mile Drive. You'll drive past Poppy Hills Golf Club, Links at Spanish Bay and Spyglass Hill Golf Club. You'll also drive by Cypress Point Lookout, The Lodge at Pebble Beach and The Lone Cypress. You may stop anywhere along the way to get a closer look, take pictures or stretch your legs.

Later in the afternoon, check-in to The Inn at Spanish Bay. Go for a swim, practice, hit the beach or the spa. Around sunset have drinks outside at Spanish Bay and listen for the daily bagpiper coming up 18 fairway.

DAY 2: TIME FOR GOLF

Take on The Links at Spanish Bay and enjoy the amazing scenery and views of the Pacific Ocean. It's a great course to begin your three days of Pebble Beach golf. Relax after your round and later enjoy some amazing Hawaiian Fusion food at Roy's at Pebble Beach. Perfect start to a perfect vacation.

DAY 3: JUST ANOTHER TOP 100 COURSE

You're fine tuning your game for what lies ahead tomorrow. But don't let your mind wander, today you'll play Spyglass Hill Golf Club, ranked #84 in Top 100 Golf Courses in the World.  Your round opens with five holes that wind their way through the dunes as the Pacific Ocean breathes down your neck. Then you'll head into the Del Monte Forest as you test your game against one of the worlds greatest golf course architects, Robert Trent Jones, Sr.

Dinner, drinks and the game tonight at Sticks, a contemporary Sports Bar. Or head over to Peppoli at Pebble Beach for authentic Northern Italian cuisine.

DAY 4: YOUR BUCKET LIST DAY

Wake up and prepare yourself as you add another Bucket List golf course to your collection. Have a Monterey Omelet or Eggs Benedict from Sticks and head to the range to perfect your game day swing.

Pebble Beach Golf Links awaits you, and it doesn't disappoint. You and your caddie head down the first fairway after your drive splits the middle... you soak up the Pacific views as you play holes 4 thru 10, then turn and head towards the amazing finish. Standing on 17 tee you remember Tom Watson's chip-in to win the U.S. Open. You're now on to the 18th and one of the most dramatic tee shots in all of golf. Two good swings later and you're within range... your pitch shot hits the green and spins around the hole. You make your 8 footer for a final hole birdie and one of the most memorable rounds of golf you'll ever play. Well done!

FAQ

All golf courses at Pebble Beach Resort are open to the public. However, in order to make an advanced tee time you must stay at one of the resorts lodging options. If you're not staying on property, you may only make a tee time 24 hours in advance. We have access to the best available lodging and tee times at Pebble Beach through our long-standing partnership with the resort.

April through October are usually very busy. The winter months are less busy. The weather does not fluctuate a great deal, so if you want less crowded, choose March, November or even the "winter" months. Pebble Beach Resorts rates change only once throughout the course of the year, from December through March they are lowered by about 25%. This is the best time to travel if you want to play Pebble Beach at a reduced rate. 

The major San Francisco airports all have numerous scheduled flights from around the world. San Jose International Airport is the closest major airport to Pebble Beach, about 1 hour and 20 minutes. The furthest is San Francisco International, which is about 1 hour 45 minutes from the resort.

There is a local airport, Monterey Peninsula Airport, which is about 20 minutes from Pebble Beach. It does have connecting flights for several major airlines.

Pasatiempo Golf Club is a World Top 100 golf course and a must play if you have time. The course is directly between San Francisco and Monterey, so it's easy to play on your arrival or departure days. Poppy Hills Golf Club is a Robert Trent Jones design and was a part of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for 20 years. Pacific Grove Golf Club is a course with a storied history. Opened in 1932 and designed by Alister Mackenzie and the same two men that designed Pebble Beach, Pacific Grove is a wonderful hidden gem.

Yes, once at the resort, there are complementary shuttles that will take you to and from any of the resort lodging options and any of their 3 golf courses. You also receive the complementary daily use of a Lexus vehicle while staying at the resort.

Pebble Beach Resort has over a dozen restaurants and lounges, plus a gourmet deli and wine shop. And if you get tired of eating at the resort, Monterey, Carmel and Carmel-by-the-Sea have a variety of excellent restaurants.

The Pebble Beach area enjoys moderate temperatures year-round. Average highs range from 58ºF to 70ºF and average lows range from 45ºF to 53ºF. Mornings can be foggy, afternoons are usually warmer and fog-free. There is little rain from May to September, an average of just 2 days the entire stretch. December, January and February receive the most rain, about 8 days per month. Overall, you can play in the Monterey area 12 months out of the year and enjoy your golf.

Because Pebble Beach Golf Links offers one of the greatest walks on Earth, a caddie is always preferable. As course experts, Pebble Beach caddies can help you read greens and judge yardages, as well as share stories on the rich history of Pebble Beach. If you are considering a riding cart, please remember they must remain on the paths at all times.

2020 caddie fees for a single caddie are $145.00 USD. Caddie fees for a double caddie are $95.00 USD per player. Gratuities typically range from $$55 - $80 for a single caddie to $43 - $60 per bag for a double caddie. The base caddie fee is paid during check-in prior to your round.

17-Mile Drive is open year-round from sunrise to sunset. That may vary dependent upon special events such as the AT&T Pro-Am. Entry is complementary to those staying overnight at the resort.

Yes you can. However, Pebble Beach Resorts uses FedEx exclusively for this service. You cannot send them with other club shipping services, such as Ship Sticks or Luggage Forward.

The resort has an equestrian center. As an overnight guest, you have access to their private beach and tennis clubs, along with the resort's swimming pools. You may also ride a bike, go hiking or kayaking and spend some time at one of six spectacular beaches along 17-Mile Drive.

Nearby, you have Big Sur and the Bixby Bridge, the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Old Fishermans Wharf, Cannery Row, the quaint towns of Carmel and Carmel-Bye-the-Sea, the Land Rover Driving Experience, numerous local wineries and many, many other things to see or do.

Not quite what you're looking for? Let us tailor your personal Pebble Beach golf vacation to perfectly match your style, pace and budget!

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THE AREA

KIAWAH ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA

Nature lovers unite on this barrier island on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean just 20 miles south of Charleston. Brimming with lush foliage and forests of oaks, Kiawah Island has ten miles of wide sandy beaches, 123 acres of parks, 30 miles of hiking and biking trails, and world-class golf courses.

To get a true sense of the beauty of Kiawah Island venture to Marsh Island Park where you’ll be rewarded with stunning scenic views atop the Marsh Island Lookout Tower of the Kiawah River, saltwater marshes, and island hammocks. For animal lovers, don’t miss the Heron Park Nature Center where you can participate in nature tours and programs, birding walks, butterfly walks, and alligator walks. Bird admirers love the Great Egret Rookery, a spot where you can typically see several dozen of the magnificent white birds in trees over a lagoon.

For an exceptional picnic area head to Beachwalker Park, which has a wide boardwalk that winds through palmettos, oaks, and pines.

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