Daniel Island club is a private “country club like” offering to the owners of Daniel Island real estate locals. The Daniel Island Club boasts an unrivaled private club experience with gracious clubhouse that is a favored venue for life events (like weddings), social gatherings and more. There are two nationally-ranked private golf courses consisting of Tom Fazio and Rees Jones championship courses, both culminating on the marsh-lined back lawn of the clubhouse. The Park Club is where the swim, tennis and fitness facilities reside in a serene resort-style setting. One of Charleston’s best golf course areas, Daniel Island’s two courses although private are worth looking into. If the private club lifestyle is your cup of tea then Daniel Island Park where the club and courses are located is definitely for you. Charleston has many golf neighborhoods, so there is no shortage however these two courses are as good as you’re going to find that are not in a gated resort.
Ralston Creek Golf CourseBeresford Creek Golf Course
Rees Jones designed, Ralston Creek, Daniel Island’s second 18-hole stunner is a par 72 course playing 7,446 yards from the championship tees. Opened in 2006, the course was praised among the nation’s top new private courses by Golf week and Golf Digest magazines. Course Layout “The layout has all the elements of a stern test of golf,” says Jones, “including strategically placed, sculpted fairway bunkers, diversely contoured greens, greenside bunkers placed to protect the championship pin positions, and enough length for the long hitters. Ralston Creek is a course will not only test your game, but also stand the test of time for locals of Daniel Island as well as members and their families.”
Possessing 7,293 yards from the championship tees, this Tom Fazio-masterpiece called Beresford Creek course is a par 72 course that wind through the pristine marsh, creeks and waterways, while enjoying the incredible views. In traditional Fazio style, holes have been shaped and contoured to create challenge and drama for players at every level, and just like it’s sister course was also named among the nation’s top real estate courses by Golf Week magazine in 2000, the year it opened. “The Beresford Creek course has its own distinctive character and feel,” commented Tom Fazio. “This is partly because of the width and placement of the holes, the massive trees, the open marshes along the fairways – and the position of the holes along expansive corridors of land.” Course Layout