Cheraw State Park Golf Course:

Naturally Challenging, Terrific Value.

When most think of golf in South Carolina the mind wanders to the luxurious resorts and tour stops. For those looking for a unique golf experience great for golfers of all skill levels, a trip to one of the two State Parks featuring creative designs by noted designer Tom Jackson. Hickory Knob, near Augusta, and Cheraw, on the way to Myrtle Beach for most travellers, gives you an idyllic setting amongst the pines with terrific value as well. Cheraw rolls and weaves through the pines with a great blend of length, shot shaping and challenge. Combine this round with a stay at one of the on-site cabins for a memorable unique golf experience.

Course Stats:

Par 72, 5408 - 6928 yards, rated 69.5 - 73.4, slope rating 108 -130

Public access


Cheraw, South Carolina


Editor's Shot Makers Picks:

Hole 13   Hole 14   Hole 18  
Par 4 HCP 1 Par 3 HCP 16 Par 5 HCP 11
Red 386 Red 100 Red 431
Gold 386 Gold 100 Gold 431
White 439 White 122 White 461
Blue 492 Blue 164 Blue 513


Feature Holes Descriptions:

There are only 3 holes where water is in the line of play at Cheraw. All three are solid holes demanding a true swing and a little courage. Hole 13 is a 90 degree dogleg left that forces you to cut off as much as you can to shorten the approach over a large pond to a large and well protected green. The bold players can try to go over the trees, but with little room for error, this is a huge risk / reward hole. Par 3 Number 14 is a short drive over the bridge and presents a tricky green guarded by a grass bunker front right and sand, trees and water on the left. The final hole, a lengthy Par 5, requires a daring tee shot over water to the uphill, dogleg left fairway, followed by two more solid strikes to get to the large sloped green.



Cheraw State Park Golf Club,

100 State Park RD,

Cheraw, SC 29520