Destination Guide

Destination: Aiken/Augusta

Nestled along the banks of the Savannah River, the Aiken/Augusta area offers simply some of the best golf in the region. The area is steeped in history and charm of the classic South.

With dozens of shops, restaurants, cultural attractions and entertainment offerings in each city, there's plenty to do after your round of golf. You don't want to miss the Augusta Riverwalk, which gives you access to the Savannah River with a full schedule of activities throughout the year. And whether it's polo or horse racing, Aiken offers something for the horse lover, including the Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame and Museum.

And you can't overlook that the area is home to arguably the most recognized golf tournament in the world, the Masters.

Whether it's spring or fall, it doesn't get much better than golf in the Aiken/Augusta area.

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Pine Ridge Country Club
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Edgefield $12
Hickory Knob State Park Golf Course
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McCormick $12
Midland Valley Golf Club
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Aiken $12
River Golf Club
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North Augusta $37
Chester Course at Mount Vintage Plantation Golf Club North Augusta $37 - $64
Vintage Course at Mount Vintage Plantation Golf Club North Augusta $37 - $64
Independent Course at Mount Vintage Plantation Golf Club North Augusta $37 - $64
Reserve Course at The Reserve Club At Woodside Plantation Aiken $75
Woodside Plantation Country Club - Wisteria Course Aiken $59 - $80
Aiken Golf Club Aiken $20 - $22
Sweetwater Country Club Barnwell $17
Dogwood/Laurel at Houndslake Country Club Aiken N/A
Hollow Creek Course at The Reserve Club At Woodside Plantation Aiken $75
Williston Country Club Williston $10 - $11
Palmetto Golf Club Aiken $195
Hunters Run Par-3 Course at Woodside Plantation Country Club Aiken $10
Tara Golf Club at Savannah Lakes McCormick $61
Plantation Course at Woodside Plantation Country Club Aiken $59 - $80
Sage Valley Golf Club Graniteville N/A
Northside Golf Club Aiken $7 - $10
Indian Trail Golf Course Batesburg-Leesville $11
New Ellenton Golf Course New Ellenton $14
North Augusta Country Club North Augusta $35
Azalea/Dogwood at Houndslake Country Club Aiken N/A
Laurel/Azalea at Houndslake Country Club Aiken N/A
Golf Club At Cedar Creek Aiken $38 - $49
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