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FAIRWAYS of York County

FORT MILL • ROCK HILL • TEGA CAY • YORK


Golfing in York County Playing the rounds in York County, South Carolina can take you on a historical journey down the Donald Ross-designed fairways of Fort Mill Country Club, or a scenic ride through the rolling hills of Tega Cay Country Club’s newly-rebuilt section called Carolina Pines.

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Located between Charlotte, NC and Columbia, SC along I-77, York County’s mild climate creates the perfect setting for year-round golf. Amid the picturesque towns of Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Tega Cay and York that dot the landscape, you’re certain to find a course that is affordable, accessible and authentically engaging. Whether you prefer modern courses or traditionally-designed layouts, we have it all. Play one or two courses during your stay and return to play another two or three. You will be pleasantly surprised to find some of the best golfing in the region. You’re Welcome!


CAROLINA CROSSING GOLF CLUB

140 Carolina Crossing Drive York, SC 29745 (803) 684-5878 carolinacrossinggc.com

Carolina Crossing Golf Club is a traditional, seasoned golf club located in York, SC. Measuring 6,300 yards from the back tees, Carolina Crossing plays to par 72 through mature, tree-lined fairways on some of South Carolina’s most beautiful woodlands. Southern hospitality is a way of life at Carolina Crossing. You can expect a great round of golf and a staff that is pleased you are here. Carolina Crossing provides play that can be enjoyed by both occasional players and those whose experience level dictates a greater challenge. Semi Private Required Attire Collared shirts. Pro Shop Available Food & Drink Visit our Grill for a delicious meal and adult beverage.


FORT MILL GOLF CLUB

101 Country Club Drive Fort Mill, SC 29715 (803) 547-2044 playfortmill.com

An 18 hole championship golf course that rolls through tree-lined fairways, the club was founded in 1948 with the front nine designed by the legendary Donald Ross. George Cobb designed the back nine which opened in 1959. In 2008, the entire facility was renovated by rebuilding the greens and making the conversion from bent grass to the heat tolerant MiniVerde bermuda grass. All tees and bunkers were reconstructed and the clubhouse received an impressive facelift. The renovation was supervised by Hilton Head architect, Clyde Johnston. Semi Private Required Attire Collared shirts, bermuda-length shorts, slacks, mock-neck style shirts. No denim, tee shirts, athletic shorts, tennis shorts, tank tops, halter tops or cut-offs. Pro Shop Available Stocked with wearing apparel, golf balls and other miscellaneous items. Food & Drink A Snack Bar and practice areas are also available.


PINETUCK GOLF CLUB

2578 Tuckaway Road Rock Hill, SC 29730 (803) 327-1141 pinetuckgolf.com

Open year round, Pinetuck is often noted in Charlotte golfing circles for having some of the best putting surfaces in the area. With only a few houses on the remote course, don’t be surprised if you see a few deer or wild turkey. This 6,567 yards, par 71 course was designed by George Dunlap and built in 1969. You won't find any parallel holes on this 150-acre course, which is framed by trees and occupied by several species of wild game. The signature hole is #17, a 178-yard, par 3, requiring a tee shot over a lake that guards the front of the two-tiered green. Semi Private Required Attire Collared shirts. Pro Shop Available Food & Drink Pinetuck offers a full bar and a snack bar for golfers.


REGENT PARK GOLF CLUB

5055 Regent Parkway Fort Mill, SC 29715 (803) 547-1300 regentparkgolfclub.com

One of the “Must Play” courses in the Charlotte area, this championship Ron Garl design offers beauty, challenge, impeccable conditioning, and one of the best course layouts in the area. The course wanders thru 250+ acres of gently rolling terrain with mature vegetation, creeks and wetland areas. Regent Park’s 26-acre practice facility is the largest and most comprehensive in the region, and is complemented by its PGA staffed Golf Academy. Semi Private Required Attire Collared shirts. Pro Shop Available The 2,000 s.f. Pro Shop offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere with the latest golf fashions, accessories and equipment. They carry the exceptional brands golfers have come to expect such as Adidas, Ashworth, Footjoy, Nike, Srixon and Antigua, among others. Food & Drink A full-service Grillroom & Bar with indoor and patio dining.


SPRINGFIELD GOLF CLUB

639 Hambly House Fort Mill, SC 29715 (866) 304-GOLF (4653) playspringfield.com

Springfield offers a picturesque tract of holes to challenge all levels. The design harkens back to traditional schemes of the 1920s, the Golden Age of Architecture in golf. Springfield has made a name for itself among Charlotte courses since opening in 2001. Improvements in 2010 included an upgrade of the greens to ultradwarf MiniVerde. The 6,906 yard, par 72, Clyde Johnston designed layout is located on a wooded, hilly site. Four holes flank Sugar Creek, affording players spectacular views which include 13 holes that play across and along perennial streams that feed into the Catawba River. Semi Private Required Attire Collared shirts, bermuda-length shorts, slacks, mock-neck style shirts. No denim, tee shirts, athletic shorts, tennis shorts, tank tops, halter tops or cut-offs. Pro Shop Available Pro Shop is stocked with wearing apparel, golf balls and other miscellaneous items. Food & Drink A Snack Bar and practice areas are also available.


SPRING LAKE COUNTRY CLUB

1375 Springlake Road York, SC 29745 (803) 684-4898 gospringlakecc.com

Built and designed in 1960 by Bob Renault, the course is primarily flat, but there is an occasional hill that can cause uneven lies. The Bermuda grass greens are large, and the rye fairways are narrow. The signature hole is #9, a 351-yard, par 4, requiring an approach shot over water to the green. There are other water hazards and numerous sand bunkers incorporated into the course design. Semi Private Required Attire Collared shirts. Pro Shop Available Food & Drink Snack Bar is available Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.


TEGA CAY GOLF CLUB

1 Molokai Drive Tega Cay, SC 29708 (803) 548-3500 tegacaygolfclub.com

Built in 1971, the 6,352 yards, par 72 course, was designed by William B. Lewis and Clifton, Ezell & Clifton. Situated on Lake Wylie, Tega Cay Golf is the only 27 hole golf course in the region. With extreme topographical changes, it is the ultimate “target golf-mental game” challenge. It is no coincidence that the last hole of the Grande View Nine was recently voted “Favorite 18th Golf Hole in the Charlotte Area” by WFNZ listeners. A full driving range, chipping area, putting green, and practice traps are also open to the public, along with a new croquet course on site. Public Required Attire Normal golf attire. No denim. Pro Shop Available Pro Shop is is stocked with brand apparel, golf balls and other golf related items. Food & Drink Drop & Drink Bar and Grille and Kan-tiki Deck open 7 days a week. Casual Water at Tega Cay open for dinner and includes a sushi bar.


WATERFORD GOLF COURSE

1900 Clubhouse Road Rock Hill, SC 29730 (803) 324-0300 thelinksatwaterford.com

This spectacular course was designed by three-time U.S. Open Champion, Hale Irwin. Located along the Catawba River and nestled among dense hardwoods and rolling terrain, Waterford is an escape to nature. Since opening in 1997, this classic design has received rave reviews from local and national media as well as golfers all over the Southeast. A true shot-maker’s course, the large undulating MiniVerdi Bermuda greens can challenge even the best of putters. Waterford also features a driving range. Public Required Attire Collared shirts. Pro Shop Available Fully stocked-golf balls, gloves, shirts, hats, shoes, rental clubs, etc. Food & Drink Restaurant available. The Pin High Café has been awarded “Best Hotdog in York County” by the Rock Hill Herald newspaper.


FAIRWAY INFORMATION For information regarding Fairways in York County please contact the following organizations: York County Visitors Center 452 S Anderson Road Rock Hill, SC (803) 329-5200 (888) 702-1320 visityorkcounty.com – or – Golf Packages of SC Rick Saucier (888) 501-0954 rick@golfpackagesofsc.com

Call (888) 702-1320 for area information or visit a SC Welcome Center for traveler assistance. Funded by York County Hospitality Tax

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