Does the name ‘Olde English District’ bring to mind golf? Probably not. Yet, this South Carolina region is a wonderfully surprising golf destination. Most of the area is situated along the heavily traveled Interstate 77 which stretches from Cleveland, OH to Columbia, SC. This makes it a great place to ‘settle in’ and play for a day, or two, or three.
Our name evokes a time of yesteryear, a place of southern significance that dates back to the 1700’s and the Revolutionary War. Along with that historical importance, we are also pleased to be able to offer golf as one of our most marketable attractions.
It is clear that we believe that there are no limitations on where you can find affordable golf in South Carolina. Try any of our 18 great course options, including one of the best in the countryBat Cheraw State Park. We know you will be impressed!  And then there is the Rock Hill/York County area. Located about 30 minutes south of Charlotte International Airport, with 18 courses, it is the Olde English District’s Golf Capitol.
Except for Cheraw and Camden, all of our courses are short trips off of the interstate. One of 40 courses in the country to be designated by Golf Digest as a ‘Super value,’ Cheraw State Park Golf Course is located about an hour north of Florence and is well worth the drive. The best kept secret in South Carolina won’t be that way once you have played it.
So drop in, drop your bags, and head out to the courses. With our great and varied selection, you are sure to find several that suit your play. Winter, spring, summer or fall the Olde English District has it all for you!


Strauss Moore Shiple TMP Projects manager/ Group Tour Representative Olde English District Tourism Commission


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