Does the name Olde English District bring to mind golf? Probably not! Yet, this South Carolina region is a wonderfully surprising and affordable golf destination. Most of the golf in the area is situated along the stretch of Interstate 77 from Rock Hill to Columbia, SC. With 18 golf courses in this region alone it is a great place to settle in for two days, three days or even a week. Even though it is a bit of a drive you will want to make sure that you play the Cheraw State Park Course just north of Florence as it is just one of 40 in the country to earn Golf Digests honor of “Super Value!.” It is worth the drive and we know that you will be most impressed with your Olde English experience.
Rock Hill/York County is located about 30 minutes south of the Charlotte Douglas International Airport and is considered the “Golf Capital” of the Olde English District. There are plenty of options and styles of accommodations and restaurants to choose from as well! Our courses designed by the likes of Pete Dye, Donald Ross, Ellis Maples and Hale Irwin to name a few are easy to get to, with most located just minutes from I-77. Our name evokes a time of yesteryear, a place of southern significance that dates back to the 1700s 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. So drop in, drop your bags and head out to our 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!