Golfing in Aiken County
We offer both private and public golf courses throughout Aiken County. Beautifully landscaped, some are available year round while others have special rates during the famed Master’s Tournament in neighboring Augusta, GA.
Located between Augusta, Georgia (home of the Master’s Golf Tournament) and Aiken, SC., Midland Valley County Club features towering pines, significant terrain changes throughout the course, and large, undulating bermuda grass greens with plenty of up, down and side hill lies. Designed by Ellis Maples and built in 1961, the course is open year-round.
Sage Valley Club is a private golf club surrounded by several thousand acres of picturesque topography and mature landscaping. Sage Valley is an ideal site for golf and captures the charm and grace of the “Old South.” The public may purchase tickets for the Sage Valley Junior Invitational golf tournament in April.
The River Golf Club course combines a fantastic layout with a spectacular setting to create a golfers’ paradise. Designed by internationally acclaimed golf course architect Jim Fazio, our Augusta golf club offers a unique setting which includes new Mini-Verde ultradwarf bermuda greens, numerous lakes, wetlands and dramatic bunkers.
The Aiken Golf Club is located in the center of Aiken, South Carolina. Moderate winter temperatures allow year-round play in what has become the hub of golf in the Southeastern United States.
The Aiken Golf Club is steeped in golf history. Originally built in 1912, with a portion of its design attributed to John Inglis, it is one of the oldest courses in the nation. Professional golfers Babe Didrikson Zaharis and Patty Berg among others, played here. Fred Astaire and other celebrities came to Aiken during the cold winter months to test their skills. May Dunn was instrumental in making it the first course in America to feature tees especially for women.
Completely renovated and reopened to considerable fanfare during 1999, the course has never looked or played better. We invite you to come see for yourself. It will test your skill while reminding you of golf venues of old. Come be a part of golf history.
Gently rolling sand hills and pine forests provided the perfect canvas for renowned golf course architect Arthur Hills. Cedar Creek Golf Club has a “distinctively wooded feel” as it wanders throughout the topography of the region. The semi-private 18-hole championship course has 5 tee boxes per hole. The course length varies from a challenging 7,206 yards for the serious player, to 5,182 yards for casual play. The Bermuda 419 fairways and Bermuda TifDwarf greens are consistently maintained in excellent condition, and the course is over-seeded for optimal winter and early spring play.
Lessons are taught on the practice facility, widely acknowledged as one of the best in the area. The Player’s Golf School is under construction beginning Summer 2014. State of the art equipment to be used outdoors and indoors for year-round convenience.
The Pro Shop offers the latest clubs and balls, clothing, and golf accessories. Club 2475 Grille is waiting to serve you a quick bite at the turn, your favorite beverage, and a complete meal following your round. A private dining room is available for meetings, showers, parties and small outings.
Houndslake Country Club centers around an 18-hole Championship golf course designed in 1974 by Joe Lee, who planned the likes of Doral, La Costa and Disney World.
The two nines provide pleasure to the average golfer and a memorable challenge to the champion. Each nine measures a little over 3,300 yards and they each play to a par of 36. Houndslake Country Club was designed to offer versatility for both the weekend golfer and the professional. The Dogwood nine has played host to the 1977 and 1981 South Carolina Golf Association Amateur Championship, the 1982 and 1984 South Carolina Golf Association Four Ball Championship, the 2001 and 2002 South Carolina PGA Pro Junior, several United States Amateur Qualifiers, The Women’s Transnational Amateur, Joe Wyatt High School Junior Invitational, and is the home of the Women’s Eastern Golf Association Senior Championship.
Junior Invitational at Sage Valley Golf Club
Last weekend in April
As the most prestigious junior golf championship in the world, the Junior Invitational at Sage Valley Golf Club is an invitation-only annual event for the top 54 players from around the globe.
Aiken Family Golf Range
1685 Columbia Hwy. N., Aiken.
Driving range, lessons available.
Langley Pond Disc Golf Park
US Hwy. 1 at Langley Dam Rd
1700 Whiskey Rd.
18 hole course open to public.
Perry Memorial Park
720 Abbeville Ave. NE, Aiken
9 hole course – open to public.
340 Boyd Pond Rd.
100 Riverview Park
18 hole course open to the public. Map and scorecard available inside building.