Harbor at Wild Dunes Golf Links
Wild Dunes Harbor Course, designed by Tom Fazio, is said to be cut from some of the prettiest real estate in South Carolina. Water makes up a great deal of the Harbor Course layout. After all, half the course runs along the world’s longest water hazard, The Intracoastal Waterway. Fazio claims the Harbor Course to be one of his favorites. "Working on the Harbor Course was very satisfying to me as a designer because we had to create everything. It was a very challenging, and ultimately, a very satisfying project."
|Black M: 70.7/128||535||437||154||460||183||382||162||566||564||3443||321||143||365||158||492||362||177||464||434||2916||6359|
|White M: 68.2/122||495||421||144||426||167||341||137||545||455||3131||310||130||355||142||474||348||168||416||426||2769||5900|
|White / gold M: 66.8/117||481||342||134||382||169||281||150||471||428||2838||221||124||326||143||419||318||145||367||318||2381||5219|
|Gold M: 64.9/115 W: 71.3/128||470||342||132||350||156||290||140||435||415||2730||251||109||334||118||413||328||132||370||335||2390||5120|
|Red W: 68.9/122||413||338||105||344||141||278||115||433||356||2523||220||93||331||115||375||276||118||317||321||2166||4689|
Food & BeverageBar, Grill, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities, Spa
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Available SportsFitness, Tennis
Photo submitted by SDE1963 on 06/17/2019
Photo submitted by u992450019 on 05/11/2019
Photo submitted by u992450019 on 05/11/2019
The par-3 11th, one of the tiny greens at the Harbor Course. Photo submitted by u000004275255 on 04/30/2019
Wild Dunes, Harbor Course, 1st green Photo submitted by KielChristianson on 02/09/2019
Wild Dunes, Harbor Course, 11th green Photo submitted by KielChristianson on 02/09/2019
Wild Dunes, Harbor Course, 18th green Photo submitted by KielChristianson on 02/09/2019
Wild Dunes, Harbor Course, snappish forecaddie Photo submitted by KielChristianson on 02/09/2019
Solid course at Wild Dunes ocean Course. Some Greens and bunkers were like cement, but most were good. I look forward to my next visit!
Nice scenery and course!
Love the harbor side course at Wild Dunes in SC. The course was in excellent condition and the weather (slight overcast) couldn't have been any better. The greens need just a bit of love.. they are stamp size (I mean, like 5 x 10 yds at times) and they could be re-surfaced / seeded. But still - excellent course and very good value! Bring your "A" game; there is more water around the course than you can shake a stick at! :)
Do not be fooled by the short layout on the scorecard. This course plays long and is very challenging off the tee. I absolutely love the Wild Dunes course, and consider them the best public courses in Charleston. However, make sure you pack a few extra sleeve's.
No food or drinks
They did not tell us no food or drinks would be available prior to the round. They had some bottles of water out but did not offer anything else on the course. No water while out on the course. If we had known we would have brought our own.
Beautiful layout and scenery! Bunkers are in poor shape and greens are shaggy and bumpy. I am sure this is due to reduced staff because of The Virus.
Best Value in Charleston
There is no other course that offers the value this course does. We play various courses frequently, and have yet to find a better option.
Friendly staff and a beutiful scenery
A warm welcome at the beginning and the whole course presented hinself in a good shape after weeks of bad weather. We had a sunny day with only a light wind. Some holes must be played tactically, otherwise your ball might be in the water.
Wont be the last time, we teed off here.
Greens are horrible and definitely not worth the money
There are MUCH Better courses to play in this area for much less money. Greens are almost lost. Tee boxes are not much better. Was also cart path only making it a horrible day of golf on the harbor course. I hear the other course is in better shape
This was a joke
So long story short my yearly beach trip to Isle of Palms was ruined when the tee times for the last two weeks still being available and the date today (6-28-20) to find out that they wre still advertising hot deals sending out deals to find out they were not open for COVID 19. It’s a complete joke. It’s so unprofessional I don’t even know if I am on the right island. The standards for first time players has to be better and I’m extremely disappointed in the so called amazing courses unprofessionalism to let genders know of corse cancelations. I’m
Great track, nice conditions, and some beautiful views as well as wildlife.
Looking forward to returning.