Golf. As it was meant to be.
“Berkeley Hall represents pure golf at its finest, a celebration of everything that is great about the game. Every round feels like a walk in the park.” – Tom Fazio
The golf experience at Berkeley Hall is a seamless blend of natural wonder and architectural craftsmanship. Tom Fazio designed two courses, known simply as the North Course and the South Course. While each has its own distinct personality, both are superbly routed with a seamless blend of balance, variety and flow. With no interior homes or roads, these two “core golf” courses are inspired by the classic designs of the 1920s, such as Riviera Country Club, Winged Foot and Seminole. With routing that meanders through an open coastal landscape framed by seaside grasses, each course also delivers dramatic elevation changes, beautiful water features, and bold strategic bunkering that showcase the architect’s artistry.
“The North Course at Berkeley Hall is one of the finest and most dramatic courses I have designed.” – Tom Fazio
The North Course is a scenic marvel with tranquil lakes, rolling fairways and bunkers that strategically frame heavily contoured greens. Its elevation changes, open vistas and liberal use of native grasses give the North Course a unique beauty unrivaled by any course in the Lowcountry.
It’s Easy to Find a Game Here
The only thing that rivals the remarkable golf courses at Berkeley Hall are the remarkable golfers. Our members are all passionate players who enjoy the relaxed camaraderie of fellow members and guests. From club tournaments to casual foursomes, year-round golf experiences are always available. The club proudly offers a collection of Men’s, Women’s and Couples’ groups for golfers of all skill levels.
“What defines a quality golf product? My answer is Berkeley Hall. It’s one of the great private residential communities on the East Coast that offers a total golf experience. Carefully preserving century old trees, we transformed what had been an old pine grove into two distinctly different courses that each have merit.” – Tom Fazio