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Shift To A Stress-Free Way Of Living In A South Carolina Golf Club Community
by: Robert Bencivenga

With South Carolina’s weather conditions, living in a golf community is definitely worth it because it’s possible to play nearly year round.

The number one course in Zagat’s America’s Top Golf Courses of 2007-2008 is the Ocean Course in Kiawah Island, just 20 minutes from Charleston. Besides four thousand five hundred houses on ten thousand acres, there are 5 golf courses of world-class standards. The Ocean Club will host the 2012 PGA championships. Owning real estate here provides you access to 28 tennis courts both inside and outside, several clubhouses for formal or relaxed dining, indoor and outdoor pools, fitness centers, a twenty one acre park, 10 miles of beach and running and cycle trails for 30 miles, and a chance to catch crabs, fish and shrimp. And a few of the home sites have deepwater docks. There is a shopping village that has a supermarket, eating establishments and all the beauty and nature to create one of the best places for retired people or relocation.

About 30 minutes north of Columbia, South Carolina is Cobblestone Park. The community’s 36-hole golf course was planned by Lee Jansen and is private. The 750 acre community is enclosed with mobile security and neighboring areas that don’t require maintenance. Apart from the beautiful homes starting around $500K is a clubhouse, service workers, a resort style pool, 2 cafeterias and a gym. You could have fun on the basketball court and sports field or the six court tennis facility complete with a stadium style court.

Aiken, South Carolina is normally known for its equestrian heritage, and if you live at Mount Vintage you’ll have numerous opportunities to ride. But, its Tom Jackson’s twenty seven hole golf course and practice facility on a five thousand acre plot you really must see. The clubhouse is a refurbished heritage plantation house having a grill, cafeteria and a watering hole. There are cycling, horseback riding and walking trails and sidewalks, a spa, 6 Har-Tru tennis courts, a pool and a gym. Mount Vintage promotes a community feeling with pot-luck dinners, clubs, a town center with a general store, lending library and a salon.

Down the coast is Sea Pines, which has a reciprocal arrangement with Kiawah Island. Situated on Hilton Head Island, Jack Nicklaus, Pete Dye, George Cobb, and Arnold Palmer designed the 4 eighteen-hole courses. Zagat’s list of America’s Top Golf Courses had The Harbour Town course as the fourth best in South Carolina. There are 23 tennis courts, a 605 acre nature preserve with bike and riding trails; cards, crafts, book clubs and antiques. There are also two marinas with storage, fishing, crabbing, resort style conveniences with cafeterias, swimming pools, a gym, a community garden, horses, a Beach Club, commercial and retail space, and eco-tours on kayaks.

The more serene DeBordieu Colony is an enclosed golf club community located beyond Georgetown and Pawley’s Island approximately 45 miles from Charleston, and 40 miles from Myrtle Beach. Comprising two thousand seven hundred acres, there are one thousand two hundred and fifty house sites, with 700 acres as a nature preserve. The reserved golf course is a Pete Dye designed 18 hole classic. The Georgian-designed clubhouse is huge, with 2 kinds of dining choices and a bar, a swimming pool, tennis courts a ten acre beach club, 24/7 mobile security patrols, a boat landing and docks for fishing.

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About The Author
For 5 years, Robert Bencivenga has been researching the growth of towns in North and South Carolina, for the relocation of his family. He has studied hundreds of towns to find those areas which are affordable, have high quality lifestyles, and the potential for future growth. He wants to share what he has found with you to help you find your Dream Place in the Carolinas. Incidentally, Robert does not sell any real estate.

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