Open in 2002, the RiverTowne Country Club is an eighteen hole Arnold Palmer signature course. The course plays through scenic ... More
Rivertowne Country Club
Open in 2002, the RiverTowne Country Club is an eighteen hole Arnold Palmer signature course. The course plays through scenic marshlands and majestic live oaks. As evidenced by the club's name, water is abundant at RiverTowne and 13 holes play along the Wando River and Horlbeck Creek. The rolling fairways feature some dramatic mounding are large and challenging. The bunkers are strategically placed and plentiful, forcing many to choose between risk and reward. RiverTowne plays from 5300 to in excess of 7200-yards, and there are five sets of tees to accommodate all skill levels. Tee times and rates vary; check website.
Took my brother-inlaw out for a round. What an expensive mistake. Was paired with average players. By the time we left number two and headed to three the ranger was already pushing us. Although we had a group in front of us the harassment continued. You can't play your best golf when there is a ranger riding your butt on almost every hole. I'm a 12 handicap and slow play is never a problem with me. We were so frustrated we just left after 9 holes where our time was consistant with what Rivertowne suggested on their card. To be fair, the manager did call and offered me a free round. Why would I ever want to play that course again. I play golf for enjoyment. I would have gotten more enjoyment just throwing that $220.00 in the trash.
RCC is a great course which plays to every level. With numerous tee positions, players of all skill levels can compete. The front nine is open and appealing. The back nine is a bit more difficult and tests not only your golfing skill but also your ability to make good choices in your club selection for final approaches. I played when the greens had just been seeded so carts were off limits. It was still enjoyable to walk most of the course and provided no problems on a weekday. Greens were very true and were in good condition following a great amount of rainfall. The staff here is great. Lost a club on one hole and they had it waiting for me after I visited the grill for a beverage. It might be a bit pricey for most but sometimes you deserve a treat. Its really an enjoyable opportunity to play in a quality area and a very wonderful organization supporting you in every way.
Am amazed that this course actually had a LPGA event here. Paid $110 here, $35 across the road at Dunes West, in reality if the fees were reversed would not be complaining. Cut grass left on the green and around the fringe, had to move my ball a couple of times because of this. Almost every sand trap was washed out or had water in them from a recent storm, but at Dunes West every sand trap was raked and in great shape. Had cart path only, so GPS was worthless, lack of many fairway markers made the problem of guessing yardage worse. While some of the holes are nice, it's a golf course in SC and that is expected, you are going to have nice scenery. Nothing stood out as memorable here except the feeling that this course is overrated, even though shot better here thought much more of Dunes West. Can add Patriots Point, Stono Ferry and Charleston National as far superior courses. $12.50 for mix drink and a beer here, $11 for 2 mixed drinks at the Dunes. No connections to any course as I'm from Virginia.
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