Kiawah Island Resort Golf Packages
Commonly Asked Questions
Kiawah Island Resort
Kiawah Island is approximately 35 miles from CHS.
Yes, shuttle transportation is complimentary to all resort guests, whether staying in The Villas, Vacation Homes, or The Sanctuary Hotel.
No, housekeeping services are not included, however, they can be added for an additional price. Inquire for details.
Our packages include golf, cart, walking caddie, and forecaddie fees, all taxes, and resort fees.
Yes, non-golfers can ride along, however, there will be a rider fee that is paid to the pro shop on the day of play.
Golf carts are available and included in our package pricing for two golfers per golf cart.
Kiawah Island courses are certainly open to the public, however, for best pricing, you will certainly see more savings when booking both lodging and golf together, especially through Golf Trip Junkie.
There are 5 golf courses at Kiawah Island Resort that the public has access to. The Ocean Course, Osprey Point, Cougar Point, Turtle Point, and Oak Point, with the Ocean Course being the pinnacle of golf experiences.
The answer to that question really depends on your personal preference. Some folks enjoy the experience while others would rather not. That said, caddies and forecaddies on the Ocean Course know the golf course like the back of their hand, being able to guide you around, share some course history and stories, all of which only heighten the overall golf experience.
Both walking caddie and forecaddie fees are included in the package price, however, suggested gratuity is $100 per golfer for a walking caddie and $50 per golfer for a forecaddie, both paid in cash at the end of the round.
Yes, the Ocean Course is cart path only throughout the year. Furthermore, golf carts are not allowed on the Ocean Course for most of the year, with the exception of June, July, and August after 10 am. While walking the Ocean Course, golfers have the choice of using a walking caddie, typically double-bag. For golfers that prefer to carry their own golf bag, they can certainly do so, with the option to employ the services of a forecaddie (one per group of 4 golfers).