Nestled along Charleston’s low country marshes by the banks of the Stono River sits an elegant course that opened in 1929 during the Golden Age of golf course design.
With a recently completed course renovation, this treasure has been preserved and now offers an experienceDESIGNED TOLASTas golf enthusiasts from around the corner, and from all corners of the globe, come to play on the Charleston Municipal Golf Course – Jenkins Links.
As a vibrant community amenity, the 18-hole course encompasses up to sixty-six hundred yards of modern turf plus expanded practice areas… where all y’all can practice…
A More Perfect Drive,
A More Perfect Chip,
A More Perfect Putt,
And Maybe Even A More Perfect Union.
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Help grow with the Muni as we help grow the game…
The First Major Project At The Muni In Nearly 60 Years Is Now Complete!
Design elements were introduced to mimic the “Golden Era” of course architecture.
Greens were rebuilt to modern day standards using TifEagle Bermudagrass.
Vistas were opened along the Stono River.
Ponds and wetlands were created on the back 9.
Tees were rebuilt and enlarged.
Bunkers were rebuilt and relocated to address modern day play.
“An historic course, in an historic city.
Charleston was the birth place of golf in America.”
— Mayor John Tecklenburg
“Tiger Woods, Lee Trevino, Calvin Peete – all of these guys started out their careers learning the game of golf on a municipal golf course. With what we’re doing in protecting the integrity of this place for generations to come, my hope is one day we’ll be able to add to this list with one of our own Charlestonians who started here at the Muni and went on to do great things in the game of golf.” — Troy Miller, Golf Course Architect
Bold, distinctive, and memorable are not words you would associate with most municipal golf courses in America. But thanks to a Troy Miller-led renovation, Charleston Municipal Golf Course embodies all of those qualities.
Architect Troy Miller explains some of the changes being made to the par-5 10th hole at Charleston Municipal Golf Course last May. The online version of Golf magazine named the 18-hole Maybank Highway landmark as one of 14 new or renovated layouts that it “can’t wait to check out in 2021.”
An almost year-long $2 million renovation and restoration project at Charleston Municipal Golf Course will reach the finish line in early December when the public will regain full access to the facility. An opening-day ceremony will be held at 9 a.m. on Dec. 9 with a ceremonial foursome consisting…
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