New Golf Course Homes in South Carolina

Are you looking to buy a new home in a South Carolina golf course community? Welcome to the South Carolina golf course community section of NewHomeSource.com! New homes on golf courses linked to both public and private golf courses are popular in South Carolina. Whether you are looking for a resort property or gated community there are plenty to choose from. You will find condos and townhomes as well as estate properties to choose from.

Our easy-to-use search tools will help you with your real estate search for golf course homes. You'll find information about club houses, home elevations, floor plans and location on South Carolina golf course communities. Begin your golf course living here!

New Golf Homes in South Carolina

Welcome to the South Carolina golf course community golf homes section of NewHomeSource.com! Use our tools to find the right golf course home to fit your needs. On our site you'll find information about club houses, home elevations, floor plans and each location across South Carolina.

Play golf in your own back yard at one of our 159 new homes listed in one of 15 different golf course communities in lovely South Carolina. With 119 plans from 10 different builders, finding your dream golf course new home will be a breeze. Plans vary according to location, builder, and personal preference, though average house sizes vary from 2 to 8 bedrooms and 2 to 6 bathrooms and prices generally vary from 186,990 to 899,739. Whether you prefer a beachside round of golf or one a little more inland, New Home Source is your guide to finding your perfect golf course community home.

Warm and sunny South Carolina lies in the eastern United States, bordering the Atlantic Ocean. The state boasts subtropical weather with mild winters and hot summers with cool breezes wafting in from the Atlantic Ocean, perfect for a round of golf any time of year. With over 462 public and private golf courses to choose from, the options are nearly endless. The state holds three spots on Golf Digest’s Top 100 Courses in America, with courses such as The Ocean Course on Kiawah Island and Yeamans Hall Club in Hanahan holding prominent places.

For the less active golfers, the state hosts both amateur and professional tournaments. The PGA makes regular stops for tournaments each year and the South Carolina Golf Association (SGCA) hosts both amateur and professional tournaments. During the golf off-season, the SGCA hosts one-day series for the avid golf enthusiast who cannot get enough.