In regards to the She-crab soup - very good flavor with massive crab chunks and a nice sherry balance. Certainly bumps past a few "hoity toit-ier" restaurants of the Charleston metro.
Coosaw Creek Country Club had a booth at the Taste of Summerville, and the Salmon BLT was nicely done as well - mid-rare and delish'. Staff at the event were all top-notch.
Not sure how the awards show at the fair went - the club humorously said if they lost to Papa Johns they weren't coming back next year (anecdotally speaking of course, from an employee...)
Since there were some decent-looking caterers at the event, I can only surmise that's a dig at Summerville being rednecks which would otherwise deserve a likewise-humorous punch in the gut.
But... seeing as how a punch in the gut would prove said point, we'll assume those country club folks don't know any better & let that lack of southern manners slide ;)
Wish I had comments on the golf course. Looked like a decent play and hopefully will try it one of these days. I biked around the neighborhood when I used to live in Wescott, hoping security didn't realize my association w/ the community was via a couple missing sections of fence. You don't typically see change of elevation in lowcountry golf but there are a few little ups and downs since it's close to the river.
Only thing hurting them in my estimation is location, unless you're going to any of the 2-3 golf courses on that stretch of road (Coosaw, Wescott, or Kings Grant if it reopens). Otherwise you're really not going to that side of town for anything and you certainly want to go well before or after evening rush hour coming from town or vice-versa coming from S'ville (speaking from experience)
If you are thinking about the golf angle before going to eat at the country club, Wescott's course was an underpriced gem when I lived there, never crowded, and apparently has improved as the course matured the last few years. Plus you have Gennaro's right there at the exit from the Coosaw Creek community as an option for dinner and post-round beverages. While wifey and I never visited Gennaro's, it received good reviews from friends for its Northern Italian fare and evening jazz.
Except for the houses a great course at a reasonable price. Will definitely play next time I'm in Charleston.