Wrenwoods Golf Course

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Wrenwoods is in great shape! Aaron and his staff have worked really hard to make this an enjoyable experience. It is well worth the price.

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A world-class designed golf course sculpted from 200 acres within the gates of Joint Base Charleston - Air Base. As the namesake of the state bird as well as many native southern pines found throughout South Carolina, Wrenwoods supports an abundant wildlife population that provides the perfect backdrop for a serene golf setting.
They offer amenities for everyone, Wrenwoods provides a tranquil and pleasant experience by ensuring a relaxed atmosphere and focusing on enriching lives, one customer at a time. A championship golf course, nine-acre practice facility, golf shop and casual grill blend into the perfect setting for your needs.
The Par 72 course maintains a reputable layout. Designed by George W. Cobb in 1966, the course remains true to his philosophy of "providing a good time atmosphere". Other designs of Cobb's include the Par 3 course at Augusta National Golf Club, home of the Masters Golf Tournament; and Quail Hallow Country Club, home of The Quail Hallow Championship. The lush Tif-Way Bermuda fairways and roughs, Tif-Dwarf Bermuda greens, combined with a multiple array of teeing areas, allow golfers of all levels to enjoy Wrenwoods.
At Wrenwoods, the beauty lies in its simplicity. You will not find imitations of other golf courses, but 18 original and distinctive holes that complement the unique terrain. With 8-minute tee time intervals, golfers are never rushed or crowded. There are no houses or traffic to contend with - just you and the course. The associates' at Wrenwoods are dedicated to delivering unsurpassed service to the Armed Forces community.

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For the money this course was worth a play. The grass is green and fairly well manicured, even if the greens leave a little to be desired. Tip: they are SUPER slick

Proshop is basically a joke. The employee there made us miss our tee time by letting people jump us in line and then took multiple phone calls before even addressing us. They have no clubs other than putters, however you can rent clubs for $10, which is really nice considering they are Callaways.

Green fees are a little high ($34 for a guest/ $32 for contractor/officer)  for what you get, but on par (excuse the pun) with other courses in the area.

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