Yeamans Hall Club

900 Yeamans Hall Rd,

Hanahan, South Carolina SC 29406

  • Office

    +1 (843) 747 8855
  • Pro shop

    +1 (843) 747 8855
  • Fax

    +1 (843) 744 0966

About the course

  • The Course:

    18 holes. Tree-lined parkland. Relatively flat terrain - easy to walk.

  • Surroundings:

    Woodland and marshland, with two holes on an offshoot of the Cooper River.

  • Designer:

    Original design by Seth Raynor & Charles Banks (1925); modifications by Tom Doak (1998) and Jim Urbina (2016).

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How to get there:

12 miles N of downtown Charleston.

Yeamans Hall Club

Private: A course for members and their invited guests only.

Est. 1925

Yeamans Hall Club is home to a championship golf course that ranks with some of the best in South Carolina. This tree-lined parkland layout provides a wonderful test for your all-round game, with many attractive, skilfully crafted and challenging holes to enjoy. However, this is a private course generally playable only by members and their guests.

List of courses: Charleston / Kiawah


Who can play and when?

Yeamans Hall is a private club. Guests may only play if hosted by a member.

Green fees

Outside visitor fee not applicable; course exclusively for members and their guests.

Other information

Walking permitted.

Practice facilities


Did you know?

Yeamans Hall Club is named after the original landowner, Sir John Yeamans (1611–1674). Yeamans was an English colonial administrator, described in his day as a "pirate ashore". After establishing plantation interests in Barbados, he became a leading figure in the settlement of a new English colony, the Province of Carolina. Here he established a new plantation, into which he brought 200 African slaves. He was proclaimed Governor of Carolina at Charles Town in 1672. [Carolina was so named from the Latin word for Charles (Carolus), honoring King Charles I of England who made the original land grant in 1629)].

Published ranking

World: formerly ranked world's 92nd best course (GOLF magazine, 2003; not in subsequent editions of this ranking).
USA: 95th best course in the USA (Golf Digest, 2019/20).
State: 3rd best course in South Carolina (Golf Digest, 2019/20).

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