Lady’s Island Country Club: No place for mamby-pamby golf

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If you like challenging golf, great food, daily happy hour prices and less than a four-hour round, come to Lady’s Island Country Club.
Call 843-522-9700 for a tee time, and the pro shop can steer you toward the best times for the fastest rounds or the best time to beat the heat or the best times to end your round at 4 p.m., when happy hour starts. We have an app for that.
If you like fierce but fair competition, we have an app for that too, either the nine-hole Thursday night shoot out and the 18-hole Friday blitz. Gather your best buddies or come by yourself and prepare to do battle. It’s worth it.
The Thursday blitz is a three-person, captain’s choice tournament that is flighted to give more people a chance to win. There’s an optional skins game that can be quite enticing as the ante grows. It’s $30 and includes dinner prepared by Chef Will McLenagan. The food is fantastic.
The 18-hole Friday blitz is a two-man blind draw so you don’t know how you did until it’s over.  It begins at 1 p.m. and is based on handicap, so the playing field is level. Either come with a foursome or we can set you up. It’s only $25 for the golf, plus a $10 entry fee.
Despite relentless heat and little rain this summer, the greens are flawless, thanks to superintendent Dan Rowley.
Don’t forget that we serve lunch Tuesday through Sunday and offer a sophisticated menu for dinner every Thursday. We also feature a Friday night prime rib and seafood dinner once a month. Join us Aug. 19.
Looking toward fall, the pro shop, under the direction of head golf professional Denton Moore, is planning a monthly tournament beginning in September. Stay tuned.
Lady’s Island Country Club has been the place to play golf in northern Beaufort County since 1970. Come see how it’s done. We offer a challenging course for a competitive price: Only $30 during the week and $35 on the weekends. It’s a great value.
Play some golf, eat, drink and be merry. Visit once and we’ll promise you’ll want to make us a habit.