“We dream of getting a site like this one,” noted Greg Norman, when asked about Oldfield. “And since this is our first course in the Lowcountry, we want to make it something special.”
Noted for designing courses in concert with their natural environment Greg Norman created one of his finest golf courses at Oldfield; by crafting an outstanding route through canopies of moss draped live oaks, broad savannahs, and soaring pines up to the banks of the Okatie River. With five sets of tees, the course is as playable as it is beautiful.
Among Oldfield’s most prized accolades for stewardship was an honor bestowed by Audubon International. Thanks to careful design and a continued commitment to preservation, Oldfield’s course was named a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary in recognition of its “environmental planning, wildlife and habitat management, chemical reduction and safety, water conservation and water quality management.”
The 20,000 square foot Lowcountry style Golf Club includes ladies’ and men’s lounges, a formal dining room, private dining, a mixed grill, and covered porches surveying the course and practice facility.