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Great place. Very “resort like”. Wide fairways with no first-cut. If you spray the ball bring lots of extra balls because you don’t want to search for them. It’s very fun to play. Beautiful! Lots of water and alligators. They provide you with a cooler...More
We played at the Osprey on a beautiful Sunday morning. The course is absolutely beautiful and well kept. We came to Kiawah just to golf and then planned to head to Charleston just after. The 3 stars is for the ludicrous, dumb founding situation that...More
Three of us played here and had a blast. Got through the course in about 3.5 hours. Course was in great condition. A good challenge and the greens ran true. Nice clubhouse and as with other venues, terrific service. I would love to play it...More
It was a welcome relief to play Osprey following our windswept round at Ocean. Osprey is located more inland and out of the 20 > 30 mph winds that pound the Ocean course.
The downsides of Osprey were slow greens and houses lining every hole....More
If you are aware of a few golfing “mecca’s” of the world then you have heard of Kiawah Island in South Carolina. Kiawah is just 40 minutes outside of historic Charleston and has some of the most picturesque courses in the country. As soon as...More
The golf courses on Kiawah are all wonderful. Osprey might be the nicest of the "run of the mill" tracks ( Meaning aside from the Ocean Course). It is picturesque, playable, but tough, with plenty of water to eat your golf balls. It is always...More
Osprey Point was a great golf course. Lovely layout and course design with some nice challenges but also payable for a 15 handicap. Scenery was a nice addition to the course. I would certainly play OPGC again on my next trip.