Cherokee Valley Course and Club

Located in Upstate South Carolina Cherokee Valley Course and Club is offering Fall golf pakages for both onsite cottages and at the Historic Westin Poinsett in downtown Grenville.

Travelers Rest, SCCherokee Valley Course and Club, Upstate South Carolina’s member-focused family club and mountain golf destination, announces its fall golf packages with stay-and-plays at its charming onsite cottages and the historic Westin Poinsett in downtown Greenville.

Cherokee Valley’s cottage collection features three elegantly appointed homes along the golf course. Each is equipped with four bed-and-bath suites offering privacy and ample room. Rates start at $130 a night for one room with one bed, $600 for a four-bedroom cottage with two beds per room, and $1,000 for “Cottage Six,” a two-story home with four bedrooms upstairs and a king bed master suite, one bedroom with four queens, two bathrooms and a game/theater room downstairs.

A round of golf on Cherokee’s P.B. Dye-designed mountain-style layout can be added for $35 on weekdays (Mon. – Thurs.), $45 on weekends (Fri. – Sun.), or $60 for “all you can play,” subject to availability. For more information on cottage rates, configurations, availability or to book visit the course and club’s Accommodations Page.

“The golf travel market in South Carolina has been amazing so far this year, and all indicators point to a busy fall season here at Cherokee Valley,” says Cherokee Valley Course and Club owner Matthew Jennings. “We look forward to welcoming golfers from all over the state, Southeast, and beyond.”

Cherokee Valley Course and Club
Cherokee Valley Course and Club

Golfers enjoying a golf package at Cherokee Valley can now walk from their cottage to the course and club’s new full-service restaurant and gathering place, Core 450. Opening in May, Core 450 overlooks the ninth and 18th greens evoking memories of a classic mountain retreat. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer views of the nearby Blue Ridge Mountains and the expansive outdoor patio is the perfect place to dine or sip a drink while taking in the mountain air and Carolina sunshine.

“With the cottages, Core 450, and our P.B. Dye-designed golf course, we can now offer a complete golf vacation experience for groups of all sizes,” adds Jennings. “Golfers also love our exciting Finn Cycle electric scooters and new E-Z-GO RXV carts equipped with high-resolution GPS screens and Bluetooth speakers.”

Cherokee Valley has also partnered with the historic Westin Poinsett in beautiful downtown Greenville to offer value-laden packages. Located in the heart of one of America’s most acclaimed cities, the AAA Four-Diamond hotel is an easy 30-minute drive from the course. Packages include a 350-square-foot guest room with one king or two queen beds, 42-inch flat-screen, mini-fridge, 24-hour Westin Workout Fitness Studio, and a round of golf with cart. Rates vary by season and can be obtained via the club’s Partners Page.

For more information on golf packages and memberships, visit www.cherokeevalleyclub.com.

About Cherokee Valley Course and Club

Cherokee Valley Course and Club is situated amid the rolling foothills of Upstate South Carolina’s scenic Blue Ridge region adjacent to North Greenville University (NGU). It features the region’s only P.B. Dye-designed golf course, a mountain-style gem winding through rolling hills and deep dales, sprinkled with ample stretches of gently rolling fairways and trademark Dye green complexes.

Home of the NGU Crusaders men’s and women’s golf teams, Cherokee Valley’s golf training facility and expansive practice range is a multi-faceted game-improvement headquarters. A resort-style pool offers refuge post-round and is a summer haven for the club’s member families. Core 450, the course and club’s new chef-driven restaurant and gathering place, is open to the public and all golfers for lunch and dinner.

Cottages conveniently located just a few steps from the golf shop and first tee are available for overnight stays or daily rental. Cherokee Valley offers a wide variety of value-laden memberships and is open for public play with daily fee weekday and weekends rates that include a cart. Or, for an unforgettable, exciting, and expeditious experience, golfers can rent Finn Cycles from Sun Mountain Motor Sports.

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Shane Sharp

Shane Sharp, owner and Chief Writing Officer at Soundboun4.com, a public relations company located in Greenville, South Carolina. In addition to running Southbound 4, Shane is a seasoned freelance writer for numerous golf, travel, tourism, and real estate media outlets including GOLF Magazine, Golf Inc., Club Management Magazine, Club & Resort Business., Golfdom, Golf Guide, Golf Vacations Magazine and many others.

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