The 2021 PGA Championship will be the second staged at Kiawah Island Golf Resort's famed Ocean Course.
Learn more about award-winning Kiawah Island Golf Resort and nearby Charleston, South Carolina, one of America’s most historic cities.
Kiawah Island is ten miles of wide, immaculate, oceanfront beach that invites you to stroll or cycle for hours without interruption. Soothing by day, romantic by night, the beach is complemented by the island’s river, meandering lagoons, pristine marshlands and maritime forests. Each sun-washed day ends beneath a star-studded southern sky. Kiawah Island Golf Resort is a destination like no other.
Charleston is home to rich history, well-preserved architecture, a celebrated restaurant industry and beautiful outdoor settings waiting to be explored. Get to know Charleston through the eyes of residents to discover why the Lowcountry continues to earn the affection of locals and visitors alike.
Designed by Alice and Pete Dye to host the 1991 Ryder Cup "War by the Shore," The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort winds naturally through windswept dunes along the coast of the South Carolina Lowcountry. The Dyes adapted characteristics of famed links-style tracks of Scotland and Ireland to the subtropical climate of the Lowcountry, resulting in a course that boasts the most seaside holes in North America. The Ocean Course consistently ranks among the top public courses in the United States and is one of the most challenging in the world.