Golf Courses Near Easley, SC
“One of the most popular things to do in Easley, South Carolina, is to walk, bike or rollerblade on the paved, 7.5-mile-long Doodle Trail that follows an old railroad route between Easley and Pickens. Many a golfer in Easley has doodled on his or her scorecard while playing one of the local courses in the pretty foothills of the northwest corner of The Palmetto State. A good bet for a Hot Deal tee time is the 27-hole Rolling Green Golf Club, where woodlands line narrow fairways that tumble up and down. Players of all abilities enjoy Southern Oaks Golf Course, a walkable layout that features a number of short dogleg holes. In Pickens, rolling hills define the playing field at Pickens Country Club. For a resort experience in Pickens, you can stay and play (or just play) at The Rock Golf Club and Resort. A creek runs through this mountain-style course that skirts Indian burial grounds. Keep an eye out for Hot Deals at these courses.
After golf, head to downtown Easley, where you’ll find restaurants, boutiques and shops, and antique stores. Popular annual events in Easley are the Farm Show, which occurs in late summer, and the Senior League World Series, a baseball tournament for 13 to 16-year-olds patterned after the Little League World Series. For more attractions and nightlife, the charming city of Greenville is only 13 miles away. And yes, there’s plenty of golf in Greenville, too.”