The Cliffs Earns Best in State Rankings from Golf Digest

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Golf Digest has recognized four of The Cliffs’ courses in the publication’s annual “Best in State” rankings, including Mountain Park, Keowee Vineyards and Keowee Falls in South Carolina, as well as Walnut Cove in North Carolina.

Set within the scenic backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains, each golf course at The Cliffs is member-friendly yet challenging and uniquely designed to complement its landscape and environment. 

The Cliffs at Mountain Park - The Gary Player Signature Course folds delicately into the topography of the land around it and features a walking terrain with fourteen holes along the North Saluda River.

The Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards - The Tom Fazio designed golf course reflects the natural beauty of the surrounding environment with eight holes overlooking Lake Keowee and five showcasing unparalleled views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

The Cliffs at Keowee Falls - Designed by Jack Nicklaus, the 160-acre golf course stretches across mountainous terrain with numerous elevation changes, tree-lined fairways, streams, ponds and lengthy par 3s, all surrounded by woods and wildflowers.

The Cliffs at Walnut Cove - Recognized by the PGA Tour as the only championship golf course to debut in tournament-ready conditions, the Jack Nicklaus designed golf course features five sets of tees, offering any player a wide variety of shot opportunities. 

In addition to the seven unique golf experiences, The Cliffs provides members with a comprehensive suite of amenities including six wellness centers, beach club, marina, tennis courts, an equestrian center, hiking trails, vineyards, organic farm and a number of year-round social activities. Club membership at one provides access to all seven championship golf courses and amenities. 

Want to learn more about? Contact the Cliffs today to discover membership and real estate opportunities. 

Call The Cliffs directly at 866.411.5771 or visit www.cliffsliving.com

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