Course Design

Located in Pendleton, just minutes from Clemson University, Boscobel Golf Club is a testing Fred Bolton designed course layout that is situated in the heart of the Upstate of South Carolina. While Bolton is credited as the designer, the 18-Hole golf course, which opened for play in 1932, has also seen Russell Breeden put his fingerprint on the rolling terrain of the Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens.

Blue Tees

6,459 Yards

Par 71
Course Rating 71.1 | Course Slope 132

White Tees

6,009 Yards

Par 71
Course Rating 68.7 | Course Slope 125

Gold Tees

5,691 Yards

Par 71
Course Rating 65.9 | Course Slope 114

Red Tees

4,956 Yards

Men’s Par 71/72
Course Rating 69.5 | Course Slope 121

Course Layout

The golf course is a challenging layout that measures nearly 6,500 yards in length and is a meticulous par 71 from the men’s tees and par 72 from the ladies. Boscobel Golf Club is unique that it features five par three holes, rather than the traditional four. While water is in play on three of the holes, the small Bentgrass greens require players to have accurate approach shots to score well.