Boscobel Golf & Country Club is an 18-hole semi-private golf course located in Pendleton, South Carolina.
Boscobel Golf & Country Club first opened for play in 1932. The course was designed by Ed Freeman. The course has been renovated over the years. Russell Breeden is but one of the designers to have put his fingerprint on the rolling terrain of Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens. The current Boscobel design in the work of Fred Bolton.
The course is just minutes from Clemson University, and is a testing Fred Bolton-designed layout that is situated in the heart of the Upstate of South Carolina.
Rolling greens, originally built for Bermuda grass, now feature bentgrass. The track is a challenging course that measures nearly 6,500 yards in length and plays to a par 72 from each of its four sets of tee boxes. The course is set among mature trees and the small greens require players to have accurate approach shots in order to score well. Water is only a factor on three of the holes. This Clemson favorite is a tough but fair test for all levels of golfer.
Best hole at Boscobel Golf & Country Club: # 3, a par-4 that plays to a downhill landing area then across a protecting pond to a small, back-to-front sloping green.
Most difficult at Boscobel Golf & Country Club: #8, a par 4, which plays longer than the yardage indicats and features an undulating fairway.