Members and their guests
The club takes its name from a colorful scion of the family that once owned the property, a Confederate general who went on to serve as governor of and senator from South Carolina and to hold a high government post under Grover Cleveland. The course itself, by Tom Fazio, is much more recent, and is notable for the way it is integrated into the surroundings. The sculpted, generous fairways are well bunkered and offer nice views of the woodlands and hills in the background. Each of the nines begins with a par 5 measuring over five hundred yards, and features some very fine and scenic par 3s. One of these is the 17th, the nearly two hundred yards of which play down to a green set between a pair of trees. Also worthy of mention is the demanding 16th. The greens are generally big, quick and well protected by bunkers.