GAMECOCK GOLF FACILITIES
Cobblestone Park serves as the home course for the University of South Carolina men's and women's golf teams. The course provides the Gamecocks with the finest playing and practice facilities in the country. The 27-hole spectacular layout has been heralded as one of the premier courses in the Southeast. Housed within a private, gated community, Cobblestone Park is located 20 minutes from downtown Columbia and the University and features a beautiful new 28,000-square-foot clubhouse unveiled in 2015.
South Carolina unveiled a new 17-acre golf practice facility in spring 2017. The state-of-the-art complex, located behind Gamecock Park and minutes from the University's main campus, features over 400 yards of hitting space as well as three greens totaling 18,000 square feet.Video Tour
Located at the Wardle Golf House at Cobblestone Park, this state-of-the-art facility includes Swing View Pro, Flight Scope and BodiTrak technologies to provide one of the most technologically advanced instructional centers in the country. Steps away, the Gamecocks have their own private green and bunker complex, short-game area and driving range.
The Wardle Golf House, located at the Cobblestone Park Golf Club, includes upscale locker rooms, meeting rooms, player lounges, coaches offices and a memorabilia hall for the South Carolina men's and women's golf teams. The facility is named in honor of the late Robert V. Wardle.
In 2014, The Members Club at Woodcreek & Wildewood joined Cobblestone Park as the official home courses for the Gamecock golf programs. Named the 2012 Club of the Year, The Members Club contains two par-72 golf courses. South Carolina's golfers and coaches have full practice and playing privileges along with a portion of the pro shop to be used as a meeting room and player lounge.
The Gamecocks' primary driving range and short-game facility, The Coop is located adjacent to the Par Tee Driving Range just minutes from campus. This eight-acre complex opened in 2012 and includes two large practice greens, a putting green and five multi-directional practice tees.