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Wild Islands

Wild Islands

November 17, 2021

The barrier island system is made up of geological striations of sand, forest, and marsh. The barrier islands of the Carolina Lowcountry are like no other ecosystem in the world. These unique land formations boast an outsized number of contrasting ecosystems and are home to countless rare and endangered species…

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Club Members Suzanne Sullivan & Dave Barrington from Rowayton, CT

Club Members Suzanne Sullivan & Dave Barrington from Rowayton, CT

November 9, 2021

From Connecticut To Kiawah Island... Q: Where do you live? Dave: I’m from Wakefield, Rhode Island. I’m more of a northeasterner than she is! (laughs) Suzanne: Not true! I grew up in Bergen County, New Jersey. We live in Rowayton, Connecticut. Q: Do you have kids?  Suzanne: We have a…

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Jimmie James and The Top 100

Jimmie James and The Top 100

October 27, 2021

Jimmie James was five years old when he set his first goal. At that tender age, he did not know one person who had graduated from high school, and he promised himself he would. One of eight children, Jimmie grew up well below the poverty line in a sawmill town…

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Kayak Kiawah

Kayak Kiawah

October 20, 2021

Surrounded by salt marsh, tidal creeks, and the Atlantic Ocean, Kiawah still feels a bit wild. And the best way to explore the mysteries of the Island is by kayak. TIDES Kayaking Kiawah is all about timing. Ideally, you’re working with the tide to take you on your journey. Ebb…

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Breaking Bread

Breaking Bread

October 12, 2021

Chef Mike Lata Thanks The Club’s Lowcountry Farmers and Fisherman It is a breezy afternoon in early December. The late fall sunlight casts a soft coppery glow on the back lawn of the beach club. The guests arrive in twos, striding down the grassy slope for a welcome cocktail. Jeremy…

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Kiawah Modern

Kiawah Modern

June 2, 2021

Master Planning is An Art. Cultivating a genuine community requires oversight that is strict enough to maintain a long-term vision but relaxed enough to allow authentic expressions of design and the balance of form against function. Control the aesthetic too tightly and you end up stuck in a formula, forever…

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Charleston and the Second World War

Charleston and the Second World War

May 28, 2021

Emerging from the Great Depression, Charleston roared into the World War II era, experiencing its largest population boom in decades. Southerners flocked to Charleston’s Navy Yard in a surge of patriotic support for the war effort. The war boosted a stagnant local economy, with 80 percent of federal defense funding…

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Kiawah Island Championship Cocktails

Kiawah Island Championship Cocktails

May 13, 2021

Our master mixologist curates a series of summer cocktails to celebrate the return of golf’s greatest major to Kiawah Island.   RYDER DYE The River Course Clubhouse Pete Dye, designer of The Ocean Course, worked through the aftermath of Hurricane Hugo to finish in time for the course to host…

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Tempest Born – The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island

Tempest Born – The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island

May 13, 2021

Pete Dye had arrived for his first look at the miles of marsh, beach, and bramble that were going to host the Ryder Cup in just two years’ time. There was no stopping to ask for directions. Pete Dye had arrived for his first look at the miles of marsh,…

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Wild Islands

Wild Islands

The barrier island system is made up of geological striations of sand, forest, and marsh. The barrier islands of the Carolina Lowcountry are like no other ecosystem in the world. These unique land formations boast an outsized number of contrasting ecosystems and are home to countless rare and endangered species…

Read More

Club Members Suzanne Sullivan & Dave Barrington from Rowayton, CT

Club Members Suzanne Sullivan & Dave Barrington from Rowayton, CT

From Connecticut To Kiawah Island... Q: Where do you live? Dave: I’m from Wakefield, Rhode Island. I’m more of a northeasterner than she is! (laughs) Suzanne: Not true! I grew up in Bergen County, New Jersey. We live in Rowayton, Connecticut. Q: Do you have kids?  Suzanne: We have a…

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Jimmie James and The Top 100

Jimmie James and The Top 100

Jimmie James was five years old when he set his first goal. At that tender age, he did not know one person who had graduated from high school, and he promised himself he would. One of eight children, Jimmie grew up well below the poverty line in a sawmill town…

Read More

Kayak Kiawah

Kayak Kiawah

Surrounded by salt marsh, tidal creeks, and the Atlantic Ocean, Kiawah still feels a bit wild. And the best way to explore the mysteries of the Island is by kayak. TIDES Kayaking Kiawah is all about timing. Ideally, you’re working with the tide to take you on your journey. Ebb…

Read More

Breaking Bread

Breaking Bread

Chef Mike Lata Thanks The Club’s Lowcountry Farmers and Fisherman It is a breezy afternoon in early December. The late fall sunlight casts a soft coppery glow on the back lawn of the beach club. The guests arrive in twos, striding down the grassy slope for a welcome cocktail. Jeremy…

Read More

Kiawah Modern

Kiawah Modern

Master Planning is An Art. Cultivating a genuine community requires oversight that is strict enough to maintain a long-term vision but relaxed enough to allow authentic expressions of design and the balance of form against function. Control the aesthetic too tightly and you end up stuck in a formula, forever…

Read More

Charleston and the Second World War

Charleston and the Second World War

Emerging from the Great Depression, Charleston roared into the World War II era, experiencing its largest population boom in decades. Southerners flocked to Charleston’s Navy Yard in a surge of patriotic support for the war effort. The war boosted a stagnant local economy, with 80 percent of federal defense funding…

Read More

Kiawah Island Championship Cocktails

Kiawah Island Championship Cocktails

Our master mixologist curates a series of summer cocktails to celebrate the return of golf’s greatest major to Kiawah Island.   RYDER DYE The River Course Clubhouse Pete Dye, designer of The Ocean Course, worked through the aftermath of Hurricane Hugo to finish in time for the course to host…

Read More

Tempest Born – The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island

Tempest Born – The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island

Pete Dye had arrived for his first look at the miles of marsh, beach, and bramble that were going to host the Ryder Cup in just two years’ time. There was no stopping to ask for directions. Pete Dye had arrived for his first look at the miles of marsh,…

Read More