$16 (cart included), played on Wednesday, February 2008 at noon
Played here 2-3-10, while on a golf vacation from the frozen north to Pinehurst, we found the Sandhills area snowed in, so we had to drive 50 miles south to find an open course. Cheraw was recommended to us, and we were happy it was.
This is a wonderful golf course by any measure, even in 40 degree weather with no greenery in sight. Layout is exceptional, and takes full advantage of terrain variations. Course is in a state park and is well-maintained, with no houses visible anywhere, and that's a very good thing.
NOT walkable, due to significant distances from green to tee.
Staff was very welcoming and professional. Conditions were about typical for February. Tee boxes were in decent shape, fairways were browned out, but pretty firm, despite recent rains. Bunkers were very firm, and almost unplayable. Greens were OK, but bumpy and some were patchy: not many one-putts outside three feet.
Overall, I thought this to be a very nice course, and one I would recommend.