The Ocean Course Clubhouse
The Ocean Course Clubhouse was designed by noted architecture firm Robert A.M. Stern Architects, which is also responsible for the shingle-style look of the island’s private Beach Club, located near The Ocean Course’s 14th. With wood shingles and brick as the primary building materials, the clubhouse’s weathered exterior will make it appear as though the seaside structure has coexisted with the dunes for a century. Low-profile rooflines and wraparound porches will frame the picture of a sturdy coastal cottage, as welcoming as a coastal breeze on a warm summer day.
- Approximately 24,000 square feet of space
- 1,700-square-foot Pro Shop
- 149 lockers (114 upstairs/35 downstairs)
- 80-seat restaurant with a private dining room adjacent to the main dining area
- 30-seat bar with panoramic ocean views
- 24-seat outdoor dining porch, just steps from the ocean, adjacent to the main dining room
- 1,800 square feet of function space divisible into three smaller rooms on the second floor
The Atlantic Room at the Ocean Course Clubhouse
With the Ocean Course Clubhouse, The Atlantic Room, Kiawah’s Premier Seafood Restaurant has taken its place on Kiawah’s fine dining stage. The scenery is certainly fantastic, with spectacular views of the ocean and The Ocean Course’s 18th green, site of the dramatic U.S. team victory in the 1991 Ryder Cup matches. In the starring role, Executive Chef Jonathan Banta’s interpretation of fine clubhouse dining features “the taste of the season” dishes, among modern American twists on seasonal seafood selections from seas near and far. The Atlantic Room also provides an intimate private dining room adjacent to the main dining room. A spacious veranda with two fireplaces is just steps from the ocean, provides the perfect setting for post-round celebrations. Guests who have been coming to Kiawah for many years may recall a previous Atlantic Room, which was located in the former Kiawah Island Inn. The Atlantic Room promises to create fresh culinary memories in a truly magnificent oceanside setting rich in golf history.