7. Charleston, SC
Why you should go: The Charleston area has a semi-tropical climate, which means temperatures in Charleston rarely dip below 40°F—and that makes it a great year-round destination for golf. With 19 championship courses, including The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island and Wild Dunes, you can tee off from true links-style courses to lowcountry forests.
Why it’s a steal: Flights to Charleston are about 25 percent lower than the median airfare for North American flights, with an average of $247 between December and March. Hotel rooms go for about $257 on average, which is a savings of 13 percent over fall getaways.
Where to stay: Stay at the The Spectator Hotel, in Charleston’s charming Historic District, where every guest gets a personal butler to assist with unpacking, itinerary curation, and late-night snack runs. There’s also a great speakeasy bar on the property that serves up Prohibition-era cocktails. Winter rates start at $229.
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