21 Club

What do you get if you give King-Collins the opportunity to build a golf course in the Sand Hills of South Carolina? The answer is 21 Club.

This project has been described as a private club created by self-professed golf fanatics for golf fanatics. After spending time with the owner Wes Farrell and designer Rob Collins, we couldn’t agree more.

The project features two golf courses. The Hammer Course, an 18-hole King-Collins design, dedicated to match-play. The Lost MacKenzie course with nine double greens and inspired by Alister MacKenzie’s El Boqueron in Argentina, a design that was never built.

The plan was to showcase the drama and beauty of King-Collins’ proposed course, focusing on a selection of holes and features such as the comfort station, practice range and cottages.

Over the years our most successful projects have been a collaborative effort and this one is a great example of that, working closely with Wes and Rob on everything from the bunker edges to the design of the golf carts. It was without a doubt one of the most fun projects we’ve worked on.

South Carolina, USA
What we did
1 x 90 second animation
16 x renders
How long it took
10 weeks

Fun Fact

The owner Wes Farrell and designer Rob Collins stumbled across the site when searching for suitable land in Jackson, South Carolina.