Hartsville Country Club's golf course hearkens back to the mid-1920s and originated as a nine-hole course. Since then, it has expanded to an eighteen hole course and has undergone numerous remodels directed by Robert Trent Jones, Tom Watson, and most recently Hartsville native Al Fink. The course is intended to be challenging yet enjoyable, with a number of water hazards and sand traps along the way. It is home to the Coker University, McBee High School, and Hartsville High School golf teams. Members and guests have access to an outdoor driving range and a facility for instruction instruction: the David Dorn Golf Academy.