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Arthur Hills Course

Opened for play in the spring of 1986, the Arthur Hills Course is one of the most distinctive layouts in the area. The Hills site was blessed with continuous lines of dunes and thick stands of palmettos. Arthur Hills took full advantage of the nat...

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Arthur Hills Course at Palmetto Hall

Opened for play in March 1991, Palmetto Hall's Arthur Hills Course is a sculpted beauty with subtle contouring, a distinctive layout and a rare touch of genius. Created by renowned designer Arthur Hills, this par-72, 6,918-yard course is a gracefu...

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Atlantic Dunes Golf Course

Atlantic Dunes by Davis Love III is a complete reconstruction of The Sea Pines Resort's historic Ocean Course, the first course built on Hilton Head. Featuring a pronounced seaside ambiance and Lowcountry feel accented by coquina shells and seasid...

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Barony Course

The Barony Course constitutes 18 of Port Royal's 54 holes. The resort has recently been recognized as a "Silver Medal" Resort by Golf magazine.

From the tee, many of the holes on Barony appear to be relatively open. But as you approach the...

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Bear Creek Golf Club

Take a stroll through the tall pines and winding doglegs of Bear Creek Golf Club’s Par 72 Championship Course.

Stretching over 6,800 yards, the layout has five different sets of tees that cater to every level of golfer. Offering exte...

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Country Club of Hilton Head

Variety and beauty best describe the golf course at the Country Club of Hilton Head. It rambles over a variety of terrain, including rolling, open expanses, pine and oak woodlands and freshwater ponds and marshlands. Each hole is distinctive, as a...

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Crescent Pointe Golf Club

Arnie is back! Crescent Pointe Golf Club, designed by living legend Arnold Palmer, is now open. Located minutes west of the bridge to Hilton Head Island, this world-class Arnold Palmer "Signature Course" is situated on a spectacular piece of prope...

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Eagle's Pointe Golf Club

Conveniently located on Highway 278 just seven miles west of the bridge to Hilton Head Island, Eagle's Pointe Golf Club has been designed by four-time Heritage Champion, Davis Love III. The hallmarks of Eagle's Pointe are its classic risk-reward d...

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George Fazio Course

Having appeared on Golf Digest's list of America's 100 best, the George Fazio Course offers a stimulating challenge to avid golfers. With only two par-5s, the heart of the course lies in a series of long par-4s, beginning with the 432-yard first h...

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Harbour Town Golf Links

Home of the prestigious RBC Heritage of Golf each April, Harbour Town is perennially ranked among the top golf courses in the world.  Good scoring depends on finesse and shotmaking rather than strength. Well-placed tee shots and approaches ar...

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Heron Point Course

Designed by legendary course architect Pete Dye, Heron Point is the centerpiece of any Hilton Head Island golf vacation. Dye himself supervised Heron Point's recent modifications with the objective of making the course more player-friendly, and th...

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Hilton Head National

Named one of "America's Best Golf Courses" by Golfweek magazine, the Gary Player design displays all of the beauty and golf course excellence you have come to expect from the Lowcountry. The "New Nine," designed by Bobby Weed, complements the exis...

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Indigo Run

Since its opening in 1992, the Golden Bear Golf Club at Indigo Run has become a "must play" for Hilton Head Island. Owned by ClubCorp, it has rapidly gained a reputation as one of the island's most challenging and enjoyable tests of golf. This Nic...

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Island West Golf Club

With a design team of former Masters and U.S. Open champion Fuzzy Zoeller and award-winning golf architect Clyde Johnston, Island West is already getting rave reviews from golfers of all skill levels. Not a typical Lowcountry layout, the course of...

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Old Carolina Golf Club

Nominated for Golf Digest "Best new course of the year".One of the area's newest championship layouts, Old Carolina is hailed as the Lowcountry's finest public golf course. From the oak-lined driveway to the last challenging putt on the heavily gu...

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Old South Golf Links

Award-winning golf course architect Clyde Johnston designed Old South Golf Links in keeping with the natural landscape.  "Old South Golf Links was created to provide an enjoyable yet challenging golf game, and to preserve the natural beauty o...

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Oyster Reef Golf Club

Oyster Reef, rated one of the top 25 new courses in America in 1983, features elevated tees and lush fairways lined by thick stands of live oak and pine. Numerous doglegs, accented by strategically located mounds and fairway bunkers, call for well...

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Palmetto Hall (Robert Cupp Course)

Opened in 1993, the Robert Cupp Course at Palmetto Hall redefines conventional golf course architecture, thanks to a boldly original concept from the designer. Named the 1992 Golf Architect of the Year by Golf World, Cupp plotted the course's orig...

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Robber's Row

Robber's Row, newly redesigned by world-famous architect Pete Dye, has emerged as one of the most exciting new courses on the island.  The course is cut through beautiful stands of magnolia and live oak trees. Although tee-shot landing areas ...

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Robert Trent Jones Course

An oceanfront classic, the Robert Trent Jones course was the first in Palmetto Dunes, and it remains one of the resort's most popular courses with visitors and residents alike.   The wide-open fairways and ample greens make the Jones cou...

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Shipyard Golf Club

The home of the Hilton Head Seniors International from 1982 to 1984, Shipyard Golf Club was rated as one of the finest layouts on the PGA Senior Tour. This 27-hole layout wanders through tall pines, magnolias and moss-draped oaks. Adding to the be...

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Bloody Point

This Tom Weiskopf/Jay Morrish-designed course, situated along the Mungen River, winds through Daufuskie`s coastal marshes and dark-water lagoons. Its name may sound menacing; however, its layout is very playable and perfect for golfers of any leve...

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Melrose Golf Course

This Jack Nicklaus-designed signature course sweeps along the Atlantic Ocean, providing challenging play and stunning views. The three finishing holes hug the ocean, and number 18 seems to lunge straight into it with the beach in play the entire h...

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Ocean Course Golf Course

Hilton Head Island`s first golf course is now its newest. Mark McCumber has personally redesigned the course with emphasis on the traditional and classic principles of course design. He has built interest, challenge and strategy into the course wh...

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Planter's Row

Port Royal Resort has recently been recognized as a "Silver Medal" Resort by Golf magazine. The resort`s newest addition, Planter`s Row, served as the site of the PGA Senior Tour`s Hilton Head Seniors International in 1985. The course offers a dif...

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Sea Marsh Course

The Sea Marsh Course offers a variety of golf holes and beautiful scenery that make it both challenging and enjoyable. Many of the 18 holes traverse picturesque lagoons and marshes. The broad fairways are lined with thick stands of pines, palmetto...

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