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  • First designed in 1986, this course was 20 holes long and designed to bring out the best in the game and golfer. Jones' returned to Daufuskie Island in 2007 to restore the greens and sharpen the course's legacy as one of the best in the nation. They increased the yardage from 7,150 to 7,380 and increased their USGA rating.

    The Signature course has appeared in Golf Digest's "America's 100 Greatest Courses" and "Best in State," and has earned a coveted position in Golf Magazine's "Top 100 in the World." Part of the fun of playing this Signature course is the fact that both the 8th and 17th holes have two holes to choose from making this a true challenge. Par is 72 on this 74.9 rated course. The Bermuda grass has a slope rating of 142 and can be challenging but is completely worth it. *Package includes round trip ferry transportation.
    First designed in 1986, this course was 20 holes long and designed to bring out the best in the game and golfer. Jones' returned to Daufuskie Island in 2007 to restore the greens and sharpen the course's legacy as one of the best in the nation. They increased the yardage from 7,150 to 7,380 and increased their USGA rating.

    The Signature course has appeared in Golf Digest's "America's 100 Greatest Courses" and "Best in State," and has earned a coveted position in Golf Magazine's "Top 100 in the World." Part of the fun of playing this Signature course is the fact that both the 8th and 17th holes have two holes to choose from making this a true challenge. Par is 72 on this 74.9 rated course. The Bermuda grass has a slope rating of 142 and can be challenging but is completely worth it. *Package includes round trip ferry transportation.
  • Palmetto Dunes - Arthur Hills
    2 Leamington Ln
    Hilton Head island, SC 29928
    This signature course takes full advantage of the natural beauty of Hilton Head and represents a thoughtful blend of beauty and challenge. Strands of palmetto trees line the graceful fairway, which is built on a series of rolling dunes. Arthur Hills Course presents manifold opporunities for off-balance lies, while ocean breezes add to the challenge. Ten holes on the water further encourage precision play. The Historic Leamington Lighthouse is one of its more prominent features. Fodor's Golf Digest ranks the Arthur Hills Course at 4.5 stars. It plays 6,122 yards from the middle white tees.
    Palmetto Dunes - Arthur Hills
    2 Leamington Ln
    Hilton Head island, SC 29928
    This signature course takes full advantage of the natural beauty of Hilton Head and represents a thoughtful blend of beauty and challenge. Strands of palmetto trees line the graceful fairway, which is built on a series of rolling dunes. Arthur Hills Course presents manifold opporunities for off-balance lies, while ocean breezes add to the challenge. Ten holes on the water further encourage precision play. The Historic Leamington Lighthouse is one of its more prominent features. Fodor's Golf Digest ranks the Arthur Hills Course at 4.5 stars. It plays 6,122 yards from the middle white tees.
  • Palmetto Dunes - George Fazio
    2 Trent Jones Ln
    Hilton Head island, SC 29928
    Regarded by many golfers as Hilton Head Island's most challenging championship course, this signature layout was designed by fabled golf architect George Fazio, whose name it proudly bears. The Fazio course at Palmetto Dunes has been ranked among America's top 100 courses and is the only par 70 course on the island. The course demands a combination of long play and precise golf shots and plays 6,239 yards from the middle white tees.
    Palmetto Dunes - George Fazio
    2 Trent Jones Ln
    Hilton Head island, SC 29928
    Regarded by many golfers as Hilton Head Island's most challenging championship course, this signature layout was designed by fabled golf architect George Fazio, whose name it proudly bears. The Fazio course at Palmetto Dunes has been ranked among America's top 100 courses and is the only par 70 course on the island. The course demands a combination of long play and precise golf shots and plays 6,239 yards from the middle white tees.
  • Palmetto Dunes - Robert Trent Jones
    7 Trent Jones Ln
    Hilton Head island, SC 29928

    Named South Carolina's "Golf Course of the Year", the Robert Trent Jones Oceanfront Course is widely renowned for its open, inviting layout and spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean.

    A true pinnacle of design, this course appeals to novices as well as experienced players. Home to one of only two ocean front holes on Hilton Head Island, this much-loved course offers wide fairways, expansive greens, challenging bunkers and subtle elevation changes.

    The par-5 10th hole with sweeping ocean views stands apart as one of the region's most breathtaking golf experiences. The Jones Course challenges golfers of every skill level, making it a must-play layout.

    The most wide open of the three Palmetto Dunes layouts, the Jones course changes with the breezes rolling in from the Atlantic Ocean, making every hole play differently whenever the winds change. This stunning, exquisitely-maintained course has been selected as a featured site for the Hilton Head Island Celebrity Golf Tournament and serves as an ideal location for a variety of group golf events throughout the year.

    Palmetto Dunes - Robert Trent Jones
    7 Trent Jones Ln
    Hilton Head island, SC 29928

    Named South Carolina's "Golf Course of the Year", the Robert Trent Jones Oceanfront Course is widely renowned for its open, inviting layout and spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean.

    A true pinnacle of design, this course appeals to novices as well as experienced players. Home to one of only two ocean front holes on Hilton Head Island, this much-loved course offers wide fairways, expansive greens, challenging bunkers and subtle elevation changes.

    The par-5 10th hole with sweeping ocean views stands apart as one of the region's most breathtaking golf experiences. The Jones Course challenges golfers of every skill level, making it a must-play layout.

    The most wide open of the three Palmetto Dunes layouts, the Jones course changes with the breezes rolling in from the Atlantic Ocean, making every hole play differently whenever the winds change. This stunning, exquisitely-maintained course has been selected as a featured site for the Hilton Head Island Celebrity Golf Tournament and serves as an ideal location for a variety of group golf events throughout the year.

  • Crescent Pointe Golf Club
    1 Crescent Point Dr
    Bluffton, SC 29910
    This Arnold Palmer designed signature course will take your breath away! Spectacular marsh views. Magnificent, century-old oaks, pines and blossoming magnolias. Dramatic white-sand "beach bunkers" that cascade down the the water's edge. A unique feature of this world-class course is elevated greens and tees not usually found on the other Lowcountry courses. It's a shot maker's delight.
    Crescent Pointe Golf Club
    1 Crescent Point Dr
    Bluffton, SC 29910
    This Arnold Palmer designed signature course will take your breath away! Spectacular marsh views. Magnificent, century-old oaks, pines and blossoming magnolias. Dramatic white-sand "beach bunkers" that cascade down the the water's edge. A unique feature of this world-class course is elevated greens and tees not usually found on the other Lowcountry courses. It's a shot maker's delight.
  • The golf course at Dolphin Head, designed by Gary Player in 1974, was the first course constructed in Hilton Head Plantation. Because of this fact, Player was able to utilize some of the best golfing property the Plantation had to offer. It boasts two very distinctive nine holes; the front nine, meandering through tall trees with Player’s signature bunkers and marshland coming into play on most of the holes, is a great opening nine. It plays short, but puts a premium on hitting fairways and greens, and is quite typical of many of the top courses on Hilton Head. The back nine, however, offers a much different look with open spaces and tall, old growth trees, giving Dolphin Head two very distinctive looks. Not many other facilities in the area are able to offer such an experience, making Dolphin Head one of the most unique golf courses in the Lowcountry.
    The golf course at Dolphin Head, designed by Gary Player in 1974, was the first course constructed in Hilton Head Plantation. Because of this fact, Player was able to utilize some of the best golfing property the Plantation had to offer. It boasts two very distinctive nine holes; the front nine, meandering through tall trees with Player’s signature bunkers and marshland coming into play on most of the holes, is a great opening nine. It plays short, but puts a premium on hitting fairways and greens, and is quite typical of many of the top courses on Hilton Head. The back nine, however, offers a much different look with open spaces and tall, old growth trees, giving Dolphin Head two very distinctive looks. Not many other facilities in the area are able to offer such an experience, making Dolphin Head one of the most unique golf courses in the Lowcountry.
  • Eagle's Pointe Golf Club
    1 Eagle Pointe Dr
    Bluffton, SC 29909
    Experience the beauty and challenge that 4-time Heritage Champion and PGA Champion Davis Love III brings to golf course design. A true and fair test of golf for players of all ability levels, Eagle's Pointe features wide, well-defined fairways, dramatic bunkering and magnificent undulating greens - all surrounded by the area's native grasses and towering pines. And as only Davis Love III would have it, Eagle's Pointe is a superbly-conditioned Par 71 course; playing 6,358 yards from the blue tees and a challenging 6,738 yards from the "Love III" championship tees.
    Eagle's Pointe Golf Club
    1 Eagle Pointe Dr
    Bluffton, SC 29909
    Experience the beauty and challenge that 4-time Heritage Champion and PGA Champion Davis Love III brings to golf course design. A true and fair test of golf for players of all ability levels, Eagle's Pointe features wide, well-defined fairways, dramatic bunkering and magnificent undulating greens - all surrounded by the area's native grasses and towering pines. And as only Davis Love III would have it, Eagle's Pointe is a superbly-conditioned Par 71 course; playing 6,358 yards from the blue tees and a challenging 6,738 yards from the "Love III" championship tees.
  • Golden Bear Golf Club
    72 Golden Bear Way
    Hilton Head Island, SC 29926
    This Nicklaus-designed golf course has quickly earned a name for itself as one of the top-rated layouts on an island of top-flight designs. Ever-present water and sand keep play interesting, but never penalizing...golfers will find the course puts a premium on strategy and finesse, rather than sheer power. Winding through a beautiful landscape of oak and pine woodlands, the Golden Bear is a fitting complement to the prestigious residential community of Indigo Run. It was awarded "America's Top 100 Courses Priced Under $100" by Travel and Leisure Magazine. The Golden Bear Clubhouse includes a golf shop and casual grill. The Golden Bear offers a state-of-the-art ProTrac GPS Electronic Caddy System on every cart. With many technological features, the system aids the golfer with full color features, such as overviews of each hole, pro tips on how to best play the hole, live scoring for groups and more!
    Golden Bear Golf Club
    72 Golden Bear Way
    Hilton Head Island, SC 29926
    This Nicklaus-designed golf course has quickly earned a name for itself as one of the top-rated layouts on an island of top-flight designs. Ever-present water and sand keep play interesting, but never penalizing...golfers will find the course puts a premium on strategy and finesse, rather than sheer power. Winding through a beautiful landscape of oak and pine woodlands, the Golden Bear is a fitting complement to the prestigious residential community of Indigo Run. It was awarded "America's Top 100 Courses Priced Under $100" by Travel and Leisure Magazine. The Golden Bear Clubhouse includes a golf shop and casual grill. The Golden Bear offers a state-of-the-art ProTrac GPS Electronic Caddy System on every cart. With many technological features, the system aids the golfer with full color features, such as overviews of each hole, pro tips on how to best play the hole, live scoring for groups and more!
  • Hilton Head National
    60 Hilton Head National Dr
    Bluffton, SC 29910

    Hilton Head National has proven to be one of the finest golf courses in the southeast. With eighteen holes designed by Gary Player and nine by Bobby Weed, this course will challenge the skills of both amateurs and professionals.

    Best summed up by one of the architects himself, " Challenging yet very playable, Hilton Head National takes its place near the top of the great golf courses of Hilton Head. The course sums up my design philosophy: minimal hazards in the line of play; slightly undulating rather than difficult greens; multiple tees for variety; bunkering that allows both professionals and amateurs equal opportunities."

    *Coming Soon- Carts will feature Visage system, offering a high resolution color image of each hole with yardages, 3D flyovers of every hole, electronic scoreboard, real time leaderboard for tournaments, and convenient food & beverge ordering.

    Hilton Head National
    60 Hilton Head National Dr
    Bluffton, SC 29910

    Hilton Head National has proven to be one of the finest golf courses in the southeast. With eighteen holes designed by Gary Player and nine by Bobby Weed, this course will challenge the skills of both amateurs and professionals.

    Best summed up by one of the architects himself, " Challenging yet very playable, Hilton Head National takes its place near the top of the great golf courses of Hilton Head. The course sums up my design philosophy: minimal hazards in the line of play; slightly undulating rather than difficult greens; multiple tees for variety; bunkering that allows both professionals and amateurs equal opportunities."

    *Coming Soon- Carts will feature Visage system, offering a high resolution color image of each hole with yardages, 3D flyovers of every hole, electronic scoreboard, real time leaderboard for tournaments, and convenient food & beverge ordering.

  • Old South Golf Links
    50 Buckingham Plantation Dr
    Bluffton, SC 29910

    At Old South Golf Links you will enjoy what every golfer comes to Hilton Head to find: fairways that wander through maritime forests and greens shining in the sun surrounded by beautiful lowcountry marshes. Designed by award-winning architect Clyde Johnston, Old South is a true championship course and a Golf Digest 4-star "Places to Play" award winner. Spectacular views across the marshes lining the Intracoastal Waterway grace six holes, giving golfers one of the most thrilling rounds in the area.

    Recently named 2011 - Lowcountry Golf Course of the Year and is a "Favorite Public Course in Hilton Head" in 2008, 2009 and 2010 in Hilton Head Monthly magazine.

    Old South features a full restaurant serving meals from open to close 7-days a week, outstanding practice and instructional facilities and true Southern hospitality. No wonder Old South Golf Links is considered by many golf vacationers as one of the premier golf experiences in Hilton Head.

    Old South Golf Links
    50 Buckingham Plantation Dr
    Bluffton, SC 29910

    At Old South Golf Links you will enjoy what every golfer comes to Hilton Head to find: fairways that wander through maritime forests and greens shining in the sun surrounded by beautiful lowcountry marshes. Designed by award-winning architect Clyde Johnston, Old South is a true championship course and a Golf Digest 4-star "Places to Play" award winner. Spectacular views across the marshes lining the Intracoastal Waterway grace six holes, giving golfers one of the most thrilling rounds in the area.

    Recently named 2011 - Lowcountry Golf Course of the Year and is a "Favorite Public Course in Hilton Head" in 2008, 2009 and 2010 in Hilton Head Monthly magazine.

    Old South features a full restaurant serving meals from open to close 7-days a week, outstanding practice and instructional facilities and true Southern hospitality. No wonder Old South Golf Links is considered by many golf vacationers as one of the premier golf experiences in Hilton Head.

  • Oyster Reef Golf Club
    155 High Bluff Road
    Hilton Head island, SC 29926
    Courses discounts for 3 or more rounds!

    Oyster Reef Golf Club, originally opened in 1982, proudly features an award winning 18-hole championship course. This Rees Jones design has been voted one of the top 20 courses in the Carolinas and most recently was awarded Low Country Golf Course Owners Association "2006 Golf Club of the Year". Oyster Reef Golf Club has also been named as one of the "Top 75 U.S. Golf Resorts" by Golf Digest and was named as the favorite course of Hilton Head Island golfers by The Island Packet.
    Oyster Reef Golf Club
    155 High Bluff Road
    Hilton Head island, SC 29926
    Courses discounts for 3 or more rounds!

    Oyster Reef Golf Club, originally opened in 1982, proudly features an award winning 18-hole championship course. This Rees Jones design has been voted one of the top 20 courses in the Carolinas and most recently was awarded Low Country Golf Course Owners Association "2006 Golf Club of the Year". Oyster Reef Golf Club has also been named as one of the "Top 75 U.S. Golf Resorts" by Golf Digest and was named as the favorite course of Hilton Head Island golfers by The Island Packet.
  • Palmetto Hall - Arthur Hills
    108 Fort Howell Dr
    Hilton Head island, SC 29926
    Opened in 1991, this Hills work was instantly dubbed a classic by Golf Magazine - rating it one of America's Top 10 new courses. Heavily wooded with towering pines and moss-draped oaks, the lush fairways roll past crystalline lakes. Protected greens, many edged with bunkers, provide a constant challenge. The signature hole, the par-4 18th, offers a daunting finish to a spectacular game.
    Palmetto Hall - Arthur Hills
    108 Fort Howell Dr
    Hilton Head island, SC 29926
    Opened in 1991, this Hills work was instantly dubbed a classic by Golf Magazine - rating it one of America's Top 10 new courses. Heavily wooded with towering pines and moss-draped oaks, the lush fairways roll past crystalline lakes. Protected greens, many edged with bunkers, provide a constant challenge. The signature hole, the par-4 18th, offers a daunting finish to a spectacular game.
  • Palmetto Hall - Robert Cupp
    108 Fort Howell Dr
    Hilton Head island, SC 29926
    Unique. Innovative. Eminently playable. The Robert Cupp course is a stunningly original design that tests the better player, but accommodates higher handicappers as well. Cupp, Golf World's former Architect of the Year, opened his signature course at Palmetto Hall, and the course continues to draw high praise for its flexibility, sound shot values and impeccable year-round conditioning.
    Palmetto Hall - Robert Cupp
    108 Fort Howell Dr
    Hilton Head island, SC 29926
    Unique. Innovative. Eminently playable. The Robert Cupp course is a stunningly original design that tests the better player, but accommodates higher handicappers as well. Cupp, Golf World's former Architect of the Year, opened his signature course at Palmetto Hall, and the course continues to draw high praise for its flexibility, sound shot values and impeccable year-round conditioning.
  • Robber's Row Golf Club at Port Royal
    10 Clubhouse Dr
    Hilton Head island, SC 29928
    Redesigned by world famous architect Pete Dye in 1994, this scenic course is cut through beautiful stands of magnolias and live oaks. Rich in history, Robber's Row is set atop former Civil War grounds on the marsh side of the plantation and features historical markers on several holes describing events relevant to the area. Although tee-shot landing areas are quite generous, approach shots require accuracy to the well-bunkered greens.
    Robber's Row Golf Club at Port Royal
    10 Clubhouse Dr
    Hilton Head island, SC 29928
    Redesigned by world famous architect Pete Dye in 1994, this scenic course is cut through beautiful stands of magnolias and live oaks. Rich in history, Robber's Row is set atop former Civil War grounds on the marsh side of the plantation and features historical markers on several holes describing events relevant to the area. Although tee-shot landing areas are quite generous, approach shots require accuracy to the well-bunkered greens.
  • Shipyard Golf Club
    45 Shipyard Dr
    Hilton Head island, SC 29928
    Courses discounts for 3 or more rounds!

    Adding to the beauty and character of the 27-holes of championship golf are many lagoons and ponds, which must be negotiated if you are to play to your handicap. The three courses offer four tee positions to accommodate all levels of play, and there are ample risk and reward situations to allow optimal scoring opportunities. Accurate tee shots and well-measured approaches are a must on this championship course. The greens are large and well bunkered, and their undulating surfaces demand a delicate, yet determined touch.

    Two of the three inter-connecting nines are combined for a unique and challenging 18-hole round. The original Clipper and Galleon courses create an exciting combination of long fairways and perilous hazards, while the Brigantine course winds its way around lagoons and breathtaking terrain.
    Shipyard Golf Club
    45 Shipyard Dr
    Hilton Head island, SC 29928
    Courses discounts for 3 or more rounds!

    Adding to the beauty and character of the 27-holes of championship golf are many lagoons and ponds, which must be negotiated if you are to play to your handicap. The three courses offer four tee positions to accommodate all levels of play, and there are ample risk and reward situations to allow optimal scoring opportunities. Accurate tee shots and well-measured approaches are a must on this championship course. The greens are large and well bunkered, and their undulating surfaces demand a delicate, yet determined touch.

    Two of the three inter-connecting nines are combined for a unique and challenging 18-hole round. The original Clipper and Galleon courses create an exciting combination of long fairways and perilous hazards, while the Brigantine course winds its way around lagoons and breathtaking terrain.
  • Barony Golf Club at Port Royal
    10 Grasslawn Ave
    Hilton Head Island, SC 29928
    Courses discounts for 3 or more rounds!

    Port Royal Golf & Racquet Club is located along the Atlantic coastline on the northwestern point of Hilton Head Island on the Port Royal Plantation along with the luxurious oceanfront Westin Resort (The Westin Resort, Hilton Head Island). In addition to being praised for its unrivaled golf, it is also well known as a world-class tennis destination. In 1997, Port Royal was recognized as a "Silver Medal Resort" by Golf Magazine for its three spectacular 18-hole golf courses: The Barony, Planter's Row, and Robber's Row.

    The course designers are George W. Cobb, Willard C. Byrd and Pete Dye. From the tee, many of the holes on Barony appear to be relatively open. But as you approach the green, the real challenge of the course becomes clear. The greens are small and protected by deep bunkers and Bermuda rough, demanding a deft touch with the medium and short irons. Indeed, this is a course where accuracy, not length, is paramount.
    Barony Golf Club at Port Royal
    10 Grasslawn Ave
    Hilton Head Island, SC 29928
    Courses discounts for 3 or more rounds!

    Port Royal Golf & Racquet Club is located along the Atlantic coastline on the northwestern point of Hilton Head Island on the Port Royal Plantation along with the luxurious oceanfront Westin Resort (The Westin Resort, Hilton Head Island). In addition to being praised for its unrivaled golf, it is also well known as a world-class tennis destination. In 1997, Port Royal was recognized as a "Silver Medal Resort" by Golf Magazine for its three spectacular 18-hole golf courses: The Barony, Planter's Row, and Robber's Row.

    The course designers are George W. Cobb, Willard C. Byrd and Pete Dye. From the tee, many of the holes on Barony appear to be relatively open. But as you approach the green, the real challenge of the course becomes clear. The greens are small and protected by deep bunkers and Bermuda rough, demanding a deft touch with the medium and short irons. Indeed, this is a course where accuracy, not length, is paramount.