Hilton Head Island Golf Scene

  • Old South

    Lowcountry’s Most Underrated Gem? Old South has now been around long enough to actually be taken for granted. Now a teenager, this Golf Digest 4-Star masterpiece from renowned architect Clyde Johnston fits into the Lowcountry landscape so seamlessly that it is sometimes forgotten onhe list of great area layouts, even though its location just off the ...

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  • Heron Point by Pete Dye

    Pete Dye Returns to The Sea Pines Resort to Create His Newest Masterpiece With every new golf course comes the dream of setting the course record. Pete Dye’s return to The Sea Pines Resort to create the “new” Heron Point by Pete Dye gives us all the chance to challenge a course record every time we experience it. Probably not ...

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  • Hilton Head - The Golf Island

    Though it is the second largest barrier island on the U.S. Atlantic Coast, Hilton Head Island still covers only 42-square miles. Yet 23 golf courses cover the island, and with the growth off-islnd in Bluffton and the neighboring Lowcountry, there are a multitude of opportunities to play award-winning courses designed by the renowned architects of our time. ...

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  • The Two Faces of Arthur Hills

    Ask Arthur Hills about the two Hilton Head Island courses that bare his name, and watch as a wry smile comes across his face and his eyeslight up. Not only because they are among two of the finest public courses found in one  of the fine t golf destinations in the world, but because of their importance to a distinguished golf architectural care ...

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  • Hilton Head National

    Legendary Hall of Famer Gary Player might be just as accomplished as a story teller. Asked once about his incredible energy and lust for life, he said, “because once you sit on your backside, you die. I’ve got to keep active, it’s what keeps me young ” With an attitude like that, it’s easy to believe him when he first saw the ...

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  • Golf Tips From The Golf Academy at The Sea Pines Resort

    2 x 4 Drill for Putting Take a 2 x 4, about 6 inches in length; place it on its side along the left edge of the hole. With the heel of the putter against the board, place the ball even with the sweet spot on the putter, about 4 inches from the ole. Stroke the putt without the heel leaving the board. This will help your stroke to go straight back and st ...

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  • Palmetto Hall Dynamic Duo Joins Heritage Collection

    The renowned Arthur Hills and Robert Cupp at Palmetto Hall are coming out of hiding. Still tucked away at the north end of Hilton Head Island, these two gems have long been considered the Island’s best-kept golf secrets, the kind o experience you had to go looking for to find. But with the recent acquisition of the Palmetto Hall Plantation ...

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  • Heritage Golf Group

    The folks at the Heritage Golf Group promised to build on the rich tradition of each of their unique properties when they first came to Hilton Head Island late in 2004. Not satisfied with 99 holes of golf when they arrived on the island, they added te two 4-Star Palmetto Hall Plantation Club courses in ’05 and also did extensive renovations on their ...

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  • Robert Trent Jones Oceanfront

    In need of a renovation to ensure its future, the legendary Robert Trent Jones Oceanfront Golf Course returned to its past, and the results have proven you can, indeed, improve upon perfection. As one of the first golf courses built on Hilton Had Island more than three decades ago, Robert Trent Jones Oceanfront has been one of the most revered and s ...

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  • Country Club of Hilton Head

    Most of us like to think we age like fine wine, becoming better, classier, more interesting as we mature. And while the wine analogy works in the sense that we’re likely more full-bodied 20 years after our debut as adults, most of us have to admit were a little more frayed around the edges, not quite as enthusiastic, maybe not even as much fun as we ...

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