A 60-mile golfing paradise
Occupying an area of just 60 miles and accessible via a bridge from the mainland, Hilton Head Island has more than justified its place amongst the hottest golfing destinations in the world. The year-round seasonality, unbelievable quality and ease of accessibility to some of the East Coast’s best courses make Hilton Head Island a must-visit during your golfing lifetime.
Why play golf in Hilton head?
- Easily accessible via a direct flight into Charleston followed by a 2 hour transfer
- Home of the famous Harbour Town Golf Links - a regular on the PGA TOUR schedule
- Dine in the Harbour under the famous Lighthouse overlooking the Calibogue Sound waterway
- Stunning white-sand beaches are the norm in Hilton Head
Follow in the footsteps of the PGA TOUR at Harbour Town Golf Links
Year in, year out, Harbour Town Links at the Sea Island Resort is talked about as one of the PGA TOUR players’ favourite stops thanks to its incredible condition. This strategic layout has been dominated by some of the best short game specialists on the planet, with Matt Kuchar, Jim Furyk and Brandt Snedeker frequently topping the leaderboard. Interestingly, it’s one of only a handful of PGA TOUR regular stops not won by Tiger Woods!
Joining Harbour Town Golf Links on at the Sea Island Resort are the Heron Point and Atlantic Dunes layouts. With all three fabulous courses on-site, the Sea Island Resort is an ideal location for a stay and play break in South Carolina.
In addition to the Sea Island Resort, the Omni Hilton Oceanfront Resort also offers 3 fantastic golf courses as part of the Palmetto Dunes community. Play at either the Robert Trent Jones Oceanfront Course, the George Fazio Golf Course or the Arthur Hills Golf Course with the Oceanfront Course our particular favourite!
Stay & play in Hilton Head
Discover pristine beaches and even better golf
Situated just off the mainland and famed for its white sandy beaches and nature trails, Hilton Head Is the ideal destination to escape the crowds and relax on the tranquil fairways. The island has a rare tropical feel to it transporting golfers to an exotic paradise.
Also known for its Atlantic Ocean beaches, Hilton Head has a lot to offer golfers both on and off the course with plenty of beaches, bars and restaurants to take advantage of. What’s more, the golf resorts on the island are unrivalled, offering all the leisure facilities necessary for a relaxing golf holiday.
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Stay and play in a world-class resort
With the likes of the luxurious Westin Hilton Head Resort and the Omni Oceanfront, accommodation on the island is unparalleled. Both resorts offer stylish, elegant rooms, lavish spas and outdoor swimming pools to cool down in after a day on the sun-soaked fairways.
The world-renowned Sea Pines Resort and Palmetto Dunes should not be overlooked both offering unmatched hospitality and service.