A golfing paradise on the South Carolina coast
Hilton Head Island has more than justified its place among 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. At just 12 miles long, Hilton Head Island has one of the highest densities of golf courses in the world, meaning you will have plenty of choices on your trip.
Why play golf in Hilton head?
- Home of the famous Harbour Town Golf Links - a regular on the PGA TOUR schedule
- Nearly 12 miles of white sand beaches to relax and unwind
- From PGA TOUR venues to waterfront courses, Hilton Head has it all
- Located close to Savannah, GA, perfect for a day-trip
Follow in the footsteps of the PGA TOUR at Harbour Town Golf Links
Year in and year out, Harbour Town Golf Links at Sea Pines Resort is talked about as one of the PGA TOUR players’ favorite stops thanks to its incredible conditioning. Interestingly, it’s one of only a handful of PGA TOUR regular stops not won by Tiger Woods. A Pete Dye design with assistance from Jack Nicklaus, Harbour Town Golf Links is surely one to tick-off the bucket list.
Joining the famed course at Sea Pines Resort are the Heron Point and Atlantic Dunes layouts. In fact, Atlantic Dunes is the oldest course on the island and one of two Hilton Head courses with holes that play along the ocean. With all three fabulous courses onsite, Sea Pines Resort is an ideal location for a stay and play trip.
In addition to Sea Pines Resort, the three courses at Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort are considered by many to be equally challenging and enjoyable. Play at either the George Fazio course, the Arthur Hills course or the Robert Trent Jones course, the second course on the island that has holes next to the ocean.
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Discover pristine beaches & even better golf
Situated just off the mainland and famed for its white sand beaches and nature trails, Hilton Head is the ideal destination to relax on the tranquil fairways and explore all the island has to offer. Experience the Lowcountry at its finest in Hilton Head.
Hilton Head has a lot to offer golfers both on and off the course with plenty of beaches, bars, restaurants and shopping to take advantage of. Additionally, the resorts on the island are unrivaled, offering all the amenities and recreation opportunities necessary for a relaxing golf vacation.
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Stay at a world-class resort
With the likes of the luxurious The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa and the Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort, accommodation on the island is unparalleled. Both resorts offer stylish and elegant hotel-style rooms, lavish spas and outdoor swimming pools to cool down in after a day on the sun-soaked fairways. Additionally, the Inn & Club at Harbour Town inside Sea Pines Resort offers guests 5-star accommodations in a hotel-style setting.
For larger groups or those wanting a "home away from home" experience, the homes and villas at Sea Pines Resort and Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort should not be overlooked, both offering unmatched hospitality and service with your own private kitchen, living room, separate bedrooms and outdoor seating area.