Robber's Row Course, Port Royal Golf Club
Hilton Head, USA
Robber's Row Course Overview
The other onsite George W. Cobb and Willard C. Byrd masterpiece at Port Royal Golf Club, the Robber’s Row course is the younger of the two. Opening in 1967 it is another great test of golf that will require a certain level of skill with both the short- and long-game. Similar in length to the Barony Course at 6,657 yards, the Robber’s Row Course is characterized by its wide, generous fairways which lead to well-protected quick greens. Robber’s Row features fantastic views of civil war markers, demonstrating the historical roots of Hilton Head Island.
The course underwent a redesign in 1994 by world-famous golf architect Pete Dye, who made the course more challenging, adding in trees and re-locating bunkers throughout the course, while still maintaining the original look and feel that George W. Cobb and William Byrd had intended.
The 10th Hole of Robber’s Row is a 441-yard par-4, which is a tricky dogleg from left to right. A tee shot favoring the right half of the fairway helps to shorten the hole, and the right side of the green should then be favored as the natural undulations will gather approach shots into where the flag is usually located.
Accommodation near Robber's Row Course
The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort and Spa
The Westin at Hilton Head boasts some of the best views of the Atlantic Ocean you are likely to see in the USA. The resort offers golfers a bit of everything, with numerous activities and four quality courses in close proximity.
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- Driving Range
- Par 3 Course
- Practice Area
- Golf Buggies
- Pro Shop
- Putting Green(s)
- Golf Tuition