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Below you will find a list of the finest golf courses the Lowcountry has to offer.  Though we try to provide the most accurate information possible, changes do occur with little or no notice. Please use the contact information provided to call the clubs for the most up-to-date information about rates and availability.  Thank you and enjoy!
Barony Course at Port Royal Golf Club
Barony Course at Port Royal Golf Club

Port Royal Plantation
10 Clubhouse Drive
T: 1.800.2FIND18

1963, George W. Cobb designed the 18 holes that make Barony golf course at Port Royal Golf Club.  Playing to just 5,964 yards from the regular tees, Barony is rewarding for golfers of all skill levels.  Generous fairways and a risk-reward approach to the greens are two features on the par-72 Cobb designed course.  From the tee, many of the holes on Barony appear to be relatively open.  However, the real challenge becomes apparent as you approach the small greens that are protected by deep bunkers, surrounded by Bermuda rough, and demanding a skillful touch with the medium and short irons.  The key to this course is accuracy and not length.  The back nine is a fine mix of long and short holes and is well known for its scenic beauty. 



Please call 800-2-FIND18
for current rates. 

Champ 6543 71.6 139
Back 6223 70.1 126
Middle 5964 69.0 122
Forward 5183 65.2 115
Robber's Row at Port Royal Golf Club Robber's Row at Port Royal Golf Club

Port Royal Plantation
10 Clubhouse Drive
T: 800.2.FIND.18

Re-designed by world-famous architect Pete Dye in 1994, Robber's Row is cut through beautiful stands of magnolias and live oaks.  This 6,657-yard par-72 course is an excellent course for intermediate golfers and is highlighted by a challenging quartet of excellent par-3 holes.  Those looking for a real challenge can move to the back tees and find a very fair, but stern test of golf.  The fairways dogleg from left to right, and water hazards come into play on several holes.  The real test on this course are its medium-sized, extremely undulating greens.  Although tee-shot landing areas are quite generous, approach shots require accuracy to the well-bunkered greens.  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. 


Please call 800-2-FIND18 for current rates.
Champ 6657 73.3 134
Back 6311 71.6 129
Middle 6011 70.3 116
Forward 4882 63.9 116

Planter's Row at Port Royal Golf Club
Planter's Row at Port Royal Golf Club

Port Royal Plantation
10 Clubhouse Drive
T: 1. 800.2.FIND.18

Planter's Row, also part of Port Royal Golf Club's 54-holes of legendary golf, served as the site of the Champions Tour Hilton Head Seniors International in 1985.  Willard Byrd's 18 holes offer a different look than its sister courses, presenting rolling, tree-lined fairways in a park-like setting.  Golfers need to stay focused as water comes into play on several holes.  The course's large and undulating greens require a skilled touch with the putter.  keeping the ball in play on this par-72, 6,625-yard course is essential to good scoring.  An excellent example of this is the 480-yard, par-5 18th hole.  The second shot must find a narrow landing area flanked by woods to the left and water to the right setting up a short pitch to an elevated well-bunkered green. 


Please call 800-2-FIND18 for current rates
Champ 6625 72.1 139
Back 6284 70.4 133
Middle 5920 68.7 129
Forward 5119 64.6 118
Shipyard Golf ClubShipyard Golf Club

Shipyard Plantation
45 Shipyard Drive

With Carolina pine trees, flowering magnolias and moss-draped oaks as its back drop, Shipyard Golf Club's 27-holes offer some of the most spectacular golf imaginable.  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.  The former home of the Hilton Head Seniors International from 1982 to 1984, Shipyard Golf Club was rated one of the finest layouts on the Champions TOUR.  Accurate tee shots and well-measured approaches are a must on this championship course.  The greens are large and well bunkered, and their undulation surfaces demand a delicate, yet determined touch.


Champ 6735 72.7 133
Back 6200 70.1 123
Middle 5859 68.9 119
Forward 5127 70.5 118
Champ 6855 73.3 138
Back 6356 70.8 129
Middle 5984 69.4 123
Forward 5202 70.5 121

Oyster Reef Golf Club Oyster Reef Golf Club

Hilton Head Plantation
155 High Bluff Road
T: 1. 800.2.FIND.18

Oyster Reef Golf Club opened in 1982 and was immediately recognized as one of the top 25 new courses in America.  This Rees Jones-design has been voted one of the top 20 courses in the Carolinas and enjoys a reputation as a favorite among Hilton Head Island golfers.  This 18-hole championship course offers 66 bunkers, which are well placed off the elevated tees and guard undulating 2 and 3-tiered greens.  Numerous dogleg fairways, accented by strategically located mounds and fairway bunkers, call for well-planned tee shots.  The greens vary in size and their well-defined tiers place a premium on precise approach shots.  Hole #6, a par-3, has been recognized by many as one of the most spectacular holes on Hilton Head and has been pictured on the cover of numerous golf magazines.


Please call 800-2-FIND18 for current rates 
Gold 7005 74.7 137
Blue 6440 72.2 124
White 6071 70.5 119
Ladies 5288 71.1 120

Robert Cupp Course at Palmetto HallRobert Cupp Course at Palmetto Hall

Palmetto Hall Plantation Club

Along with its sister course, designed by Arthur Hills, the Robert Cupp Course at Palmetto Hall is the latest addition to The Heritage Collection of courses on Hilton Head Island, immersed in Southern elegance and natural beauty, and a must-play for every golfer.  This course has always redefined conventional golf course architecture, thanks to the boldly original concept of its designer, former GolfWorld Architect of the Year Robert Cupp.  He plotted the course's original design on computer, with the finished product characterized by straight lines, sharp angles and unusual shapes.  That design was restored in 2005 when the greens were renovated on this Golf Digest 4-Star classic.  Still, the Cupp Course is extremely flexible with sound strategic values.  A strong challenge from the tips, it is eminently playable from the forward tees.  A truly unique experience, the Cupp course is, from a player's standpoint, refreshingly new and great fun to play for all skill levels.


Please call 1-800-2-FIND18 for rates and seasonal specials.  Non-guest tee time policy up to 90 days in advance. Walking permitted at all times.  Palmetto Hall is a Softspikes facility. 
Champ 7079 75.2 144
Back 6522 72.3 136
Middle 6042 69.2 125
Forward 5220 71.1 126
Arthur Hills Course at Palmetto HallArthur Hills Course at Palmetto Hall

Palmetto Hall Plantation Club
108 Fort Howell Dr. 800.2.FIND.18

Along with its sister course, designed by Robert Cupp,  the Arthur Hills Course at Palmetto Hall is the latest addition to The Heritage Collection of courses on Hilton Head Island, immersed in Southern Elegance and natural beauty, and a must-play for every golfer.  The Arthur Hills Course showcases Hills' trademark undulating fairways, gracefully flowing across the naturally rolling contours of the Lowcountry, winding through deep thickets of moss-draped oaks and towering pines, with protected greens- many edged with bunkers- and strategic water hazards.  20,000 square-feet were added to the putting surfaces in a 2005 renovation of this Golf Digest 4-1/2-Star gem, restoring the large greens to Hills' original design.  Most memorable is the large lake bordering the difficult dogleg-left finishing hole, a fabulous par-4.  Four different tee positions comfortably accommodate any golfer and offer four distinct, yet always challenging, golfing experiences.


Please call 1-800-2-FIND18 for current rates.
Champ 6918 73.7 136
Blue 6582 72.3 131
White 6257 71.0 127
Forward 4956 70.6 123

George Fazio Course - Palmetto DunesGeorge Fazio Course - Palmetto Dunes

Palmetto Dunes
(843) 785-1138   
(866) 400-7931

Having appeared on Golf Digest's list of America's 100 best, the par-70 George Fazio Course offers a stimulating challenge to golfers.  With only two par-5s, the heart of the course lies in a series of long par-4s, beginning with the 432-yard first hole and ending with the 462-yard 18th.  The fairways are open and roll gently on the front nine, while the back nine becomes tighter and more sever, demanding good position off the tee.  The Fazio is an exhilarating layout, long regarded as the island's truest championship challenge.  The four tee positions allow you to choose the right course for your game: From beginner to advanced golfers, the "Fazio Challenge" is a great experience.


Please call for rates and seasonal specials. Non-guest tee time policy up to 60 days in advance. Walking permitted at all times. Palmetto Dunes is a Softspikes facility. Now exclusively offering Birdie Balls on the driving range!
Champ 6873 73.9 135
Back 6534 71.8 132
Middle 6239 70.2 126
Forward 5273 70.8 127

Old South Golf Links Old South Golf Links

Old South- Hwy 278 (Across from Moss Creek)
(843) 785-5353 
(800) 257-8997

Award-winning golf course architect Clyde Johnston designed Old South Golf Links in keeping with the natural landscape.  "Old South Golf Links was created in order to provide an enjoyable yet challenging golf game, and to preserve the natural beauty of the land," said Johnston.  "I felt that this was an opportunity to allow the golfer to experience up-close the uniqueness of the site, its natural amenities and spectacular views."  Old South Golf Links is open to the public seven days a week.  There is a clubhouse, restaurant and award-winning golf shop on site to meet all your golfing needs.  Old South... a Golf Digest "Places to Play" four-star property.


Please call for current rates. All rates include cart and taxes. 
Champ 6772 73.3 141
Back 6354 70.4 130
Middle 5779 69.3 120
Ladies* 4776 69.6 123

Ocean Course - The Sea Pines Ocean Course - The Sea Pines

The Sea Pines Resort
(843) 842-8484
(800) 732-7463

Hilton Head's first golf course has been personally redesigned by Mark McCumber, emphasizing the traditional and classic principles of course design.  He has built interest, challenge and strategy into the course while preserving the natural beauty of Sea Pines. The course is a certified "Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary," only the fourth in South Carolina & 187th in the world to achieve this designation.  No matter how many times you've played the Ocean Course, your next round will be a new experience. The varying sets of tees and the placement of hazards ensure the course is challenging but playable for golfers of every skill level. Says McCumber, "Playability and golf strategy are basic to how we design our courses. The challenge is to match these considerations with aesthetics and the natural environment.


Please call 1-800-955-8337 for current rates. 
McCumber 6906 73.4 142
Champ 6493 71.5 135
White 6172 70.4 123
Green 5325 71.1 124

Harbour Town Golf LinksHarbour Town Golf Links

The Sea Pines Resort
(843) 842-8484  (800) 732-7463

Home of the prestigious PGA TOUR event, The Verizon Heritage each April, Harbour Town is perennially ranked among the top golf courses in the world.  Good scoring depends on finesse and shot-making rather than strength.  Well-placed tee shots and approaches are requisites for good scoring, and the well-protected greens are among the smallest of any tournament course in the country.  Harbour Town's set of par-3s ranks among the finest in the world, and its par-4 18th hole is one of the most feared in all of golf, particularly when the wind is blowing off Calibogue Sound.  One of Pete Dye's crowning achievements as a golf course designer, Harbour Town is an innovative masterpiece and a favorite among PGA TOUR pros.  Dye returned to oversee a complete restoration of Harbour Town Golf Links in 2000.


Please call 800-955-8337 for current rates.
Heritage 6973 75.2 146
Champ 6603 72.9 139
White 6040 69.9 130
Green 5208 70.7 124

Executive Golf Club

Bluffton, SC
(843) 686-6400
(843) 837-6400

Exquisite and unique is how to describe Executive Golf Club.  The course has just been renovated and offers a golfing experience like no other.  The Executive Golf Club is nestled within the tall pines and majestic oaks here in the Lowcountry.  The course consists of nine challenging holes playing more than 1,400 yards.  The six par-3s and three par-4s provide an opportunity for golfers to play different shots using every club in the bag.  The large and undulating greens will let you test your putting skills.  The Executive Golf Club strives to remain the leader in providing "Golf for the Family." Whether a beginner, junior, lady, senior, advanced player or that family out for some great fun, there's nowhere more exciting than the Executive Golf Club.  The club is located in Bluffton two minutes from Hilton Head Island inside the entrance to Hilton Head national.


9 Holes

Summer: $29.00
Seniors: $17.50
Juniors: $17.5

Blue 3330
White 2886
Red 2360

Eagle's Pointe Golf ClubEagle's Pointe Golf Club

Eagle's Pointe
(888) 325-1833
(843) 686-4457 
(843) 757-5900

Conveniently located on Highway 278 just seven miles west of the bridge to Hilton head, Eagle's Pointe Golf Club was designed by five-time Heritage champion Davis Love III.  The hallmarks of Eagle's Pointe are its classic risk-reward design, natural beauty, strategy, variety and superb conditioning, along with outstanding customer service.  Winding through moss-draped live oaks and pines and freshwater wetlands and lagoons, Eagle's Pointe's spacious corridors allow golfers to keep driver  in hand, while its dramatic bunkering, unique green sites and contoured putting surfaces combine to create one of the most exciting venues in the Lowcountry.


Please call the golf shop 24 hrs. a day for current rates and specials (843) 757-5900
Love III 6782 72.5 130
Blue 6399 70.0 126
White 6026 68.2 117
Red 5210 69.8 119

Crescent Pointe Golf Club Crescent Pointe Golf Club

Crescent Pointe
(888) 292-7778
(843) 341-2500 
(843) 706-2600

Arnie is back with a masterpiece!  Located minutes west of the bridge to Hilton head, Crescent Pointe is a world-class Arnold palmer "Signature Course" situated on a spectacular piece of property that highlights the beauty of the Lowcountry.  Marsh views, manicured conditioning and dramatic shot-making opportunities make this course a "must play."  Palmer Design took full advantage of the sensational property, adding graceful elevations and rolling terrain not usually founds in the area.  Add the grand oaks, pines and magnolias, and you have a setting that can't help but inspire!


Please call the golf shop 24 hrs. a day for current rates and specials
Palmer 6772 72.9 137
Blue 6399 70.9 130
White 5987 68.5 125
Red 5219 70.2 124

Hilton Head NationalHilton Head National

Hwy 278, 1.5 miles from the bridge.
(843) 842-5900

Hilton Head National is one of the best 27-hole championship golf courses....on or off the Island.  The only thing that surrounds our course is nature...golf as it is meant to be played! No Homes, No traffic noise, No construction. Just a quiet, peaceful round of golf at fair prices.  Lowcountry golf at its finest.  This award-winning championship course has established itself as one of Hilton Head's best...a superbly conditioned and diversified layout.  Locals and visitors alike have make Hilton Head national the "must play" while in the area.  Hilton Head National was designed by golf legend Gary Player and renowned golf architect Bobby Weed.  Hilton Head National is a public daily-fee golf facility owned by Scratch Golf, LLC.


Public play welcome. Multi-round packages available. Call the Pro Shop for current rates and tee times.
Black 3361 72.0 128
Blue 3126 69.3 124
White 2793 66.0 115
Red 2307 66.2 106

Sun City, Hilton HeadSun City, Hilton Head

Hidden Cypress Golf Club
(866) 705-4999 
(843) 705-4999

Okatie Creek Golf Club
(866) 705-4653 
(843) 705-4653

Described as classic and traditional by it's designer, PGA TOUR professional Mark McCumber, the Okatie Creek Golf Club makes use of the natural contours of the land as it winds through the abundant Southern pines and marshes of South Carolina's Lowcountry.  "This is a wonderful setting for golf... the course is challenging without being overbearing... Okatie Creek is a classic course players will find fun, not frustrating," says McCumber.  Five sets of tees provide everyone with a fair test of golf and they allow players of all abilities to enjoy their round, and the choice of "attack or relax" for their style of play.  

Hidden Cypress Golf Club, also designed by McCumber, was designed with all playing levels in mind, from the abundant choice of tees to play to the challenging placement of hazards.  The course has retained it's Lowcountry character by lining the rolling fairways with trees.  With it's well-guarded greens and diverse terrain, Hidden Cypress is on the list of "must play" courses for the area.  Both courses are inside the gates of Sun City Hilton Head located 13 miles from the Hilton Head bridge on Hwy 278.  Visitor tee times can be make 48-hours in advance.


Okatie 6724 71.9 130
Tourn 6432 69.4 118
Middle 5955 68.8 117
Club 5348 63.9 103
Forward 4763 65.7 104
Black 6946 73.4 133
Gold 6541 71.7 129
Silver 5974 68.9 118
Cypress 5568 66.8 115
Coral 4984 68.3 114

Golden Bear Golf Club at Indigo RunGolden Bear Golf Club at Indigo Run

Indigo Run
(843) 689-2200

Since its opening in 1992, the Golden Bear Golf Club at Indigo Run has become a "must play" on Hilton Head Island.  It has rapidly gained a reputation as one of the island's most challenging and enjoyable tests of golf.  This Nicklaus-designed course is well known for its Lowcountry beauty and its wide variety of shot-making requirements.  Travel and Leisure Magazine recently awarded the Golden Bear Golf Club one of "America's Top 100 value courses."  The Golden Bear is the only course on the island to offer a state-of-the-art ParView GPS Electronic Caddy system on every cart.  With many technological features, this system aids the golfer with full color features, such as overviews of each hole, pro tips on how to best play the hole, current pin placement, live scoring for groups and more!


Please call the Pro Shop for current rates. PM rates available. Group & Package rates available. We specialize in tournaments and outings. 
Grizzly 7014 73.7 132
Kodiak 6693 72.2 125
Golden 6184 69.4 119
Polar 5677 73.7 129
Koala 4974 69.3 120

Country Club of Hilton HeadCountry Club of Hilton Head

Hilton Head Island, SC
Beaufort County
(843) 681-4653

Designed by the "Open Doctor," Rees Jones, and chosen as local qualifying site for the 1999 and 2005 U.S. Opens, the Country Club of Hilton Head sets itself apart with a variety of golf holes you might not expect to see in the lowcountry.  A challenging, but fair layout with five sets of tees, the course presents distinct views with 13 doglegs and water on almost every hole.  And superb bunkering and elevated greens present every player unique opportunities to test his or her skills.  Treat yourself to a memorable country club golf experience this season and see why we are recognized as a "must play" on Hilton Head Island and rated 4-stars by Golf Digest.  Hit 'em straight!


June 1 - September/30: $105
Gold 6919 74.0 138
Blue 6543 72.4 135
White 6162 70.6 129
Green 5658 68.7 120
Red 5373 71.3 123

Daufuskie Island Resort Daufuskie Island Resort

Daufuskie Island Resort & Breathe Spa
(843) 341-4810  
(888) 909-4653

Daufuskie Island Resort and breathe Spa's two fabulous 18 hole championship courses, Bloody Point and  the Melrose Course are accessible only by boat from Hilton Head, making them all the more worth the trip.  The Melrose Course is a Jack Nicklaus Signature course offering challenging play and stunning views of the Lowcountry.  The front nine sweeps into the heart of the island through lush woods, moss-laden oaks, black lagoons and salt marshes.  The final three holes of the back nine run along the Atlantic Ocean, with an 18th hole that seems to plunge into the sea.  

Bloody Point was brought to life by the talents of Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, and is every bit as challenging as its name.  The layout is open and panoramic.  your shot-making ability will be tested, especially when the wind blows in off the Atlantic Ocean or the Mungen River.  For tee times and special overnight golf packages, please call our reservations office at 800-648-6778.


Gold 7081 74.2 138
Blue 6688 72.4 130
White 6245 70.3 121
Red 5575 72.3 126
Gold 6900 73.2 135
Blue 6470 72.0 128
White 5940 69.2 119
Red 5220 69.7 126

Information courtesy of Golfer's Guide® www.Golfersguide.com