Hilton Head Island provides the perfect location for a golfing retreat. A quiet corner of South Carolina, with a laid-back, vacation atmosphere. This paradise Island offers beaches, restaurants, and luxury accommodations, with close proximity to vibrant Savannah. Above all, Hilton Head Island offers great golf.
Even PGA Tour professionals love to unwind here the week after the Masters when the Island hosts the RBC Heritage golf tournament.
Harbour Town Golf Links at Sea Pines Resort is the jewel in the crown of Hilton Head Island. The only PGA Tour venue in South Carolina, it offers true test of golf. Shot making, accuracy, and finesse are required on this Pete Dye design. However, given this course layout is not centered around length, unlike most Tour venues, it provides an equal test for long and short hitters alike.
Iconic par 3’s are what its course is best known for, but the par 4 18th, with the famous red and white striped Harbour Town Lighthouse as the backdrop, is the most recognizable feature of Harbour Town Golf Links.
Sitting mid-island on the shores of the Atlantic, the beautiful Palmetto Dunes resort offers an abundance of facilities including 3 championship golf courses.
The Robert Trent Jones Course was originally opened in 1968, the course was redeveloped in the early 2000’s to become the stunning layout it is today.
Palmetto Dunes is also home to the George Fazio course, rated among America’s Top 100, and the Arthur Hills, another of South Carolina’s top rated.
Hilton Head Island offers a range of great courses, providing the perfect opportunity to enjoy a golf break with a variety of layouts and tests to experience.
Hilton Head National Golf Club located in Bluffton, just 1 mile from the bridge to the Island. Designed partly by Garry Player, it is guaranteed to be in immaculate condition year-round.
Weave through pine forests and waterways at the stunning Country Club of Hilton Head and immerse yourself in nature at Haig Point Golf Club, located on Daufuskie Island, just across the sound from Harbour Town.
The Sea Pines Resort
3 rounds of golf, 4 nights accommodation
Signature Double Queen at The Inn & Club
Golf at Harbour Town Golf Links, Heron Pointe & Atlantic Dunes
Sightseeing and restaurant recommendations
Price from $1,510 per person
Based on 2 golfers sharing a double/twin room
Off peak season (December)
All taxes and fees included
Price excludes flights, airport transfers and caddies
All rates are subject to change without prior notice and vary according to seasonality and hotel or golf course availability.
Travel insurance is always recommended.
Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort offers a range of luxury accommodations, with pools, tennis courts, and beach access to keep you entertained between golf.
Hilton Head Island also offers a range of condos and villas suitable for couples and small groups, there are larger private houses that provide an ideal and well-equipped option for larger groups.
Located just 30 miles from downtown Savannah, you can combine your golf break with a tour of this historic city and a flavor of southern hospitality. With beautiful architecture, elegant townhouses, and greenspaces filled with giant Oaks, Savannah offers a real and unique charm.
Enjoy dinner at some of the city’s best establishments, visit the Historic district filled with quaint stores, bars, and restaurants. Relax in Forsyth park, check out the paddle steamers on river street, and tour the prohibition museum to understand how bootleggers lead to the birth of NASCAR.
A short transfer from Savannah Airport/Hilton Head International Airport, Hilton Head Island is also only a 2-hour drive from Charleston International Airport. Consider combining a trip to Hilton Head with a tour of Charleston and famous courses in the area, including Kiawah Island.
Premier Golf will arrange your golf vacation for you, including tee times, accommodation, and transfers. We’ll also provide restaurant and sightseeing recommendations for your stay
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According to the Hilton Head Island website, there are more than 26 championship golf courses on Hilton Head Island, both public and private.
Yes, you can drive golf carts on Hilton Head Island, but only on public roads with a posted speed limit of 35 mph or less, with a valid driver’s license, a South Carolina golf cart permit, and obeying traffic laws. Golf carts aren’t allowed on beaches or bike pathways.
Yes, you can rent golf carts at Hilton Head on the day of golfing.
You can book a stay and play at Hilton Head Island via our Hilton Head Island package, which includes 3 rounds of golf and 4 nights of accommodation.
We recommend playing at the most famous golf course, Harbour Town Golf Links and Heron Pointe Atlantic Dunes.