Believe it or not, winter can be the perfect time for a golfing getaway in Hilton Head. The blistering heat has subsided, and the weather can be perfect to be outdoors. Those who spend summers vacationing have gone back home, leaving the beautiful island of Hilton Head, which happens to have plenty of excellent golf courses, all to you. Where should you golf first? Here are a few packages to take a look at.
Located at the Sea Pines Resort, you will be able to play 18 holes (with a par 71) on a course whose design consultant was Jack Nicklaus himself! Celebrate the course’s 50th anniversary while checking out the iconic Hilton Head surroundings, including the famous Harbour Town Lighthouse. If you’ve come to Hilton Head to golf, be sure one of their numerous golf packages gets on your list.
At Hilton Head Plantation, you will find Dolphin Head, 18 holes of a 72 par designed by Gary Player. What makes this course unique is how it incorporates many of the area’s natural surroundings as the obstacles. Instruction is available to help golfers of just about any skill level enjoy themselves. Make plans to enjoy a vacation package any time of year.
If you’ve come to stay at Palmetto Dunes, you can’t leave without playing a round at Arthur Dunes. This course highlights the true beauty of South Carolina, which may or may not distract you from the challenging level of the course. As one of the newer courses on the island, (built in 1986), Arthur Dunes allows you to experience some other newer advances in golf, such as autonomous caddie units. Find packages or instruction to fit your needs.
No matter if you choose a package, or you just bring your clubs down to explore the courses you find on the island, there’s no doubt you’ll find a favorite before too long. Keep it in mind and make it an annual trip!