Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort

The Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort has been considered as among South Carolina’s world-class golf resorts that offer exceptional golf experiences. Perfectly nestled on a natural coastal sea island, three famed golf architects created their own unique golf masterpieces that have been attracting golfers from almost all parts of the globe. The unparalleled and unique design of each layout that blended well with quality customer service made this amazing golf haven a must visit in South Carolina. With the superb golf courses and truly unique golfing experience, Palmetto Dunes takes pride on being one of the world’s best golf vacation destinations. The “25 Best Family Golf Resorts” by Golf for Women Magazine, “Places to Play” by Fodor’s Golf Digest, and the “Country’s Top 75 Resorts” by Golf Magazine are some of the citations that the resort boasts about.

The Arthur Hills Course provides guests with the thoughtful blend of splendor and contest. The layout features the strands of the palmetto trees that line the fairways built on the succession of rolling dunes. To add up to the challenge, the ocean breezes get into play in almost all holes that would require precision and accuracy. The course is also being highlighted by the Historic Leamington Lighthouse.

The Fazio Course on the other hand is among Hilton Head’s most challenging championship layout as regarded by many golfers. The course was also ranked as one of “America’s Top 100 Courses” designed by George Fazio, a fabled golf architect. Being the island’s only par 70 course, golfers are required to have the combination of precise golf shots and long play.

And finally, the Jones Course which has been considered as among the classical works of the legendary golf course designer Robert Trent Jones. The layout features the generous landing areas as well as the well-trapped greens with a lagoon system that winds through the majority of the layout’s 18 holes. When at play at the signature 10th hole, golfers will have the best views of the Atlantic.

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