Barony Golf Club

The Barony Golf Course at Hilton Head’s Port Royal Golf and Racquet Club has been considered as among South Carolina’s must try layouts. This 18-hole public golf facility has been consistent in attracting all sorts of guests whether golfing or not. Since the course’s inception way back in 1963, golfers of all ability levels flock this startling golf vacation escape to have the fair test in golf. The golf course, challenging as it can be, was given a course rating of 71.2 and a 124 slope rating. And from the longest tee, golfers are provided with the Par-72, 6,530 yards of play.

Being a George W. Cobb masterpiece, the Barony Golf Club is also considered as one of the island’s finest courses. With the variety of tees that golfers can choose from, this golf layout will surely bring out the best of what a real golfer can be. While on play, the golfers will bump into the wide fairways and Bermuda grass greens guarded by rough and bunkers. If there is one thing that will contribute to a successful golf round at the Barony, that would be accuracy. And to make a balance of challenge and relaxation, the back nine provides the perfect ambiance where guests can loosen up with the picturesque views around.

At the Barony Golf Club, there is always plenty of room for everyone and not just for golfers at heart. Aside from nature’s finest beauty, this golf escape is also being highlighted by a gorgeous club house that goes with added amenities including a restaurant and a pro shop. For those who are yet to discover their golfing potentials, the Hilton Head Island School of Golf can also be located within the premises. Look for affordable golf vacation packages now and make your dream vacations come to reality.

 

 

 

 

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