Hampton Hall Club

Hampton Hall Club

Posted on March 28, 2011 by golfzoo

The Hampton Hall Club has been considered as one of Pete Dye’s signature courses that have become a constant tourist magnet. Considered as one of Hilton Head’s “player friendly golf course”, this exciting escape has been attracting all sorts of guests coming from almost all corners of the globe. Set right in the very heart of the magnificent Village, golfers of all skill levels can take advantage of the well-designed golf holes masterfully incorporated on the vast terrains of Hilton Head. From the back tees, the course plays at 7,489 yards. And unlike any other courses in the area, Hampton Hall provides the riskier and scarier options.

Although the Hampton Hall Club offers the limited access to the public, the layout has always been a top choice for golfers. Dye created the unique safe routes all the way to the greens. The Par-4, 470-yard hole #5 features a lake that extends towards the greens and is guarded by a repelling mound. And while approaching the end of the round, the final hole offers the excellent 495-yard closing. It features unseen wetlands, narrow fairways and ditch, and an elongated green that can be very demanding even for the accomplished golfers. And for those who have just started golfing, the place features a comprehensive practice facility where budding golf enthusiasts can work on with their strategies.

What makes the Hampton Hall Club an interesting place to visit is that it provides plenty of room for almost everyone. Guests can take advantage of the array of facilities including a Health and Fitness Center, a European-style Clubhouse, and a casual pub & grille. An extensive veranda that overlooks the lake is also featured where guests can spend intimate moments with loved ones. Book with golf vacation experts now and experience an exciting golf escape of a lifetime.


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