Palmetto Hall – Robert Cupp Course

Eminently playable, unique, and innovative are some of the many things that best describes the Palmetto Hall- Robert Cupp Course. This 18-hole golf facility in Hilton Head was designed by one of world’s top golf course designer – Robert Cupp. He was named as “Golf Architect of the Year” by Golf Word in 1992, a year prior to the opening of this semi-private club. What makes this golf course naturally attractive to both the local and foreign guests is that Cupp masterfully crafted the perfect mix of style and challenges. The layout was even considered as one of South Carolina’s toughest.

The Palmetto Hall – Robert Cupp Course offers all sorts of guests the fairest test in golf. From the back tees, the layout plays the demanding 7,079 yards with a 149 slope rating and a course rating of 75.6 for a Par 72. Some of the added features that create an ideal golfing experience include the diverse sand traps that were geometrically shaped, straight lines, and the sharp angles. The rolling landscape also makes each round more exciting that even the skilled golfers find it difficult to overcome. Add up the striking design that goes around the dense forests of pines and oaks as well as the vast saw grass marshes and one is off to a tough day at the greens.

Whether you have just started to golf or already skilled with swings and stances, the Palmetto Hall – Robert Cupp Course can accommodate almost any skill level. The 18 holes were designed to provide each golf enthusiast the fair test in golf as well as enhance golfing potentials to the fullest. Book with golf vacation experts now and realize an exciting golf vacation escape with family and friends.

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