Palmetto Hall- Arthur Hills

Given the finest characteristics of an ideal golf course, it is not at all surprising that Palmetto Hall – Arthur Hills was instantly named a classic by the Golf Digest Magazine.The course has since been cited as one of the “Best Places to Play” in 2008-09.

Created by the legendary Ohio-born designer Arthur Hills and opened for play in March 1991, this picturesque 18 hole masterpiece is heavily wooded with towering pines and moss-draped oaks that roll past crystalline lakes. Like other signature Hills creations, Palmetto Hall- Arthur Hills is fully integrated into the natural landscape. The par-72, 6918-yard course is strategically positioned across naturally rolling curves and features well manicured greens edged with bunkers to create more interesting games for golf enthusiasts.

Nestled quaintly in Hilton Head, South Carolina and favored with mild climate and sunny skies, Arthur Hills at Palmetto Hall is popular among golf enthusiasts for its remarkably challenging 18th hole that is bordered by a large lake. The par-4 18th hole was cited as one of the 2008-09’s top 18 holes in the Low Country by WTOC News. Although notorious for its difficult courses, this South Carolina golf vacation destination features four different teeing areas to provide every golfer a challenging, golfing experience.

A wide selection of golf vacation packages is available for both beginners and skilled golf enthusiasts. This premier golf destination also offer special packages for families and friends who are looking for a refreshing getaway in a picturesque golf resort villa. These packages provide golfers with access to all resort activities and amenities. This way, golf fanatics enjoys Palmetto Hall-Arthur Hills luxurious 14,000 square foot clubhouse, fully stocked golf shop, clubhouse dining facilities, and practice facility. Avail one of these golf vacation packages now and enjoy a perfect getaway in an ideal golf holiday destination.


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