Hilton Head National Golf Course

Surrounded by forests still in their pristine and natural states, the Hilton Head National Golf Course is at the heart of Hilton Head Island in the Southeastern tip of South Carolina. The course brings together the breathtaking beauty of South Carolina Lowcountry and one of the best golf vacation destinations in the country. First opened in November 1, 1989, the sprawling 3,361-yard 180-hole golf vacation favorite is designed by Gary Player on 9 holes in the back greens and 9 holes on the front greens by Bobby Weed.

Gary Player originally conceptualized the Hilton Head National Golf Course to bring out just the exact concoction of challenge and enjoyment for each golfer. This favorite golf vacation destination delivers this promise with its right mixture of tree-lined fairways and fast greens. It all takes the right amount of brains and brawn to get by those really tricky shots across the softly rolling mounds on the edges and bunkers. Golfers find this premier golf vacation spot unique because of the absence of houses around the course. It’s all golf and all seemingly endless acres and acres of virgin low-country forests.

Named as one of “America’s Best Golf Courses” by Golfweek Magazine, and USA Today’s Golf Atlas as one of the “Top Fifty Golf Courses”, this popular golfing vacation destination houses an expansive clubhouse. At 5000 square feet, the Hilton Head National Golf Course’s clubhouse has small locker room facilities, a golf shop, and a restaurant and lounge. Golf vacations here are enjoyable for both the high-ranked senior golfers and the amateurs alike because of their highly impressive practice facility. Apart from that, they also have a huge driving range and two putting/chipping greens. Hilton Head National Golf Course leaves each visiting golfer with enough difficulty to challenge a golfer’s resolve and enough enjoyment to make him keep going. Arrange with golf vacation experts now and make your dream golf vacation a reality with affordable golf vacation packages.



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