Palmetto Dunes – Arthur Hills

Taking the advantage of South Carolina Sea Islands’ beauty, the Palmetto Dunes – Arthur Hills offers a unique golfing experience to visitors like never before. This course is a perfect combination of the topographic beauty from the low country and various elevation changes as well as rolling hills which add more challenge to the game. This golf vacation destination presents a lot of opportunities for off-balance lies and the breeze coming from the ocean tests even the finest among the golfers. Ten holes are strategically placed on water in order to further test precision and accuracy among the players.

The Palmetto Dunes – Arthur Hills also features the historic Leamington Lighthouse which was built in 1880. This lighthouse was originally known as the Hilton Head Range Light Station which helps in guiding ships into the Port Royal Sound. It is known to be one of the few lighthouses which survived over the centuries and the only one in Hilton Heads Island. This golf vacation resort renders various amenities to their guests in order to provide their ultimate golfing experience. Group outings, activities, events, and banquettes, can be held on this resort. Hosting tournaments can also be done with the aid of their PGA professionals. This resort is being rated by Fodor’s Golf Digest to 4.5 stars which plays 6,122 yards from the white tees.

Aside from the different amenities being offered by the Palmetto Dunes – Arthur Hills, competitive packages are also being rendered by the resort. These packages allow their visitors to save a lot of money if they book their tee times ahead of time. Golf vacation packages differ depending on the season, holidays, and other factors.

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