Heritage Golf Group: The Courses

Championship golf courses surrounded by natural beauty on land saturated with history make teeing off on Hilton Head an unforgettable experience. These courses are all a part of the Heritage Golf Group on Hilton Head Island. Find out more information about Heritage Golf Group and how RTX members who stay at Coral Sands Resort can get discounts at these courses here.

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The Barony Course: This course is friendly enough for novices, and is one of the oldest courses on the island. The newly resurfaced Bermuda greens are generous and protected by thick and unforgiving bunkers. Accuracy rather than length of shot is crucial here. Planter’s Row: This is the club’s newest course and has water challenges on 10 of the 18 holes. The narrow, tree-lined fairways lead up to the course’s small, undulating greens for challenging play for all skill levels. Built in 1984, this course played host to a former senior PGA tournament event. Robber’s Row: This course is on the scenic marsh side of the plantation and is a favorite of skilled players. Set on top of Civil War grounds, throughout the course historical markers, statues and relics describe significant events that happened on the land and throughout the island.
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Arthur Hills & Robert Cupp Courses: Both courses are favorites for skilled players looking for a challenge. After playing through towering pines, lush fairways and moss-draped oaks, hole 18 at the Hills course presents a challenging par 4 around a water obstacle. The Cupp course is known for being unique and innovative, with tee boxes and greens that are geometric shapes rather than rounded. Shipyard Golf Club Courses: The Clipper, Galleon and Brigantine courses here each have nine holes, with a total of 25 water hazards coming into play in nearly every hole. The original Clipper and Galleon courses create an exciting combination of long fairways and perilous hazards, while the Brigantine course winds its way around lagoons and breathtaking terrain. Oyster Reef Course: The spectacular 18-hole championship layout winds the golfer around lagoons, lush vegetation, and scenic views of the inlet to the Port Royal Sound. The signature Par 3, # 6, looks out over Port Royal Sound and is one of the most recognized and photographed golf holes on Hilton Head Island. The Rees Jones design opened in 1982.

 

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