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Natural by Design.
The natural beauty of Hilton Head Island has lent itself remarkably to a collection of visually stunning golf courses. The island’s indigenous plants, trees, grasses and wildlife have been seamlessly incorporated into the designs of courses known the world over. Among the more iconic examples is the Pete Dye-designed Harbour Town Golf Links, home of the PGA's Heritage Golf Tournament.



Golfing in harmony with nature.
Greenville's newly renamed Preserve at Verdae recently underwent $3 million in eco-friendly renovations that employed green practices while creating an improved golfing experience. By allowing more of the natural vegetation to flourish, the redesign significantly reduces the need to maintain and chemically treat much of the course while enhancing the overall visual appeal. Click here to learn more.



One with Nature.
Cheraw State Park Golf Course is a proud member of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. This distinction is awarded to a select group of environmentally conscious golf courses. The Cheraw State Park course lets nature take center stage as it winds its way through a dense forest of stoic pines while flirting with the pristine shores of Lake Juniper. The result is a golf experience that is as picturesque as it is challenging. To learn more, click here.

$111 per night
Experience the South Carolina lowcountry this fall at Fripp Island Golf & Beach Resort. For only $111 per person per day, you get 18 holes of golf on two of South Carolina's top ranked most scenic golf courses along with nightly accommodations and more. Come see what makes Fripp so spectacular.

Charleston & Resort Islands Golf
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