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5 Things You Need To Know

1. Kiawah Is Right Near Charleston
Some travelers think Kiawah Island is an entity unto itself, but it’s really right near Charleston, SC. A great trip is to enjoy some golf on Kiawah, then drive over to Charleston and check out one of the most beautiful and historic cities in America.

2. The Golden Isles
Off the coast of Georgia there are a group of four barrier islands that make up the famed Golden Isles. Of the four, Jekyll Island, Sea Island and St. Simons Island are the ones you want to visit to play golf, as the fourth, Little St. Simons Island, is more or less private.

3. The Georgia Coast Is A True Golf Destination, Really
The Georgia Coast is more than 100 miles long and has a tremendous number of attractions and activities for the entire family to enjoy, as well as a ton of great golf courses. If you’ve never visited this part of the country, it’s time to plan a trip.

4. Hilton Head’s Got A Lot Of Courses
Hilton Head is obviously best-known for Harbour Town, but Harbour Town is actually part of Sea Pines Resort. The Hilton Head area has more than 30 golf courses to choose from, most of which are pretty darn good.

5. The South Is Charming
We’ve all heard this cliché, but believe it or not, it’s actually true. Even if you’re not a hard-core golfer, the people, food and natural beauty make it a worthwhile destination.

Top 10 Places To Play
Ocean Course
Site of the 1991 Ryder Cup, the “War by the Shore.”
www.kiawahresort.com
Wild Dunes Links Course
Interesting Tom Fazio design with magnificent seaside 18th.
www.wilddunes.com

Harbour Town
Site of the Verizon Heritage on the PGA Tour. The lighthouse behind the 18th is a classic.
www.seapines.com

Country Club of Hilton Head
Rees Jones designed a low-profile gem in the Low Country.
www.hiltonheadclub.com
Turtle Point
A Jack Nicklaus Design that has hosted the Carolinas’ amateur.
www.kiawahresort.com
Sea Island G.C, Seaside Course
Bobby Jones played here on the original Colt/Allison design.
www.seaisland.com

Jekyll Island Golf Club, Oleander Course
The original course on Jekyll Island. Lots of water hazards.
www.jekyllisland.com
Jekyll Island Golf Club, Great Dunes Course
Designed by the legendary Walter Travis. This historic track plays around sand dunes.
www.jekyllisland.com

The Hampton Club
A striking 18-hole layout that crisscrosses several marshes.
www.hamptonclub.com

Sea Palms Resort
Features 27 remodeled holes, each nine with a unique flavor. Great mix of challenge and fun.
www.seapalmsresort.com




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