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Arthur Hills Golf Course at Palmetto Hall

A Testament to Perfection!

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You should set your GPS for Arthur Hills Golf Course at Palmetto Hall if you want to try your skills on one of the finest of Hilton Head golf courses.

This is one of the more mature settings in the Low Country area but it has recently been updated to make sure that it continues to be one of the more challenging and exciting places to play. Of Hilton Head Golf courses this one has the grace and elegance that are rarely encountered today.

When the Arthur Hills Golf Course at Palmetto Hall first debuted in 1991 this par 72 layout was a success by anyone’s standards. The local golfing community gave it rave reviews and even Golf Digest Magazine included this Hilton Head golf course as one of their selections for America’s Top 10 New Courses.

This Hilton Head location has earned a rating of 4 stars by Golf Digest and has been named as one of their “Best Places to Play” in 2008 and 2009. The putting surfaces that are now present were part of a major 2005 renovation that has increased the playability factors at this Low Country classic.

The Hills Hilton Head Island golf course is famous for the way the holes gracefully flow from one to the other in a truly natural setting. There is a signature 18th hole that was chosen by WTOC as one of the Low Country’s top 18 holes to play in 2008 and 2009. This par 4 feature offers Hilton Head golfers a unique and challenging way to end a round at Palmetto Hall Plantation.

The fairways are edged by tall oaks and gently swaying pines and the greens are very well protected by an assortment of very strategically placed bunkers. Large lakes are scattered throughout the Arthur Hills Golf Course and water hazards add additional excitement along the way.

There are two golf courses available at Palmetto Hall Plantation and both the Arthur Hills and Robert Cupp locations are extremely well maintained throughout the year. Many visitors are surprised by the heavily wooded surroundings that add a unique charm to the course.

This site is an official Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary and the management is committed to protecting the natural surroundings and native wildlife. The Arthur Hills Hilton Head Island golf course might be one of your best chances to catch a glimpse of one of the Low Country gators basking near the water.

The Southern style Clubhouse is elegant and inviting and gives players a much-needed break between or after their rounds of golf. This building covers 14,000 square feet and houses a pro shop and restaurant where meals and snacks are available. There are carts and equipment that you can rent, but it is best to reserve these ahead of time.

If you are looking to lock in a couple of fast rounds then the early morning hours are probably going to be your best bet. The tee times fill up quickly and the play can slow considerable by mid morning. This holds true for most Hilton Head golf courses.

Arthur Hills Golf Course at Palmetto Hall Statistics

Championship 72 6918 140 74.00
Middle 72 6582 134 71.80
Forward 72 4956 119 68.60
Other 72 6257 128 70.60

Green Fees Under $50 $50 to $100 $100 to $250 Over $250
Weekdays $$
Weekend $$

Holes 18
Architect Arthur Hills
Public/Private Semi-Private
Credit Cards VISA, Mastercard, Amex
Driving Range Yes
Rental Clubs Yes
Pro In House Yes

Contact Information:

Arthur Hills Golf Course at Palmetto Hall
108 Ft. Howell Drive
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

Visit Arthur Hills at Palmetto Hall website.

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