4 Golf Courses to Play During Your Hilton Head Timeshare Vacation

Hilton Head is known for both its beautiful beaches, and its great golf. With over 20 courses in the immediate area, you can spend many happy hours with a golf club in your hand when you plan a Hilon Head timeshare vacation.

Yes, of course you want to play Harbor Town Golf Links, where the pros play, (see: Plan a Hilton Head Timeshare Vacation and Play Where the Pros Play) but let’s look at four other Hilton Head golf courses you should add to your ‘must play’ list:

Old South Golf Links

Located just across the bridge in Bluffington, Old South Golf Links is built on the fringes of the marshlands surrounding Hilton Head Island. Playing 6772 yards from the tour tees, this course is a true links design. The best playing tip for this course might be to consider your club selection carefully. The proximity to the marshland tends to make this soil rather spongy, meaning that the first club you pull out of your bag may not be the best choice.

Arthur Hills Course at Palmetto Dunes Resort

Water, water everywhere! The Arthur Hills course at Palmetto Dunes Resort is 6651 yards of challenge. Relax and enjoy as your play this course, you will understand it better the more times you play there. And repeated rounds of golf on this Arthur Hills course will make you better prepared for anticipating the hidden hazards of this course, surprises you just won’t be expecting.

The Arthur Hills course at Palmetto Dunes Resort, a meticulously maintained course, was selected as the 2009 South Carolina Course of the Year by the Lowcountry Golf Course Owners Association.

Heron Point course at Sea Pines Resort

Heron Point at Sea Pines Resort is a contemporary Pete Dye design. This course calls for visualizing your shots and utilizing your best course management. But like many Pete Dye designs, Heron Point offers you options. Play it safe or take a risk… the choice is up to you.

Look for dramatic angles and shifting elevations on this 7,103-yard layout.

Oyster Reef Golf Club

The Oyster Reef Golf Club is a true, old South course. If you have heard off-putting things about playing conditions, relax, this course has come back strong.

In 2000, after a failed attempt to swap out the grass there, Oyster Reef was passed from owner to owner, and for a while, showed real signs of wear and tear. But those days are in the past. Playing at over 7,000 yards with a 139-slope rating from the tips, Oyster Reef is considered one of the most pleasurable courses to play at Hilton Head.

This course was named by the Low Country Golf Course Owners Association as the “2006 Golf Club of the Year” and has been named as one of the “Top 75 U.S. Golf Resorts” by Golf Digest.

Hilton Head Timeshare Resales and Rentals

Marriott’s Heritage Club timeshare resales and rentals. Okay, that takes care of where you will play on your Hilton Head Island vacation, but where will you stay? Hilton Head timeshares offer great opportunities in timeshare resales and timeshare rentals. One great answer is to simply think Marriott.

Marriott offers EIGHT Hilton Head Island timeshares on or near the island, including Marriott’s Barony Beach Club Timeshare; Marriott’s Grande Ocean Timeshare; Marriott’s Harbour Club At Harbour Town Timeshare; Marriott’s Harbour Point Timeshare; Marriott’s Heritage Club Timeshare; Marriott’s Monarch At Sea Pines Timeshare; Marriott’s Sunset Pointe Timeshare and Marriott’s SurfWatch Timeshare.

Tee it up. Your options don’t get better than this.