Country Club of Hilton Head

Country Club of Hilton Head Golf

 

Country Club of Hilton Head, 70 Skull Creek Rd., Hilton Head, SC 29926

Country Club of Hilton Head Golf Hole

4 golfers play for the price of 3

To go back click Hilton Head Golf Course Directory

Directions from I-95

MAP

Exit I-95 at exit 8 for US 278 toward Hilton Head Island.  Travel approximately 15 miles, crossing the bridge over the May River onto HHI.  One mile after the bridge, turn left at the first traffic light (Squire Pope Rd.). Proceed another mile to the gate house, receive your entry pass, and bear left on Seabrook to the second left turn, Skull Creek Rd. Club is 1/4 mile on the right.

Tee Times

Pro shop & tee times: 843-681-2582

General Policies

Proper golf attire such as collared shirts, no denim, and non-metal (soft) spikes are required.

Facilities

Full service pro shop including club fitting. Complete tournament and outing services available ( Call 843-681-4653)

Club rentals (Cobra & Titleist) available.  Men's and women's locker rooms.  Annual bag storage.

Practice

The practice complex includes a driving range, bunker practice & chipping area, and 2 large putting greens. 

Instruction available from 3 PGA Class A pros.

Statistics Rating/Slope

 Gold  6919 yards - 73.8 / 134,   Blue  6543 yards - 71.9 / 129, 

 White 6162 yards - 70.6 / 123,   Green 5658 yards - (M) 68.1 / 118  (W)  72.0 / 126

 Red 5373 yards - 71.3 / 123

Personnel

Architect: Rees Jones (1986)                    Director of Golf & Gen. Mgr: Richard Beetle

Head Professional,  Gary Otto (PGA)       Director of Instruction, Jeff Picus (PGA)    Teaching Professional, Jim Prusia (PGA)

Comments - This Rees Jones designed Country Club of Hilton Head meanders through lowcountry marshland and pine forests along the Intracoastal Waterway.  This Country Club of Hilton Head hosted US Open Qualifying and several amateur competitions. Sixteen holes have some water feature, and while the par 3 14th hole is exciting with a 140 yard carry over a pond, the signature 12th hole is not only set on the highest point on Hilton Head Island but is framed by the Intracoastal Waterway.  A stout par 5 hole that requires three good shots to the green that is guarded by a large tree, 4 bunkers, and a carry over a wetland area if you stray too far to the left of the approach area.

 

Located at the northern end of the main resort area of Hilton Head Island yet close to all that there is available, the Country Club of Hilton Head has been a favorite since it opened. To visit the sister course click Golden Bear at Indigo Run

To go back click Hilton Head Golf Course Directory

 

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