Published on : Saturday, April 8, 2017
The Heritage Golf Group’s unlimited golf package starts at $150 (per person, per night) and features four nights’ accommodations at the Hampton Inn on Hilton Head Island, golf on its five courses and daily breakfast.
A two-round, two-night getaway is available for $195 (per person, per night) and includes lodging at the luxurious Westin Resort & Spa and two rounds of golf. Both packages come with free range balls and VIP Discount Cards.
Beginning April 22, golfers can play all three award-winning courses at Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort with the “Spring Stay & Play” package. Starting at $235 (per person, per night based on quadruple occupancy), it includes three nights’ accommodations in a two-bedroom, resort-view villa, three rounds of golf with complimentary replays, a $50 Palmetto Dunes Resort gift card and pro shop and dining discounts.
The Sea Pines Resort‘s “Villa Golf Package” presents guests with a world-class golf experience and lodging in a private, fully-equipped villa. Starting at $244 (per person, per night based on quadruple occupancy), it includes three nights’ accommodations, rounds on Harbour Town Golf Links, Heron Point by Pete Dye and Atlantic Dunes by Davis Love III (complimentary replays on the latter two), range balls, special discounts on activities and more.
Old South Golf Links in Bluffton is offering two popular packages that include rounds on a selection of local courses. The “Par 3” package is $499 and includes two nights’ accommodations with breakfast each morning, one round on Old South Golf Links and two rounds on The Country Club of Hilton Head, Oyster Reef Golf Club, Hampton Hall Golf Club or Palmetto Dunes’ Arthur Hills or George Fazio courses. The “Par 4” package for $699 adds another night and round of golf with the inclusion of Palmetto Dunes’ Robert Trent Jones course.
At the nearby Fripp Island Resort, the “Spring Stay & Play” package starts at $125 (based on double occupancy and eight or more golfers) and includes nightly accommodations, daily round with cart on the Ocean Creek or Ocean Point courses, complimentary replays and range balls.
“Spring is an ideal time to visit Hilton Head Island,” says Cary Corbitt, President of the Lowcountry Golf Course Owners Association. “Our collection of award-winning courses and packages to suit any budget and group size make it easier than ever to plan an unforgettable trip to ‘Golf Island.’”
Offering unbeatable value, courses for players of all abilities, pleasant year-round weather and direct flights from more than 20 major cities, Hilton Head Island is one of the world’s premier golf destinations. In addition to being named the “No. 1 Island in the Continental U.S.” by Travel + Leisure magazine readers, Hilton Head has also received accolades from Golfweek, Golf Channel’s Golf Advisor and the South Carolina Golf Course Rating Panel.