The Charleston area is the gem of South Carolina golf, and was home to its first golf course back in 1786! Strategically located halfway between Myrtle Beach and Hilton Head, this beautiful seaport and resort city has been consistently ranked as a "Top Ten" North American travel destination by both Conde' Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure magazines. The area's 19 championship courses are a big part of Charleston's charm. Charleston has played host to the 1991 Ryder Cup (the infamous "War by the Shore"), the 1997 and 2003 World Cup of Golf, the 2007 Senior PGA Championship and the LPGA's 2007 and 2008 Ginn Tribute hosted by ANNIKA. Charleston is very excited to be hosting the 2012 PGA Championship, which will be played on the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort.
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Bright Leaf is a unique golf resort that offers 27 holes of championship golf.
Bright Leaf is offering an optional all-inclusive package, which includes: UNLIMITED carts, food, and golf.
With over 20 golf courses on a 12 mile stretch, great weather, restaurants, activities galore, and even some history, why wouldn't Hilton Head Island be one of the top 10 Buddy Trip Destinations? The Lowcountry knows golf and knows it well!
The Heritage Golf Collection on Hilton Head Island features seven courses on four properties, Port Royal, Shipyard, Palmetto Hall, and Oyster Reef Golf Clubs. From the beginner golfer to the avid ones, we have a course perfect for you. From our Pete Dye redesign course on historic civil war grounds at Port Royal's Robber's Row, to one of our premier courses at Oyster Reef Golf Club, a local favorite, designed by Rees Jones with a signature Par 3 overlooking The Port Royal Sound, there is something for everyone! With multi round packages available in the collection, you can experience the different clubs without breaking the bank! Play 18 or 36, stop in at our clubhouses for a cold one and go back out for more!