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  • Arthur Hills

    The people at the Heritage Collection on Hilton Head Island, who bring you more Island golf than anyone- 7 very different courses with 135 exciting holes are celebrating those differences in the revitalization of their on-and off-course experiences. They’re out to make golf more interesting, more challenging, and absolutely more fun than ever before.

    Palmetto Hall Golf Club features 36 holes of private-club-style golf on two recently re-grassed layouts that therefore are in immaculate condition. Visitor play and member play on the Robert Cupp and Arthur Hills courses alternates daily, so the opportunity to be challenged by two courses as different as their 18th holes (each a testy par-4, but one a dogleg right over water, the other a dogleg left over a different hazard). Complementary practice balls are meant to be used on one of the most complete practice centers on the Island. How good are the courses? The E-Golf Tour, one of the most demanding developmental tours in pro golf, has played its season-opener at Palmetto Hall for the past six years.

    Hilton Head Island’s Civil War history is honored through the naming of Baird’s Pub in the Palmetto Hall Clubhouse. Camp Baird sat on what is now the 13th and 14th holes of the Arthur Hills Course, established by African-American soldiers fighting for the Union in 1864 to ward off potential Confederate attacks while building Fort Howell- which is now part of Port Royal Golf Club’s courses.

    The residential community of Palmetto Hall offers a pair of courses that, hole for hole, are as good as it gets on Hilton Head Island, or anywhere else for that matter. The Arthur Hills Course at Palmetto Hall, built on an old Civil War garrison, is a subtle gem that requires careful thought and club selection on nearly every swing. Conversely, the challenge of Palmetto Hall’s Robert Cupp Course is more “in-your-face,” and its unique design elements make it one of the most memorable experiences in the Lowcountry. As part of Heritage Golf’s outstanding island collection, the Arthur Hills and Robert Cupp courses have both been rated among Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play,” yet another reason why Palmetto Hall is a requisite stop on anyone’s Hilton Head golf itinerary.


    Architect: Robert Cupp
      Yards Par Rating Slope
    Gold 6918 71 74.1 142
    Blue 6682 71 72.5 133
    White 6257 71 72.5 133
    Forward 5006 71 70.3 119


    Architect: Arthur Hills
      Yards Par Rating Slope
    Gold 6918 71 74.1 142
    Blue 6682 71 72.5 133
    White 6257 71 72.5 133
    Forward 5006 71 70.3 119
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    42 New Orleans Road, Suite 102
    Hilton Head, SC 29928